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Johnson sat down with The Ada News Tuesday to discuss a few topics she said she feels will be important to voters in the 2018 Governor’s race.

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HULBERT - Despite its modest size, the town of Hulbert boasts a regular flow of activities for residents and visitors, and several events are lined up in the coming months for people of all ages.

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Dealing with mounting debts can be hard enough, but when telephone calls start coming in from collection agencies stress levels can rise even higher.  

  • Cathy Spaulding | CNHI News Oklahoma

If the Gospel was written on a hot Muskogee summer day, it might have included the verse: "I was hot and you gave me air conditioning."

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NORMAN — For the first time in nearly a century, a total solar eclipse will occur next month, according to NASA. The event will be viewable from coast to coast, and Oklahoma sky watchers are getting ready for what could be a once-in-a-lifetime moment.  

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Six sealed indictments were handed down Thursday by a multi-county grand jury in Oklahoma County assembled to consider a case originating in Garfield County, according to a court order read regarding the case.

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SunPower and OG&E Electric Services plan to start construction next month on a 10-megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant near Covington.

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Being a first-time parent can be daunting, and comes with a lot of questions about pregnancy, birthing and raising a young child. That process can be significantly more difficult when faced by a low-income family, or a single mom with few support resources.

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With the heavy local sports scene here in Enid this time of year we have to be satisfied with observing college football media days from afar. While media days frequently offer little noteworthy news with coaches and players offering well-rehearsed and scripted (safe) answers, there were a handful of notable exceptions this past week in Frisco, Texas, at the Big 12 media days and in Newport, R.I., at the American Athletic Conference’s media days.

  • By Sheri Gourd | CNHI News Oklahoma

Last week, a group of Cherokee County families and District 2 U.S. Congressman Markwayne Mullin felt a little more hopeful in the journey to help children suffering from cancer.

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Learn some new things about lawmen and outlaws during this weekend's Bass Reeves Western History Conference.

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The latest in the ongoing round of cuts to state services affects some of the state’s most vulnerable people, and is leaving some professionals worried the move will cost the state far more than it will save.

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Business owners in and around Stephens County learned about the benefits of starting a wellness program in their respective companies Tuesday morning during a lunch hosted by Duncan Regional Hospital, Pathways to a Healthy Stephens County and the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Experts opined on a range of topics, from the importance of workplace wellness to implementing a plan to finding community resources. 

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As Oklahomans make their annual trips to the tag office to get their license plates renewed, some may be surprised when they receive more than a sticker and see an additional $5 fee added to the normal expense.

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A plan intended to guide redevelopment and spur revitalization of downtown Muskogee earned praise from city councilors and others who turned out Tuesday during the second of three public hearings. 

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Out of all of Cherokee County's popular swimming holes, one "buried treasure" that's fairly well-known to locals is Boy Scout Hole.

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Surprisingly to some folks, it turns out that hot, dry conditions can improve the sweetness of many “fruit” crops, such as cantaloupe, which is now available at the Muskogee Farmers Market.

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An attorney for the fired former manager of the Southeast Expo Center has filed a tort claim against the city of McAlester seeking at least $125,000 — with the possibility of further damages left open if it’s determined the former worker’s civil rights were violated.

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Adding to the litany of conquests in their nationwide comeback, bed bugs have found their way into the local office of a state agency.

  • By Mike Elswick | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Kevin Hannah offers a living example that a person does not need to spend a lot of money or pay for a gym membership to lose significant weight and improve their health.

  • By Jacob McGuire | CNHI News Oklahoma
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NORMAN — Cleveland County Judge Steve Stice ruled during a July 5 hearing that the items Norman police seized from the Friendly Market in 2015 be returned to store owner Robert Cox. The state is now challenging that ruling.