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Repurposing of Kirkland Field begins with demolition

The first step of repurposing old Kirkland Field into a new sports complex continued Tuesday with demolition of the football stadium.

Tiger girls named regional host, boys heading to PC North

Broken Arrow's girls basketball team will take the top seed on into the Class 6A regionals.

Volunteers make plastic mats for homeless

Anyone wandering into a certain classroom at the BA Senior Center last Thursday would have been amazed to find over a dozen enthusiastic ladies and an ocean of plastic bags. Chatter was abundant and happy as scissors clipped, hands folded and refolded pieces of plastic, and fat crochet needles set to work.


Sand Springs, Broken Arrow favored in 6A Dual State

Broken Arrow, ranked No. 2 overall, competes in a field with No. 1 Sand Springs, Union and Jenks representing the east side. Choctaw, No. 3 overall, Edmond North, Westmoore and Yukon qualified from the west side.

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Blood drive, pancake breakfast coming up at St. Stephens

St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church of Broken Arrow and Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) invite all area residents to take the Blood Donor Challenge Saturday, Feb. 20. Blood given with OBI will save the lives of patients in area hospitals including Saint Francis Health System.

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Milner-Casanova Mr. and Mrs. Bill Milner of Broken Arrow announce the engagement of their daughter, Melinda K. Milner, to Joseph A. Casanova, Jr., both of Irving, Texas. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Joseph and Hope Casanova of San Antonio, Texas. Ms. Milner graduated from the University of Alabama and is currently a business owner and consultant in Irving, Texas. Mr. Casanova is currently employed at V.E.R. in Irving, Texas. The wedding is planned for March, 2016 in Albert, Texas.

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I gave the bell my best

Growing up in a small town, Harrisonville, Missouri, I never saw a bell ringer, but I heard a lot about the Salvation Army, primarily from soldiers, sailors and flood victims. They were caregivers and in addition, givers in general. They seemed to be everywhere there was a need.

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