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The Shawnee News-Star
Posted at 6:00 AM

  Kiwanians Paul Campbell and Carl Packwood set up the new grills in preparation for today’s 64th Annual Pancake Feed. The event is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Shawnee Municipal Auditorium on Bell Street. Tickets are $6 and can be purchased at the door. Proceeds from the event go to the Little Olympics and other Kiwanis community projects.

Posted at 5:21 AM

  In my early twenties, I had a dream. My beloved maternal grandmother had recently passed away and I longed to live in her old...

Posted at 1:01 AM

Five ways you can have fun this weekend:

Posted at 1:01 AM

Reader question: My employer has just asked me to accept a different position that includes a nice pay raise. The new opportunities this represents career-wise are great, but because it involves a cross-country move, I am expecting this news will be...

Updated at 11:00 PM

Mitchell Stone threw a three-hit shutout and the Shawnee Wolves picked up a big district win on Tuesday, downing Coweta 3-0 in just under two hours.

Updated at 10:57 PM

Bethel run-rules OCA

Updated at 10:53 PM

Dale falls to Moore

Updated at 10:49 PM

MIDWEST CITY – The Shawnee Wolves showed off their depth in their first tournament of the season at John Conrad Golf Course in Midwest City on Tuesday.

Updated at 10:47 PM

Eighth-ranked Oklahoma Baptist fell to NCAA Division II opponent Arkansas Tech 15-14 Monday evening at Bison Field at Ford Park.

Updated at 10:45 PM

OKLAHOMA CITY – The NAIA's top team once again flexed its muscles in a battle between two of the nation's top softball squads. The No. 1-ranked Stars swept No. 6 St. Gregory's, 7-6 and 4-0, Tuesday evening at Ann Lacy Stadium.

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