Bringing characters to life through sculpture
Danielle Francis said one of her favorite cartoon shows is “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”After attending this week’s Sculpture: The Original 3D summer camp at Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, she won’t have to wait until Saturday mornings to see one of her favorite characters.
Students at the Chisholm Trail Arts Council’s Arts Explosion have spent this week learning how to make “glass” flowers by recycling plastic bottles.
Kitsmiller keeps kids stitching at CTHC’s crochet camp
Kaylee Foster, 9, of Duncan, was apprehensive about taking a crochet class.
“I’ve never crocheted before and it’s very fun,” she said. “At first, I thought it would be boring but as I got into it, I thought it was cool.”
Empire High School reunion
Empire High School will have a multi-class reunion for the classes of 1979-84, from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, July 6, at the Duncan Golf and Tennis Club.
Moms go bald to help battle childhood cancer
Each day on average, 46 families are told their child has cancer and in 2006, Shawna Weis received that news.
Weis’ daughter Jocilyn was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a brain cancer, at the age of five. After five brain surgeries, several weeks of radiation and 14 months of chemotherapy, Jocilyn has been in remission for six years.
Chisholm Trail Municipal Band to warm up for summer season
Keeping the music going for summer, the Chisholm Trail Municipal Band is looking for participants for its performance season.
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
Four seniors are among the 57 dancers with Heartbeat Dance Studio from throughout Stephens County who participated in their annual recital Sunday.
Taking careers to the classrooms
Recognizing the need for students to learn about the variety of careers offered, several area professionals visited school classrooms Thursday as part of Career Day.
Duncan’s Laura Leighe finding fun with newest EP release
For those looking for some upbeat music, look no further than The Laura Leighe EP which was released in January after a year of work for this Duncan native who now lives in Edmond.
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