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Dara Jones

Dara joined KSWO in 2008, when she started as a producer for Good Morning Texoma.  She switched from behind-the-scenes to reporter in 2010 and morning anchor in 2011.

Dara is a Texoma native, attending Elgin Public Schools.  She is a graduate of The University of Oklahoma, with a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in communication.

While in college she interned for Fox Sports Southwest in Irving, TX and The Sports Animal radio show out of Oklahoma City.

Dara loves all Sooner sports, traveling, learning new things, and spending time with her amazing friends and family.  

Email Dara at djones@kswo.com

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