A broken arm couldn't keep 10-year-old Mackenzie Manegold from helping at Fort Gibson's Emergency Resource Center.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has proclaimed Sunday as Blessed Stanley Rother Day, to commemorate and coincide with the Oklahoma priest’s Feast Day, which is celebrated July 28 every year in remembrance of the anniversary of his martyrdom in Guatemala.
Camp Cherokee began as a residential endeavor for students in middle school and high school, but it has since expanded to also offer day camps for students entering grades 1-6.
The Great Western Shootout is this weekend, July 27 and 28. With a $9,000 guaranteed total payout and the growing reputation of the Woodward County Event Center and Fairgrounds people are coming from miles around to show swine, goats and sheep.
The center, open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day this week, offers orientation on registering with FEMA, information on FEMA registration status, information on federal disaster loans, mitigation assistance and aid with the appeal process if requests are denied.
A Choctaw Nation District 11 tribal council candidate filed a petition to contest election results and to appeal the certification of a winner in the race.
"Under Her Wing" has made Enid artist Romy Owens into a practiced fundraiser, and despite the negativity she encounters as the face of, and the mind behind, an often-scrutinized public work, she feels supported.
One of America’s great buildings – and great art museums – is tucked in the northwest corner of the Arkansas Ozarks. From a fortune built on a discount empire, Alice Walton, daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton, has taken an impressive chunk of her wealth to give an amazing gift to a region of the country situated far away from major cultural centers. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art draws art lovers from all over the world to view world-class art and architecture in this bucolic setting.
The mission of the OSBI’s Cold Case Unit is to speak for those who can’t speak for themselves by seeking answers and justice for victims and their families, Special Agent Francia Thompson said. Thompson spoke during a media day and tour of the OSBI Forensic Science Center on July 16.
The Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus announced on Monday that David Perryman, of Chickasha, will not seek a fifth term as House District 56 state representative.
How do we want to be remembered? As a race that could never overcome its differences, doomed to fail like perhaps so many others? Or, will we remember that no matter what, there will be differences among us, and despite those differences we can work toward a common goal to achieve things we all can be proud of?
In 1880, a Texas cattleman named William “Billy” Washington settled on the north side of the Red River after marrying a Chickasaw woman. He formed a partnership with a Chickasaw citizen named Dick McLish and began to amass land and cattle. Washington eventually built one of the largest outfits in the Chickasaw Nation.
One of the things I love about this town is a sense, in certain circles, of community and cooperation. You see it among groups of smaller businesses offering promotions together, or among event planners and the Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism.
Employers grappling with the explosive growth of a protected class of workers created in 2018 when Oklahoma voters approved medical marijuana will get a little relief at the end of August when new laws take effect.
Muskogee County officials are looking at ways to expedite the permitting process for residents who plan to rebuild within the floodplain following the recent flooding disaster.
Authorities are investigating a shooting Friday at a marijuana grow operation in the Center area that left one man dead and a host of questions unanswered.
McAlester resident Tom Crowl hasn’t talked a lot about an old Air Force buddy of his, but the subject came up naturally with all the current attention focused on the Apollo 11 Mission and the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing on the moon’s surface.
A new partnership between RSVP of Enid and James Crabtree Correctional Center in Helena has inmates taking up crocheting to help people affected by dementia.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt recently announced his intention to renegotiate gaming compacts with Indian tribes in the state, and tribal leaders are expressing concerns that any such attempt would be unlawful.
Even before the first patent was granted for a metal detector in 1925, people searched for ways to locate metal and ore. While some used the devices to benefit the mining industry or military operations, the handheld devices have led to a hobby for treasure hunters.
A committee comprised of local government agencies, nonprofits and businesses is gearing up to help "meet the unmet needs" of Muskogee County residents likely to be treading water long after recent floods recede from the memories of others.
Stillwater residents Art and Carolyn LaNata had an insider’s view of the U.S. space program, earned during their years working for NASA in Houston as our nation was racing the Soviet Union to the moon.
The Oklahoma Community Theatre Association will hold its biennial conference in Muskogee on Saturday, bringing workshops and an awards ceremony to Muskogee Little Theatre.
A 25-year-old Fairview woman is being held without bond after being charged in Major County District Court with two counts of soliciting for first-degree murder.
In October, State Question 792 changed the landscape of Oklahoma liquor laws: cold beer and wine became a staple in grocery and convenience stores, Norman merchants had to cordon off Campus Corner on game days, and distribution regulations changed.
EDMOND, Okla. — Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey on Tuesday called for the first time publicly for an administrator to run the County Jail.
Hattie Beachboard believed that her daughter was so talented that she hoped someone would discover her. Molly was born in 1939 in Oklahoma City and grew up in Tennessee, where she began singing and yodeling on the family farm. While living in Tucson, she performed at children’s shows, recitals, and churches. At a grammar school performance, “singing cowboy” Rex Allen heard Molly sing “Lovesick Blues.” He liked her rendition so much that he had her sing it on his popular radio show a few days later. She soon became a featured singer on the radio show.
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