CUSHING, Okla. — The Cushing Electric Department is working with its contracted tree trimming service companies, Poor Boy Tree Service and Horton Tree Service, to clear tree limbs from the power lines. Contractors are working in different areas of town from Fairlawn Road on the north to Eseco Road on the south and from Harmony Road on the east to Depot Avenue on the west.
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Stillwater City Council discusses economic development priorities
As Stillwater has continued to grow and the business climate has changed, city leaders have recognized the need for developing a set of policies to guide them when considering incentives for retail businesses. Incentives are often part of the deal when a retailer or restaurant considers expanding to a new market and cities find themselves competing for those businesses.
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UPDATE: Oklahoma State University football team won't lose practice time
In May, the NCAA reduced the football program’s practice time from 20 hours a week to 18 hours a week because it failed to meet four-year Academic Progress Rate standards by less than a point. Oklahoma State athletic department officials discovered this summer the recent graduation of a student-athlete from the 1990s. The addition of the delayed graduation point pushed the Cowboys above the threshold for restriction, according to OSU’s Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Kevin Fite.
BREAKING NEWS: Oklahoma State football won't lose practice time after all
Oklahoma State University working with the NCAA has found enough extra points to lift its four-year Academic Progress Rate for the football team to a 930, and the Cowboys will be allowed to practice the maximum of 20 hours a week this fall.
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