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Oklahoma Veterans Affairs will build a new center in Ardmore to replace existing center

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Majority Whip Frank Simpson listens to a speech in May at the State Capitol. He, with Doug Elliott, executive director of Veterans Affairs, announced Wednesday plans to build a new veterans center in Ardmore. [Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman Archives]

Majority Whip Frank Simpson listens to a speech in May at the State Capitol. He, with Doug Elliott, executive director of Veterans Affairs, announced Wednesday plans to build a new veterans center in Ardmore. [Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman Archives]

The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs announced Wednesday it will build a new veterans center in Ardmore to replace an existing center in southern Oklahoma city. “It appears that the stars and the dollar signs are aligning,” said Doug Elliott, executive director of Veterans Affairs, during a brief ceremony outside the Ardmore Veterans...
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