An Oaks Mission High School senior football player has not been seen since Saturday morning, the Delaware County sheriff's office said. Casey Conn, 18, was last seen at a convenience store at the Cherokee Turnpike near the Delaware/Mayes county line about 2:15 a.m. Saturday. He was scheduled to report to work at 3 a.m. at Carnes Dairy Farm about three miles west of the convenience store, his mother said. Football team members spent Sunday in the wooded terrain of southern Delaware County looking for him, she said. Conn is a white male, 6 feet tall and weighs 185 pounds. He has short brown hair, hazel eyes, a goatee and may be wearing gray wire-rim glasses. He is known to drive a 1996 Dodge Dakota pickup that is without a bed.
SHEILA STOGSDILL, STATE CORRESPONDENT
NORMAN Fire victim is identified
The Norman Fire Department identified Lula Fox as the woman they found dead in a house fire Friday. Norman Deputy Fire Chief Jim Bailey said the cause of the fire and the cause of Fox's death still are under investigation. It was the second deadly fire in Norman this month. Two children, age 1 and 4, were killed in a blaze Oct. 11 at a west Norman apartment complex.
ASSOCIATED PRESS CLAREMORE School makes staff change
Lynn Brown is no longer the Rogers State University student activities coordinator following a student rights dispute, the university confirmed. Brown came under fire after student Renee Morse-Heenan told the New York-based Foundation for Individual Rights in Education that the university's student activities office was blocking her attempts to create a student rights organization and refusing to let her distribute fliers about the organization. .
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