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from Dec. 1 through Dec. 21.


a leader among his peers and an
we should have it back by the
a 2009 Dodge Charger, and to
We will have boxes for
excellent
addition
to
our
team.
end
of
this
week.
purchase
a
brand
new
Ford
SUV
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donations set up at City Hall,
The City Council also voted to We look forward to working
police vehicle that comes fully
the bank and the Dollar General
with Dustin here at the depart
approve the hiring of a full-time
equipped for the department for
store, Hau said.
ment.
police officer for the department.
a cost of $31,483.08.

Students utilizing technology

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Union City High School students use Chromebooks int he classroom. The school is utilizing a grant it received from the Oklahoma Educational
Technology Trust.

Union City High School receives $65K tech grant


Students and teachers at
Union City High School will
experience learning in new
and innovative ways thanks
to a $40,000 grant to purchase
new technology equipment and
professional development for
teachers valued over $25,000

from the Oklahoma Educational


Technology Trust.
Established in 2001 by a
$30 million contribution from
AT&T Oklahoma to Oklahoma
public schools as a result of an
agreement between then Attor
ney General, Drew Edmondson

the
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Friday

and AT&T Oklahoma, the Trust


has since distributed over $16
million to 207 schools. The
professional development that
is provided with the grant has
reached over 5,000 teachers and
impacted over 75,000 students.
Students and teachers will

The Gary E. Miller Canadian Coun


ty Children's Justice Center has
received a .35 of a cent countywide sales tax since 1996.

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See GRANT, Page 3A

Albers appointed to
the Minco City Council
Delvin Albers takes the Ward 4, Position 2 seat

By Jon VVatje

mid
mid

the
in

use the 120 new Chromebooks


to enhance collaboration skills,
become critical thinkers, make
instruction more relevant, and
develop life skills to be success
ful in school and careers.

ment were Bruce Baade,


Christ Johnson and Dena
Sanford.
Albers will fill the seat
A new Minco City
Councilman was appoint
left vacated by Mayor
Keith McMullen who
ed at the City Councils
meeting last week.
won the election for the
Mayor seat in August.
Delvin Albers, a former
Minco City Councilman,
Albers will hold the seat
November 2, 2015 3:31 pm /
at least until the next elec
was appointed to fill the
vacant Ward 4, Position
tion in April of 2017.

Managing Editor

Election could dictate center sales tax


Canadian County Commissioner David Anderson said he is taking
steps to have the public vote on the juvenile justice center sales tax
By Traci Chapman

taking steps to take that

as with public schools for