Pauls Valley, Oklahoma —
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Beginning the long cleanup process at the former Honest Bus Pawn Shop, Zac Brumley takes more charred wood to a nearby large dumpster for disposal with plans to revitalize the spot with the community in mind.
Honest Bus cleanup begins
A process that has come with years of uncertainty and a recent increase in voiced public concern has finally found a way to move forward as new ownership is taking over Pauls Valley’s former Honest Bus Pawn Shop.
- Triple whammy with chamber honors
- Storms spur calls for Red Cross volunteers
- Honest Bus cleanup begins
A student winds up for a swing during a tennis camp this week at the Pauls Valley courts. Students from PV, Ardmore and Western Heights took part in the camp conducted by OSU tennis coach Chris Young.
Jerry Glenn Roady
Jerry Glenn Roady, 60, of Pryor passed away Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in Tulsa, Okla. He was born Aug. 19, 1952.
Wanda Virginia ‘Pie’ Case
Wanda Case of Loco, Oklahoma was born to Elmer O. Taylor and Josie I. (Ridgell) Taylor on May 6, 1926 in Duncan, Okla., and passed from this life on June 3, 2013 at her home at the age of 87 years.
Helen Sue Impson
Helen Sue Impson, 83, of Wynnewood, a former school teacher, was born Nov. 12, 1929 and passed away May 29, 2013.
James Onial Watson
James Onial Watson of Elmore City, Oklahoma was born to Kenneth Watson and Letha D. (McNeill) Smith on April 15, 1944 in Wynewood, Oklahoma and passed from this life on June 1, 2013 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma at the age of 69 years.
- Jerry Glenn Roady
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Moore city budget likely to change
The Moore City Council approved an $89.7 million budget with no fund balance used and no public comments, but most of the discussion at Monday night’s city council meeting focused on tornado response and recovery.
Gov. signs measure to limit state bond debt
House Speaker T.W. Shannon and Sen. Josh Brecheen’s measure to limit bond indebtedness has been signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin....
- Moore city budget likely to change
Sales of underground storm shelters increase
Until recently, the staff at GroundSafe Shelters had to explain the details of underground storm shelters to customers. But that’s not the case anymore....
- Pryor goes wireless
- Warren Theatre reopening today
- Expanding: Koch investing $1 billion in Enid
- U.S. Hay production low
- Sales of underground storm shelters increase