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Raydon Leaton announces retirement from Northern Oklahoma College

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Raydon Leaton, currently serving as Vice President for NOC Enid, announced today his retirement at the end of the fall semester. Effective December 17, Leaton will be leaving Northern after twenty-one years of service and has accepted another position in Florida where he will be closer to family.
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Elissa Jones and Kaden Jeffries

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Elissa Jones and Kaden Jeffries are the Pioneer Technology Center (PTC) November Students of the Month. Jones is an adult student from Arkansas City and demonstrates dedication, responsibility and a high level of competency in the Practical Nursing program. According to her instructor her positive attitude in class and in clinicals makes her a great role model. Kaden Jeffries is a junior in the SHARE (Sharing Hope and Redefining Education) program at Pioneer Tech. He represents the Construction Technology program as Student of the Month. His instructor praises his new builder skills and attitude and that fact that he is always ready to complete any task given to him. To discover more about Pioneer Tech’s programs and services call 580-762-8336 or visit pioneertech.edu.
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First Physicians Capital Group celebrates healthcare workers on National Rural Health Day

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OKLAHOMA CITY (Nov. 17, 2020) - First Physicians Capital Group (FPCG), an Oklahoma-based hospital management group, celebrates National Rural Health Day on Nov. 19. This day was created to celebrate the “Power of Rural” and bring awareness to rural healthcare. One in three Oklahomans lives in rural communities. As resources are dwindling, highlighting the importance of rural healthcare workers is needed to show appreciation to those who work in these communities. The role FPCG plays in the rural areas they serve provide healthcare and improvements to their hospitals around rural Oklahoma as well as invest philanthropically in the local communities.
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Holiday Hop coming to Edmond

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It’s an Old-Fashioned Holiday Hop! Dec 12th from 1-4:00 pm. “Hop” from station to station within the museum for FREE holiday crafts, activities, cocoa, and socially-distanced Santa photos. Christmas artifacts are on display as part of the “Back to the 1950s” exhibit. Attendees are invited to save 10% on all gift shop purchases, including holiday and handmade gifts.