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Cleveland police say they had to seize 15 dogs from a city residence late Tuesday night. 

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 A Cleveland man accused of burglarizing Hillcrest Pharmacy will not be granted a reduction of his bond amount, District Judge Kelly Greenough ruled last week.

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 As reported in last week’s edition, the Office of the Attorney General has dismissed the case against a sitting judge and his bailiff. Associate District Judge Patrick Pickerill was alleged to have engaged in a conspiracy with his associate to create a drug court system in Pawnee County by …

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 It’s back-to-school time and for Barbara Walker Abbott, that means returning to her Alma Mater to do one of her favorite things — play the piano.

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 Gregory Yoast of Cleveland, Okla., recently began his journey to earn a DVM degree from Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. Yoast is one of 106 students in the class of 2021 and the son of Douglas Yoast of Springfield, Mo., and Virginia Yoast of Mannford, Okla.

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 Before Tiffany Windholz and Corbin Sizemore head off to college, Bob Hurley Ford’s Scott Rusher offered them congratulations as the first winners of the CPIE/Bob Hurley Scholarship — $500 each. Both students are 2017 Cleveland High School graduates. CPIE, Cleveland Partners In Education, wo…

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The Tigers ended their Cross Country season with one runner competing at State.  Elizabeth Maker competed at the 4A Cross Country State Championship in Shawnee on Saturday.  She competed in a 2-mile race and placed 66 out of 159 female 4A runners, with a time of 14:10.

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I like to consider myself a patriotic person. I appreciate our country and the freedom it offers. I respect the men and women whose courage has made freedom not a dream, but a reality; whose sacrifice has made democracy not a concept, but away of life; and whose spirit and dedication have ma…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I enjoy seeing the use of pink get more creative each year to serve as a reminder of the importance of being aware.  I’ve printed this column a number of times before, but feel that it is always a reality-check during this month of awareness, and …

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 Following Sunday evening’s Community Thanksgiving Worship Service, a cinnamon roll reception was held in First Christian Church’s fellowship hall, allowing members from various local churches a time to “unite” and visit. Preaching at the service was FCC minister David Logsdon, who was subbi…

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Troy and Holly Rhoads of Cleveland are excited to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, MacKenzie Rhoads to Jamon Davison.

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Norman Wayne Spencer, of Jennings, Okla., passed away on Saturday, November 4, 2017, at age 87.

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Cecilia Joyce (Gomez) Bias of Yale, Okla. passed away on Wednesday November 8, 2017 at 4:30 p.m.  She died at the age of 67 in Tulsa, Okla. at Saint John’s Hospital from a hemorrhagic stroke.  

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Norma Jean Ingle, 74, of Cleveland, Okla., went to be with her Lord and Saviour peacefully in her daughter’s arms Friday, November 10, 2017, in Tulsa, Okla.