- Blaine Smith Jr., shown sitting on a ledge outside of the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments office, is retiring from the organization after more than 29 years of service.
DUNCAN  After 29 years of guiding the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments (ASCOG), Executive Director Blaine Smith Jr. is turning in his office key. For the last 25 plus years at ASCOG he has been executive director of the organization.
 Jordyn Alexander, a sophomore at MacArthur High School, attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders last month in Washington, D.C. Alexander, who plans to become a physician, had help getting an invitation to the event from MacArthur teacher Denise Linzman.
A MacArthur High School sophomore got a good look at the medical field recently, when she attended the 2014 Congress of Future Medical Leaders last month in Washington, D.C.
 Volunteers at EyeCandi Fitness put together breakfast bags for students at B.C. Swinney and Pat Henry elementary schools last week. The project provided the fixings for pancakes for four, breakfast cereal and healthy snacks to be enjoyed Christmas morning.
Tasty pancakes with syrup and healthy snacks will greet some kids Christmas morning, thanks to eyeCandi Fitness and friends.
Songwriter Andy Williams called it "the most wonderful time of the year," but the holidays are often a time of heightened stress and weakened immune systems.
LOS ANGELES  We live in a time when even frivolous pop-culture touchstones are blown out of proportion, from Grumpy Cat's pout to Kim Kardashian's booty. But not in a million years did I imagine the R-rated lunacy of "The Interview" would become the flashpoint for a viral war on free speech, democracy and America itself.
LOS ANGELES (AP)  The list of contenders for best foreign film got a bit smaller Friday as the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced the nine features that will advance to the next round of voting.
- Blaine Smith Jr., shown sitting on a ledge outside of the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments office, is retiring from the organization after more than 29 years of service.
 Jordyn Alexander, a sophomore at MacArthur High School, attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders last month in Washington, D.C. Alexander, who plans to become a physician, had help getting an invitation to the event from MacArthur teacher Denise Linzman.
 Volunteers at EyeCandi Fitness put together breakfast bags for students at B.C. Swinney and Pat Henry elementary schools last week. The project provided the fixings for pancakes for four, breakfast cereal and healthy snacks to be enjoyed Christmas morning.

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