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Photos from: Flooding from spring rain, swimming pool issues highlight 2019 spring news




1. A three-foot-wide slice of Cotton Road, between county roads 470 and 460 near Dacoma, was washed away in the Wednesday flooding. Photo by Kathleen Lourde 2. Fourth-grade contestant Kenadie Meyer leaps over the high jump bar at the Little Olympics. Photo by Trey Lunn 3. Brickman Bradt rides in the Mr. Esquire pageant with a pony pulling him down the aisle of the auditorium. He won the Mr. Esquire title. Photo by Desiree Morehead 4. Longfellow's principal Alysson Tucker received 53 pies to the face during last Friday's spell-a-thon assembly. The student who raised $150 or more participated in the event with Principle Tucker. Photo by Trey Lunn 5. During the Talking Tombstones tour, Nick Bradt depicts Colonel Bob Kirkbride, aka "Candy Bob." Candy Bob joined the circus in 1906 as a cook and learned how to make candy and brought it back to Alva. Photo by Desiree Morehead 6. Elvin Yoder tries to hang on for that eight-second ride during April's Alva Bull Battle. Photo by Desiree Morehead 7. Alva's Morgan Cook tags the Oklahoma Bible player as he tries to steal second base in an April game. Photo by Trey Lunn 8. Liza Cooper, Canadian, Texas, weaves in and out of the poles at the Northwest Oklahoma Junior Rodeo. Photo by Desiree Morehead



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