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Velma teens Brodie Williams, left, and Tyler Ray took home a team roping victory from the Heart of Oklahoma Youth Rodeo Association.
Gawkers and gearheads gather for car show on Main Street
- Christians Concerned to distribute Easter baskets
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- Gawkers and gearheads gather for car show on Main Street
Demons hoping for top-four finish
The Duncan baseball team will need to take care of business next week in its final District 2-5A games.
The Demons are 7-5 in district (16-9 overall) after dropping both games of a doubleheader at Carl Albert Monday, 8-1 and 4-1. The Titans (13-1, 26-4) won the district title.
- Girls soccer gets it done at Altus
- Meshell shines as Outlaws beat Warriors
- Demons hoping for top-four finish
Governor, state Legislature have misplaced priorities
Self government key to keeping politicians in check
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that federal campaign laws that limit the total amount of money donors can give to political parties, committees and candidates for federal office (U.S. House, Senate, and President) was unconstitutional. The ruling will not increase the current $2,600 limit on how much a donor can give to a federal candidate in each primary and general election or the $32,400 limit that can go to a national party committee. Those limits are still in place. The ruling will instead remove the limit on how many candidates/committees to which a donor can contribute.
- Governor, state Legislature have misplaced priorities