Almost business as usual

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It has been four weeks since a tornado ripped through Madill and touched down in a few places. The tornado tore apart J&I Manufacturing, and Holy Cross Catholic Church. It also leveled some homes on Smiley Road and damaged countless others.

The smiles of summer

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A young T-ball player runs toward fi rst base during a game May 21 at the Kingston Youth Association fields. See more photos on pages 2B & 3B. Matt Caban • The Madill Record

The smiles of summer

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A young T-ball player runs toward fi rst base during a game May 21 at the Kingston Youth Association fields. See more photos on pages 2B & 3B. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
Crew members work hard to reroute wiring to the machines to get them fully operational after the April 22 tornado damaged the business. Courtesy Photo

Almost business as usual

It has been four weeks since a tornado ripped through Madill and touched down in a few places. The tornado tore apart J&I Manufacturing, and Holy Cross Catholic Church. It also leveled some homes on Smiley Road and damaged countless others.

GAME ON

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The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA) Board of Directors voted 7-6 on May 22 to reject a three-phase plan to restart high school sports across the state.