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Weatherford PD Animal Control Officer Deb Allen Retirement

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A retirement celebration was held Friday for Weatherford animal control officer Deb Allen. Allen reflects on last weeks incident where a deer ran through the window of a home on Camelot. Allen served as animal control officer for Weatherford for the past 7 years.

Albert's Truck Service & Supply Sold

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The assets of Albert's Truck Service & Supply in Weatherord have been acquired by Fleetpride Inc., based in Irving, Texas. The company was founded by Albert Seibold Sr., In 1972 and was owned by Albert "Bo" Seibold Jr., And Lisa Seibold. Their son, Austin, will remain on board to manage the day-to-day operations. Fleetpride officials say it will be a great addition to their company and complements their three existing parts and service locations in Oklahoma City.

Fatality in Caddo County

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An Arizona man died at the scene of a one vehicle accident on Interstate 40, six miles west of Hinton, in Caddo county Sunday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 78 year old Junior Harper of Springerville died when his vehicle departed the road into the median, went back across the road and overturned an unknown number of times. A passenger in the vehicle, 43 year old Michael peters, also of Springerville, Arizona, was last listed in serious condition at O.U. medical center.

Deer Breaks into Home in Weatherford

Weatherford police had an interesting run-in with a deer that jumped through the window of a home on Camelot yesterday, says police chief Louis Flowers. Once inside the home, the deer broke a mirror and lamp. He says the deer got into a bedroom and laid down. It was tranquilized and taken back to the wild.

SWOSU Bulldog Angels Fund

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Jim and Freda Mogg of Hydro have made a generous contribution to the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Bulldogs Angels fund in Weatherford. The Bulldog Angels fund was established by 2014 SWOSU distinguished alumnus and Carnegie native Bill Howell to benefit SWOSU students in times of crisis. The fund is a vital resource when all other options for assistance are exhausted or unavailable.

Clinton City Council - Airport Simulator Negotiations

Clinton City Manager Mark Skiles says negotiations are underway for a flight simulator in the terminal of Clinton Regional Airport. The simulator is something that will set the airport apart from others.

Elk City Commission 2020 FY Budget

The fiscal year 2019/2020 budget has been adopted by the Elk City commission this week. City Manager Lee Litterell says the spending plan includes a hike in water, sewer, sanitation and landfill utility rates. Adjustments made to the budget just prior to approval include an additional $875,000 for lighting work at the airport and just over $87,000 for a drainage study around Elk City.

Weatherford - SWOSU Athletic Auction

Officials at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford are gearing up for the SWOSU athletic auction says spokesperson Jessica Hurd. The event is planned for August 3rd.

Fatality in Washita County

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One person is dead and two others are hospitalized following a two vehicle accident on State Highway 152 in Washita county Tuesday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 52 year old Jaime Eleazar Borunda Sr., Of Sunray, Texas died at the scene. 24 Year old Jaime Eleazar Borunda Jr., Is hospitalized in stable condition. A passenger in the other vehicle, 51 year old Todd Bennett of Mountain View was last listed in serious condition at O.U. Medical Center. Troopers say Borunda Sr. drove off the road, overcorrected, crossed into the other lane of traffic and was impacted by the second vehicle.

Washita County - Accident in Burns Flat

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A Collinsville man was last listed in serious condition following a one vehicle accident yesterday on a Washita county road, 2 miles south and 1.5 Miles east of Burns Flat. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 22 year old Isiah Stoner is hospitalized after the vehicle he was driving drove past a bridge out sign, and drove into a washed out roadway that had an approximate 20 foot drop off.