Here we are, almost knee deep in another kitten season. More than half the calls we get at PAWS this time of year are cat related. The feline rescue groups are totally overwhelmed. Why don't people realize there is a simple solution to the problem?
Last week, former President Barack Obama re-emerged onto the political scene, encouraging Americans to choose Democrats in November to force accountability upon President Trump. In doing so, he was veering away from a tradition held by U.S. presidents to avoid criticizing their successors.
BUSES AND CARS of people flooded into Diamondhead Resort on Thursday, as the 2018 Medicine Stone kicked off with thousands in attendance.
In his annual pre-training camp press conference, Oklahoma City general manager Sam Presti spoke unprompted by questions twice, at the very beginning and at the end.
A fight between two Roff brothers ended Wednesday with one in the hospital and the other in jail after Pontotoc County Sheriff John Christian said one brother stabbed the other in the face.
Oklahoma City general manager Sam Presti framed it as positively as he could, suggesting the length of time the Thunder would be without their best offensive and defensive players would not be long.
With Oklahoma’s bulging prison inmate population continuing to stress the state’s prison system, the Oklahoma Board of Corrections has approved a couple of resolutions designed to upgrade existing facilities and spur the construction of new ones.
NORMAN — OU President James Gallogly struck a familiar fiscally conservative chord Thursday as he addressed faculty and staff but it didn’t seem to resonate with the standing-room-only crowd at Meacham Auditorium.
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame was established in 1996 by the Oklahoma Legislature. Muskogee legislators Ben Robinson, Barbara Staggs, and Bill Settle were instrumental in creating the resolution that established the organization in Muskogee and securing the early public funding to begin operations.
In this week’s position the theme of “removing the defender” is illustrated. White employs this idea to win a pawn. With this hint in mind, please try to find white’s best move.
WASHINGTON — Placing a hand against the smooth, black granite for balance, 92-year-old John Cockrum stood on his toes and reached with his folded umbrella to point at a name high on the wall of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
A Park Hill man received a 30-year sentence, with 15 years suspended, in Cherokee County District Court after he pleaded guilty on Sept. 13 to child sexual abuse.
NORMAN — A big finale is in store for the University of Oklahoma Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program centennial celebration.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The University of Oklahoma has named its college of public health after the Hudson family, which has given the university millions over the years to enhance its education effort in this field.
Being authentic and truthful can perhaps be faked, but football coaches are terrible at it and Lincoln Riley, unless faking it constantly and therefore fooling us constantly, doesn’t even try.
NORMAN — Tim Kish wasn’t sure what he was getting into when he joined the Army football coaching staff in 1984. He knew the setting in woodsy New York was beautiful, and as luck would have it, he met his wife Angela in nearby Highland Falls.
FAIRVIEW, OKLA. — Major County Sheriff's Office announced an arrest was made Tuesday following a lengthy investigation into a GoFundMe campaign set up in the name of a local toddler who had passed away as the result of an accidental drowning.
An Oklahoma City man was sentenced for 235 months in prison for making a bomb threat to the Grady County Courthouse and sending child pornography in 2015.
The Education Foundation of Muskogee was founded in the early 1980s by then-school board member Dr. Virgil Matthews. His vision was to develop an endowment for Muskogee Public Schools that would eventually reach $1 million and be self-perpetuating.
The narrative on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is evolving with lightning-quick speed, and at this point, only one thing is certain: The Senate needs to take its time before confirming him to this lifetime appointment.
A man accused of killing the father of the Sequoyah County Sheriff pleaded not guilty at his initial appearance in Cherokee County District Court on Sept. 18.
Keeping with last week’s topic of fresh veggies that are easy to prepare and especially tasty, it’s worth noting that many growers at the Muskogee Farmers Market have a wide selection of sweet bell peppers available for sale.
NORMAN — Grammy Award-winning country music singer Linda Davis is coming to Norman to perform a concert at the Sooner Theatre, teach a workshop and judge in the Voice of the Heartland Semifinals.
NORMAN — North Texas coach Seth Littrell gave his special teams unit the OK to attempt a “fake” fair catch last week, which resulted in a long touchdown against Arkansas.
ENID, Okla. — Enid LGBT Coalition has planned a two-day installment of this year's Enid Pride festival, starting with a show Friday night at Gaslight Theatre and a full afternoon of activities Saturday.
James Jackson King, who was set to go to trial for murder in October, has reached a plea deal with the Stephens County District Attorney's Office, pleading guilty to first degree manslaughter.
Before my grandmother died, her yard became the home for at least 12 gnomes, several plastic deer and no less than three birdbaths. She loved to sit on her porch and admire the flowers. I secretly thought to myself, I will never clutter my yard like that. Thinking you will never do something is a huge mistake of youth. I find that these days I like my clutter, it makes me happy. It's not in my yard necessarily but pictures of the kids, artwork in varying stages of completion, lots of books, treasures brought home from trips clutter my home and they make me happy.
- Claremore dog park in the works
- EDMONDSON: ‘I’m out there. I see the problems and I’m offering solutions’
- “Professional gambler” arrested on 165 counts of credit card possession
- Southaven and Country Club Roads project in final stages
- Claremore’s newest councilor says public service is in her blood
- Cast your vote for Verdigris coach Mark Meyer
- CONQUERING CHIARI: Claremore student inspires business to give back
- Terrorism hoax charges filed
- Verdigris in first place in District 3A-5
- REVIEW: Nunsense well worth admission