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Muskogee City Attorney Roy D. Tucker thinks some people might have considered Amnesty Day too good to be true.

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A cattle rancher in southeastern Oklahoma — or anywhere else — may one day keep track of his cattle without saddling up a horse and riding across his property or climbing into a pickup for a bouncing drive over a sprawling acreage.

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Nearly two months in, the state’s fledgling medical marijuana licensing process is running pretty smoothly, but an unexpected glut of commercial applicants will probably doom many entrepreneurs, cannabis advocates said Wednesday.

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OK2030 is a strategic vision plan by the State Chamber of Oklahoma Research Foundation to improve Oklahoma’s business climate, work force, quality of life, fiscal stability and innovation by the year 2030.

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After reviewing body camera footage stemming from the arrest of a suspect involved in a vehicle chase last year, the Adair County District Attorney's Office has filed assault and battery charges against three law enforcement officials.

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In Cherokee County, voters will have some decisions to make on Nov. 6 about who gets sent to the Oklahoma Senate and House, and candidates are gathering their final campaign finance reports, which must list all donations through Oct. 22 and be submitted to the Oklahoma Ethics Commission by Oct. 29.

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The number of chicken houses in Northeast Oklahoma has increased over the past year, raising concerns among local residents for the welfare of natural resources and the community's quality of life.

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Former Tahlequah Tourism Director Kate Kelly received a seven-year deferred sentence Thursday, Oct. 18, in Cherokee County District Court for being an accessory after the fact in an embezzlement case.

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TULSA — Republicans dialed up the heavy artillery Thursday, calling on Vice President Mike Pence to rally support for the party's gubernatorial nominee in Oklahoma.

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The tourism summit will feature advice for business owners, city leaders and anyone looking to attract more people, and more business, to wherever they live, organizers say.

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Anyone with information on Thompson is urged to contact National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at (800) 843-5678 or Caddo County County Sheriff's Office at (405) 247-6666. 

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A 7-year-old Chisholm Elementary student died Wednesday evening after a wall collapsed on top of him while he played outside in Alfalfa County.

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In May of 1945 when the Soviets entered Berlin things looked grim for the Germans. Similarly, in this week’s position white’s queen has entered Berlin, so to speak. White’s bishops are prepared to open fire. With this hint in mind, please try to find white’s best move.

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In May 2009, someone posted a comment online asking when was the Muskogee Frisco Freight Depot torn down?

More than 100 participants strolled from the Cherokee County Courthouse to the Northeastern State University campus in support of domestic violence prevention Tuesday evening for the inaugural Glow Walk.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly two months in, the state’s fledgling medical marijuana licensing process is running pretty smoothly, but an unexpected glut of commercial applicants probably will doom many entrepreneurs, cannabis advocates said Wednesday.

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District 18 District Attorney Chuck Sullivan contends the court should deny a motion filed by Devin Sizemore's defense attorney seeking either a new trial or outright dismissal of Sizemore 's murder conviction — resulting in Sizemore's sentencing being continued for at least another week.

A motion for continuance was denied and a man is free on bond after a motion for bond reduction was granted in a cold case murder hearing Wednesday morning in Pittsburg County District Court.

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One of the more satisfying things about Drew Goddard's "Bad Times at the El Royale" is its familiar feel. The intimate dialogue filling the film's 141-minute runtime, jumping to and from characters' subplots with title cards, the sudden outbursts of violence when there was little to no sense of foreboding before – doesn't it remind you of someone?

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The OSU Speakers Board has announced actor Terry Crews as its guest for Nov. 15. Crews, currently starring in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” will be in Stillwater 7 p.m. at the Wes Watkins Center.

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NORMAN — Norman water customers pay some of the lowest rates in the state. Homebuilders, meanwhile, pay some of the highest connection fees in the state, and the possibility that those fees could well up in the future could further deter new home builds in Norman.

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NORMAN — President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for comments she's made regarding her Native American heritage. Trump called the likely 2020 presidential candidate "Pocahontas" and offered to donate $1 million to a charity of her choice if she proved her Native American heritage with a DNA test.

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ENID, Okla. — Dr. William Simon has spent a lot of time reading other people's mail. There's a rare honesty in private correspondence, an openness in the words shared between two people over months and years, their trust building with each letter, they hide less of themselves.

Any residents who have, since Oct. 1, grabbed a six pack from a convenience store while en route to the Illinois River or Lake Tenkiller may have realized the Bud or Silver Bullet tastes a little different. Or perhaps their social consumption limit is now putting them on their tails.

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One in a series featuring candidates who are competing during the 2018 election cycle. This article focuses on three candidates who hope to represent Oklahoma’s 2nd Congressional District — Democrat Jason Nichols, Libertarian Richard Castaldo, and Independent John Foreman. The incumbent, Republican Markwayne Mullin, chose not to participate. The general election will be Nov. 6. 

Across the country, residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, along with family members, long-term care ombudsmen, citizen advocates and facility staff will honor the individual rights of long-term care residents by celebrating Residents’ Rights Month. This month-long celebration is an annual event held in October to focus awareness on dignity, respect and the value of long-term care residents. This month offers an excellent opportunity to reaffirm our commitment in the community to residents’ rights and to honor long-term care residents by encouraging people, groups and organizations to participate in nursing home activities, visit residents and get to know them, because these residents are the living history of our communities.

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A Stillwater woman was charged Tuesday with engaging in sexual communication with a minor by use of technology in Payne County District Court after officers arrested her Thursday at her home.

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Oklahomans will have the opportunity to see “Wildlife” in local theaters beginning Nov. 9, when the film opens in select theaters with confirmed screenings scheduled for Oklahoma City’s new independent movie house Rodeo Cinema, as well as its counterpart, the historic Circle Cinema in Tulsa.

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