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Suspicious Subjects — At 7:52 a.m. Tuesday a subject in the 900 block of North Second Street requested extra patrol for people coming and going at her neighbor’s house. Extra patrol will be given.
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Sarah Manley

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SARAH MANLEY and Kira Buffalohead are the March Pioneer Tech Students of the Month. Manley, part of the Firefighter/EMT program, is an adult student from Morrison. Her instructor says she demonstrates hard work and determination. Despite some obstacles, she persevered and continues to be successful in meeting her goals. Kim Buffalohead is a junior from Tonkawa High School and in the Health Career I program. She is active in her student health organization, HOSA, as well as the cheer squad at her high school. Her instructor says Buffalohead is consistent, responsible and takes pride in what she does. She is a great example of a health professional. Pioneer Tech enrollment is underway for high school students. For more information about programs and initiatives, call 580-762-8336 or visit their website www.pioneertech.edu.
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THE PONCA CITY

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THE PONCA CITY Public Schools Child Nutrition Program celebrated National School Breakfast Week, March 2 - 6, themed “A Good Breakfast Makes a World of Difference.” Lincoln Elementary Child Nutrition Site Secretary Tamra Raulston co-coordinated with Lincoln Elementary School Principals by asking students a daily question about space or the planets. Participating students submitted their written answers to daily questions. Students who submitted correct answers won a space related prize, space related books, space pencil sets or galaxy rock sets. Lincoln winners pictured, front row from left, are Skyler Yerkes, Blake Wilcher, Liam Nault, Kia Boike and Bailey Ryan, and back row, Body Holeman, Joseluis Montes DeOca, Savoy Munoz, Kaysean Byrd and Raufiell Carnes.
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Hour adjustment for DG

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Dollar General Corporation (NYSE: DG) announced plans to dedicate the first hour of each shopping day to senior shoppers, as well as amend store operating hours. Dollar General is strongly encouraging that the first hour of operations each day be dedicated solely for the shopping needs of senior customers, who are one of the groups most vulnerable to the COVID-19 coronavirus. In keeping with the Company’s mission of Serving Others, Dollar General wants to provide these at-risk customers with the ability to purchase the items they need and want at the beginning of each day to avoid busier and more crowded shopping periods.
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Museum sites to be closed

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The first priority of the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) is the health and safety of our patrons, staff and volunteers. Per Executive Orders 2020-06 and 2020-07 from Governor Kevin Stitt in response to COVID-19, all OHS sites and affiliates, including the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City, will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17. These facilities plan to reopen Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
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WILDCAT ACADEMY students

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WILDCAT ACADEMY students have been participating in handson science labs. Even though all science classes are on line, Mr. Harris, WCA science teacher, has been conducting laboratories for each science. Students in Physical Science participated in a bubble lab. They created a formula for the perfect soap bubbles. Biology students are dissecting frogs. Students in Environmental Science will be participating in an oil spill study. Pictured are Mr. Harris and Mark Blair.
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Damage Reported — At 7:47 a.m. Monday a subject in the 1500 block of East Grand reported damage to a street sign over the weekend. An officer advised it was related to an aggravated DUI arrest.