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Noble

March 14, 2009

Pioneer honor roll

Superintendent's (all As)

Brent Adeniran, Hanna Anderson, Ali Armstrong, Brittany Bearden, Levi Billus, Ashlie Blanton, Eli Blotz, Preston Brown, DeeAmber Carter, Jacob Christensen, Emily Codopony, Alexis Davis, Alli Fipps, Peyton Flatt, Lauren Fourcade, Garrett Fulks, Joe Gade, Chloe Gardenhire, Joey Glenn, Tate Grissom, Lauren Grissom, MaKayla Henson, Christian Hill, Ashley Huddleston, Abigail Johnson, James Jones, Kaitlyn Kim, Savannah Long, Molly Louden, Mia Mamone, Shade McCurdy, Brittanie Miller, BreAnn Redcross, Meaghan Rissmann, Timothy Rogers, Rylee Runge, Kyleigh Scarbrough, Hannah Sendelbach, Augustin Serrano, Demetri Simpson, Kyle Smith, Montana Valentine, Elijah Vanderburg, Dylan Waters, Nathan Woodruff, Austin Wygle and Hunter Zebert.

Fourth grade principal's (all As and Bs)

Tristan Anderson, Diane Barwick, Matthew Baudendistel, Rowan Black, Weston Blair, Sara Borque, Joshua Boydstun, Mercedese Bramlage, Ray Briones, Brooke Cardenas, Abbi Cavin, Zack Coffey, James Conn, Aly Craig, Angel DeLoach, Aliah Detwiler, Eli Dickens, Cody Donwerth, Dallas Dow, Breana Dye, Nick Foster, Jake Gleason, Mercedes Gray, Josh Gurnick, Emily Henson, Toliver Houston, Kyle Kennedy, Joshua Koehn, Kaleb Kottka, Lane Lancaster, Bree Lawrance, Ashelynne Lawson, Geoffrey Lehenbauer, Jordyn Longman, Dawson Martin, Terry Martin, Emily McDermid, Dawzon McKenzie, Gunner Metzger, Brett Miller, Katelyn Moser, Dakota Motley, Kaylee Murrell, Chris Nimsey, Sidney Norton, Tyler Nunnelley, Cheyanne Peden, Mychaela Pike, Dyonna Ponder, Serah Reed, Christian Robinson, Kaitie Root, Elizabeth Rosales, Avery Ross, Victoria Salinas, Sierra Sharp, Sophie Stephens, Ethan Sweezy, Anavel Velasco, Brandon Walker, Sheridan Welch, Summer Williams, Ashlee Williamson, Jack Wilson, Richard Young and Raymond Zvonek.

Fifth grade superintendent's

Nathaniel Akre, Antonia Alexander, Mattie Autrey , Derek Beuri?, Bryce Black, Shae Bowser, Mariah Boxwell, Micah Bryant, Christy Bucher, Robyn Buff, John Burton, Alyssa Carter, Danny Christensen, Alyssa Clark, Aundrea Crowder, Courtney Dalton, Breanna Ford, Tanner Gibson, Daniel Glenn, Kyler Handy, Nathan Hayes, Taylor Henson, Melyssa Howe, Abbigail Huddleston, Jaime Irons, Skylur Kirschner, Kaila Krizmanich, Rachel Mamone, Rebekah Maxwell, Allie McElhaney, Sydney Meget, Jenica Mize, Anfany Morgan, Maddie Morris, Janzen Myers, Reka Patai, Ashten Pendley, Eman Richardson, Blane Rounds, Twain Savageau, Braeden Smith, Devan Story, Coltin Tarp, Taylor Vance, Parker Willams and Amber Wooley.

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  • Fairy Tale Princess Project accepting donations NOBLE -- The Fairy Tale Princess Project is accepting donations of gently used formal dresses, shoes and accessories to give, free of charge, to high school girls who wish to attend their school prom.

    Donations of the above items can be dropped off today from 8 a.

    February 13, 2010

  • Robber hits Noble bank NOBLE -- A man carrying a pistol and a device he claimed was a bomb robbed the First Fidelity Bank at 900 N. Main at about 12:30 p.m. Friday.

    A spokesman for the FBI said the device was not a bomb and there were no injuries reported.

    February 13, 2010

  • NOC Roustabouts concert Feb. 13 in Blackwell Featuring Noble's own Tiffany Guthrie, the world-traveling Northern Oklahoma College Roustabouts will join with the Blackwell High School Vocal Music Department for one performance 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13 in the Blackwell High School Auditorium.

    February 6, 2010

  • Parking in Noble discussed by City Council The issue of parking in front of businesses along Main Street in Noble was discussed at a recent city council meeting. A merchant who has property along Main Street was concerned about the use of the angled parking frontage between Chestnut and Cherry streets, fearing area employees who parked there were taking up parking opportunities for customers.

    February 6, 2010

  • Candidates vie for Noble school board seat No. 5 Polls will be open Tuesday to select the next Noble school board member for Seat No. 5. The incumbent is Kim Adams who is opposed by Ryan "Leroy" Lukinbill. Cindy Malone is running unopposed for Seat No.

    February 6, 2010

  • Filing period for City of Noble Council seats opens Monday Paula Roberts, secretary of the Cleveland County Election Board, announced today the filing period for City of Noble Council Members will be Monday, Feb. 8, through Wednesday, Feb. 10, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.

    February 6, 2010

  • Noble library assists job-seekers NOBLE -- The Noble Public Library, 204 N. Fifth, offers a four-part series of programs designed to give those looking for employment some strategies and skills that could lead to success. The Job Hunting programs will be held on Thursday mornings in February from 10 a.

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  • Noble senior class headed to Six Flags Noble's senior class of 2010 is raising funds and planning a class trip to Six Flags over Texas amusement park. According to Jamie Evans, counselor and senior class sponsor, usually the day before school is out the seniors do something special.

    January 30, 2010

  • Historical society to meet The Southern Cleveland County Historical Society will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Noble library.

    Discussion will be on the progress of the restoration of the old Noble jail and the way to best display and collect historical items.

    January 30, 2010

  • Noble's sales tax revenues down NOBLE -- The City of Noble is running about $95,000 under budget. Sales tax revenues are down, and there's cause for concern.

    "We've been concerned for two to three months," said Bob Wade, Noble City Manager.

    January 23, 2010