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Christina Pohocsucut, Josh Ford and Jan Lynn chat during the EMS Week appreciation lunch Wednesday afternoon at Duncan Regional Hospital.
National EMS Week shines spotlight on rescue workers
The Air Evac helicopter was sitting on the helipad at Duncan Regional Hospital Wednesday, but not for emergency reasons.
National EMS Week, May 19-25, is about connecting with the community and the Air Evac Lifeteam was doing just that.
“Every base we have is doing something like this during the week,” said Heather Taylor, Air Evac program director. “We want to show appreciation to our community.”
- Restaurant rumors remain on the hot plate
- DMS plants a tree for custodian
- List of Moore deceased released
- Will Rogers graduates pre-k students
- National EMS Week shines spotlight on rescue workers
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'
Territory to host fifth annual CECF Summer Classic
At an upcoming tournament at the Territory, golfers will have the chance to enjoy 18 holes on the course while also getting the opportunity to give back away from it.
- Marlow to honor its longtime coach Carter with 5K Run
- Duncan’s Speed Demon
- Territory to host fifth annual CECF Summer Classic
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
Is it ‘coincidence’ the OCE has no teeth?
Since I spend most of my working hours in offices in Duncan and Waurika, it’s nice both communities now have recycling programs so I can deposit the sticky notes that serve as my memory.
Name new complex for Barnes
Duncan High School’s new tennis complex, looking sharp in its blue and green U.S. Open color scheme, is drawing high praise for its quality and team impact.
- Is it ‘coincidence’ the OCE has no teeth?