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Tigers Coach Competed In Legendary NFL Game

By MIKE MOGUIN

The storm delay at the Class 6AI championship on Nov. 30 is not the only time Broken Arrow coach David Alexander dealt with adverse weather conditions in a game.

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Arvest Bank Awards $500 to Broken Arrow Teacher

 Arvest Bank has announced that Erin Shelby, who teaches First Grade at Leisure Park Elementary in Broken Arrow, has been awarded $500 as part of a four-state program to support education.

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B.A. Celebrates First State Championship

By MIKE MOGUIN

Broken Arrow was determined all year to capture the gold ball. Not even a thunderstorm was going to stop the Tigers from getting the championship.

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NSU-Broken Arrow Hosts Artist Kathryne Wood in November

Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will host an art exhibit by Kathryne Wood during November in the Visitors’ Center Gallery of the Administrative Services Building.

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B.A. Girls Rugby Team is Best in the Nation

By MIKE MOGUIN

Last summer, Broken Arrow made its name known when its high school girls’ rugby club team won the national championship.

The team did it with a 53-0 win against Grandsville, a team from Michigan, in the title game that took place in Tennessee.

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Getting to Know B.A. Board of Education

By KAYLEY FORSHEY

Broken Arrow’s Board of Education members serve alongside the community to support and protect the public school system of Broken Arrow. These members are dedicated public servants charged with establishing policies for the school system, based on Oklahoman and federal laws, to ensure the betterment of the community as a whole. They lead the district.

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Undefeated Tigers Boast a Wealth of Talent

By MIKE MOGUIN

Broken Arrow got off to a 4-0 start near the end of September, which included a sweep of its top area rivals – Union, Owasso and Jenks – in Class 6AI.

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TTCU Presents $12,000 to Broken Arrow Schools

TTCU Federal Credit Union presented a $12,000 donation to Broken Arrow Public School District as part of its School Pride program. Over the past 11 years, the School Pride program has distributed over $1 million to area schools.

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Noah Cortes Continues As Tiger’s Work Horse

By MIKE MOGUIN

Talk circulated in the media throughout the summer about Broken Arrow possibly having a breakthrough year. It may have been an indication when the Class 6A1 No. 2-ranked Tigers made a statement in a 33-10 win over top-ranked Union before a sellout crowd of 11,000 people in its season opener Aug. 24 at Memorial Stadium.

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