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El Reno

(ĕl rē`nō), city (1990 pop. 15,414), seat of Canadian co., central Okla.; inc. 1889. In an agricultural area (wheat, cattle, dairying), the city also has diversified industry (aircraft and oil-field services, and the manufacture of mobile homes and chemicals). A federal correction center and the county historical museum are located in El Reno.
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and its subsidiary bank, Bank of Commerce, with locations in Yukon, Mustang, and El Reno, Oklahoma.
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6 mines wide and packing 295 mph winds, crossed State Highway 81 in El Reno, Oklahoma, and made an unusual turn notthward on a direct path toward the school.
DEVASTATION Wrecked aircraft at tech centre in El Reno, Oklahoma, and, inset, Gov Mary Fallin
A team of three tornado monitors perished in the tornado that churned through El Reno, Oklahoma.
She didn't want to see him any more but the next day he returned to the home in El Reno, Oklahoma.
Box was found unconscious in an El Reno, Oklahoma home in May.
Soil scientist Jean Steiner and hydrologist Jin-Song Chen at the ARS Grazinglands Research Laboratory in El Reno, Oklahoma, spearheaded the STEWARDS program in collaboration with soil scientist John Sadler of the ARS Cropping Systems and Water Quality Research Unit in Columbia, Missouri.
Four years ago, when Kimberlin (then as now an inmate at the El Reno, Oklahoma, federal prison) called a press conference to announce his charges, he suddenly found himself placed in solitary confinement.
On Thursday May 10, 2007, Cotton dispatched crews that arrived in El Reno, Oklahoma and began work the same day.
Grazinglands Research Laboratory, El Reno, Oklahoma
Summary: EL RENO, Oklahoma, Jumada II 22, 1432 / May 25, 2011, SPA -- A state official said an overnight storm system that spawned tornadoes in several Midwest states killed a fourth person in western Arkansas, bringing the total death toll to 14, AP reported.