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OHS Student heroes honored at

OHS Student heroes honored at the UIL banquet May 11

OHS UIL students celebrated their victories at the 2022 UIL banquet May 11. Pictured L-R (Front):Sarah Roach, Brooke Orsac, Mallory Jeske, Jocelyn Marquez, Natalie DelVillar, Zachary Dillion, Jose Olvera, Margarita Olvera, Sidney Dixon, Cindy Delgado; Pictured L-R (Back): Gatlin Guy, Jennifer Martinez, Angel Alvarado, Cameron McCormick, Axel Flores, Cooper Lane, Richard Walp, Peyton Kulhanek, Adelade Edgington, Peyton Elliott, Allie Barrington, Ellie Hinson, Julia Lewis, Aidyn Bitner, Chloe Apolito, Feather King, Benjamin Norris - SEE PAGE 8 FOR CATEGORIES AND ADDITIONAL PHOTOS Photo by Ronni Walker

Council members sworn in, Kimbro rejoins Council

City Secretary Tammy Hourigan declared the vote totals from the May 7 City Council election to be true and correct, although Council canceled that election because all three candidates ran unopposed. Olney Police Chief Dan Birbeck swore in Mayor Rue Rogers, Mayor Pro Tem Tom Parker and City Councilmember Tommy Kimbro. The three pledged to execute the duties of their offices faithfully and signed the oath of office and statement of office. Outgoing Councilmember Terri Wipperman surrendered her seat to Kimbro, quipping, “You’re not through with me.”

Scripture of THE WEEK

“But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added unto you. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Today has enough trouble of its own.”

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