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Commissioners discuss temporary fix to courthouse air conditioning issues
The Board of Stephens County Commissioners held an emergency meeting Thursday to find a temporary solution for cooling off the courthouse, until a new system can be installed. Commissioners approved a temporary solution from Allied Services in Ardmore and will rent an air conditioning unit for $10,000 for the first month and $7,000 for the second month. The commissioners estimate it will take about two months for any company to get a new Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning system in stock.
- DPS administrators discuss inclement weather procedures
- Substitute teacher saves special education students from tornado
- A celebration of faith and unity
- Velma native runs only to discover home annihilated
- Commissioners discuss temporary fix to courthouse air conditioning issues
Katrina Elam shares background on AI’s Kree’s new single 'All Cried Out'
Moments after American Idol 2013 season 12’s Kree Harrison finished performing her new single, “All Cried Out” during the finale show Thursday, a former Bray resident let her friends know just how proud she was of the moment.
- Heartbeat Studio concludes season with princess theme
- Taking careers to the classrooms
- Katrina Elam shares background on AI’s Kree’s new single 'All Cried Out'
Comanche’s superintendent submitting resignation to help save teachers jobs
All across the state, teachers and administrators are taking measures to keep their schools afloat after the deep cut in educational funding.
- State budget cuts push educators into early retirement
- Braught receives Crossman Award
- Comanche’s superintendent submitting resignation to help save teachers jobs
Despite disaster, ‘home’ causes people to stay
If you can’t remember where you’ve placed sticky notes, they can’t serve their intended purpose of substituting for your memory. Oh, wait, I found them:
Saving lives now a good idea
Oklahoma lawmakers, ending the 2013 legislative session a week earlier than required, passed unanimously a bill that allocates $45 million from the state’s Rainy Day Fund to help communities recover from last week’s horrific tornado damage.
- Despite disaster, ‘home’ causes people to stay