Feds: 1,600 Oklahomans enroll in federal plan
More than 1,600 Oklahoma residents successfully signed up for health insurance coverage in the first two months of the troubled HealthCare.gov website that allows people to shop for and purchase a plan, officials said Wednesday.
‘A Day Without Business’: Summit to train businesses in continuity planning
If disaster occurred, how long could your company go without doing business and still survive?
Okla. revenue collections continue to fall short
Collections to the main operating fund used to pay for state government in Oklahoma continue to trail the official estimate, finance officials reported Wednesday, a trend that could lead to budget cuts for state agencies if it continues.
Below-cost Black Friday sales now legal in Oklahoma
For the first time in 70 years, Oklahoma residents can legally enjoy Black Friday mega-deals after legislators repealed parts of a law that prohibited retailers from selling items for less than they paid. Low-price retail events like Black Friday, in which retailers deeply discount items to attract shoppers, were technically illegal because of a 1941 law that required retailers to sell products for at least 6 percent more than invoice cost.
Firefighters respond to structure fire at Burgess-Norton building
Claremore firefighters responded to a structure fire Friday morning at the former Burgess-Norton Manufacturing Plant, 2400 E. Anderson Boulevard.
Weather prompts Dickens event change
The weather will be playing Scrooge for the Dickens on the Boulevard on Friday night.
Industrial fire at UPCO displaces workers
A large industrial fire overnight at UPCO in Verdigris damaged the plant that manufactures steel rods for the oil industry.
The Food Thinkery: Local dietitian, diabetes educator encourages clients to ‘think’ healthy
As a registered, licensed dietitian and certified diabetes educator, Claremore resident Suzanne Forsberg said she has found that people are confused when it comes to health information; that all of the health claims in the media cause people to be at a loss when trying to live healthy.
Mullin supports Port’s future
Congressman Markwayne Mullin met with area leaders Friday at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa to speak about the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA).
Patients, firms shop for better health care deals
Paul Freeman drove 600 miles last year to save himself — and his employer — thousands of dollars on his surgery.
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