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By Jane Glenn Cannon Staff Writer email@example.comNORMAN — Between the two of them, Rhonda Hall and Carol Jones have logged 69 years of service to the people of Cleveland County behind the counters of the court clerk's office.
Hall began as a file clerk in October 1981, discovered she really liked the job, got promoted to deputy court clerk and 15 years ago ran for election to the post of court clerk.
By Rachel Williams Durham For The OklahomanIn recent elections, Positive Tomorrows added Steve Foskin, CrossFirst Bank; Jamie Herrera, Oklahoma Department of Commerce; and Kirby Price, Heritage Feeders, to its board of directors.
Todd Lechtenberger, First Med Urgent Care, was elected president; Andre Caldwell, Crowe and Dunlevy, was elected vice chairman; Nikki Edwards, Phillips Murrah, was elected secretary; and H.
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Young Democrats Allyson Kelton, of Mustang, and Parker Strubhar, of Piedmont, are the 2016 winners of $500 scholarships awarded by the Canadian County Democrats.
The scholarships are named in honor of the late county vice chairman Robert “Bob” Burton, who encouraged young Democrats to become active in the party, according to a news release.
Kelton is a sophomore studying biomedical engineering at the University of Oklahoma.
She is active in mission work with the United Methodist Church of the Good Shepherd in Yukon and participates in service projects as a member of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
Voted “most likely to succeed” by his Piedmont High School classmates, Strubhar participated in many school activities.
He is now an OU sophomore pursuing a degree in linguistics.
By Bill Kramer For The OklahomanEL RENO — For the second time in three years, Canadian Valley Technology Center Superintendent Greg Winters has been named District 20 Oklahoma Association of School Administrators superintendent of the year.
Also, Bill Bradley was honored as District 20 assistant superintendent of the year.
By Eriech Tapia Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgGiving an account of how he is still alive after receiving almost 80 units of blood after being shot, an Oklahoma man joined others in calling for donors to support the cause that saved his life.
“If they don't give blood, then people like me would be dead,” said Ty Kiser, 20, of Sulphur.