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OBITUARIES: Raymond Floyd Clay, 67; Lt. Col. Ron Fowler, 73; Mary Geraldine Waide, 96.

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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

• Santa Claus WILL VISIT SATURDAY

Santa will make his way to Carnegie Saturday morning via a downtown parade.

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 •ONE FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD

Christi Harrison refiled for Office No. 5 on the Carnegie Board of Education when the filing period opened Monday morning. At press time Tuesday she was the only candidate filing for the seat.

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 • OVER THE RIVER... AND THEY DANCED 

There wasn't any dancing or food feast on the bridge this time, but it's officially wrapped up and the only celebration was by those who live in it's path.

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• SCHNEBERGER WINS RUNNER-UP

Addyson Schneberger, Carnegie, placed second in her category at the American Farmers & Ranchers (AFR) Southwest District Speech Contest held in Cache, Nov. 18. She competed in the Junior AFR/OFU category.

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SCHOOL REPORT CARDS RELEASED

While Oklahoma’s 2018-19 School Report Card shows an increase in academic growth for elementary and middle school students, challenges remain in fully lifting the state’s PreK-12 education. The State Board of Education approved the annual accountability report.

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NINTH GRADE INVITATIONAL UNDERWAY

In the opening round of the Carnegie Invitational Junior High Tournament the Wildcats and Lady Wildcats faced Clinton for their first games.

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