- Oklahoma State House
Wind $$$: More than $1 billion from industry
The study found the state’s 26 operational wind farms added more than 1,600 full-time jobs to Oklahoma’s economy. They pay more than $22 million per year in royalties to landowners.
- Visiting schools in 77 counties: Democrat state superintendent candidate Holmes stops in Enid
- Lawmaker Enns will seek re-election
Authorities searching for Ada man
Authorities from several agencies continue to search for a 38-year-old Ada man missing since March 10.
“The Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Office, Ada Police Department, along with assistance from the Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse Police Department are currently attempting to determine the location of missing person, Charles Dewayne Manuel,” Sheriff John Christian said Wednesday. “Manuel left his grandparent’s home in Ada on March 10 and the family had no contact with him since that time. Manuel was officially reported missing on March 17.”
Oklahoma teachers might be required to prepare for new standards
For the past three years, Ada City Schools officials have drawn up curriculum maps, trained teachers and taken other steps to implement the Common Core academic standards.
Reba coming to Enid: Country music superstar booked at Event Center
Tickets are priced at $95 and $129 for the Enid Event Center’s one-year anniversary show.
‘More than a job ... a career’
Enid Police Department revamps officer recruiting
Repairs for Purcell bridge ahead of schedule
Repairs for the US-77/State Highway 39 bridge connecting Lexington and Purcell are ahead of schedule, ODOT officials said Thursday.
Rep. Bobby Cleveland toured the bridge Thursday with several Oklahoma Department of Transportation and Slaughterville officials.
ODOT Chief Engineer Casey Shell walked everyone through the chain of events leading to the closure of the bridge, which is scheduled to open June 14. The contractors working on the bridge will receive incentives if the bridge is completed before that date or penalties for every day after June 14.
Drought continues but improving
Needed moisture will return this spring to Garfield County and this area, says NWS
- High-speed pursuit lands man before court judge
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