Crossman Award presentation today
Today, one of five nominated senior students at Duncan High School will be named the Crossman recipient. The awards event is scheduled for 12:45 at the DHS auditorium.
Cameron University School of Business Building to be named Cynthia S. Ross Hall
The Cameron University School of Business Building will be re-named Cynthia S. Ross Hall, following approval Friday, by the University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents. Regent Richard R. Dunning, Chairman, requested the name change in recognition of the extraordinary contributions made by Cameron President Cindy Ross over the past 11 years.
Classmates remembered at B-D graduation
For the Bray-Doyle Class of 2013, commencement Friday was an opportunity to honor the memory of two classmates whose lives were cut short before reaching graduation.
Emerson third graders learn Oklahoma land run history
When state education standards change from PASS Objectives to Common Core, several things will be impacted, including the mock land runs performed at several Duncan elementary schools.
V-A to consider employment contracts
Several employment positions will be voted on during the Velma-Alma Board of Education’s regular meeting Monday.
McArthur to lead Cameron University
On Friday, Dr. John McArthur was named Cameron University’s 17th president, effective July 1, 2013. He is replacing Dr. Cindy Ross, who earlier this year, announced her intention to retire this summer.
Area graduations begin today
Area graduations begin today with Bray-Doyle's Class of 2013 seniors, who will have commencement at 8 p.m. Also, Cameron University students will graduate at 7:30 and the commencement ceremony will be available via live stream on the Internet.
Empire FFA banquet today
The Empire High School FFA Chapter will hold its annual FFA banquet at 7 p.m. today, in the school cafetorium.
Mark Twain students get easy lesson in recycling
Mark Twain students learned the ins and outs of recycling.
Land Run Day makes Oklahoma history interactive
There was a rumble of wagon wheels, cries of excitement and the stirring of dust when students from three Duncan elementaries reenacted one of Oklahoma’s most famous events.
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