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Special Olympians to hold annual Spring Fling Fundraiser

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It’s one of the most anticipated fundraisers of the year and tickets are now available for your chance to win prizes ranging from a storm shelter to $2,000 bucks. Read more…

American Legion Post 58: Building Our Future Leaders

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“The American Legion sponsored Boys State and Girls State programs provide an environment to nurture leadership skills in many young men and women each year,” Boy/Girl State Coordinator Bill Wagoner said for American Legion Lebron Post 58 in Guthrie.  Read more…

The May 23rd vote that changed everything, Part 2

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Last week I wrote about the decade of debt during which Oklahoma lawmakers went on a debt-fueled spending spree which increased the average state debt per person from $95 to $694. This happened because of a terrible 1998 court decision allowing lawmakers to issue bonds without a vote of the people. Oklahoma lawmakers jumped at the chance and didn’t stop spending money until a May 23, 2012 vote which changed everything. Read more…

Ask Anna: Why do we need to anesthetize patients for dental cleanings?

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As the end of National Dental Health Month draws to a near I want to discuss a controversial issue.  Why do we need to anesthetize patients for dental cleanings?  There is a group of individuals that exploit fears of anesthesia and are promoting anesthesia free dentistry.  In actuality, performing a dental cleaning without anesthesia is not effective and also potentially dangerous. Read more…

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Chamber Chat: public forum, spaghetti feed and Pollard Theater

February 25, 2013 Leave a comment

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The Logan County Democratic Women’s Club will meet Friday, March 1st. Business will include presentation of the two candidates running for the Ward I seat, Matthis Hathorne and John Wood. The public is welcome to attend; meeting begins at 7p.m. in the fellowship hall of Trinity Episcopal Church. Read more…

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