Homes in Pleasant View and Gardner Park subdivisions will soon have access to FiberLInk, and within a matter of months, the entire town of Kellyville will have it, as well.
Kellyville alumni James Robert Webb, who splits his time between being a doctor and a country music artist, still finds time to pay tribute to the place where he planted his musical roots, and in fact, he uses his talents to do so.
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Senior Dylan Davis has done something that no other Kellyville student has achieved: gotten good enough at video games to go to college.
Isn’t it a natural outcome for a man who grew up reading about muscle cars and driving one in Kellyville to write a book about cars and promote his town’s portion of Route 66?
Highway 33 was closed by Creek County Sheriff’s deputies for several hours as the fire caused smoke so thick it made seeing the roadway difficult.
“The emphasis we put on reading will help kids master whatever they want in the future.”
We caught up with the Kellyville native about his award, his mom, and how he’s ready to get back to doing live shows again.
As of now, Lady Chieftains basketball games against BTW on Tuesday have been canceled.
See the updates from some of our regular city, county and area meetings from last week.