You can start to see a theme develop. The names of these full moons are indicators of the seasons, and not just an indicator but a celebration of the transition to something new.
That’s the eye-popping statistic that stands out in the latest Oklahoma Teacher Supply and Demand report, and it represents a loss of an average of 10 percent of the state’s teaching workforce — compared to a national average of 7.7 percent attrition.
In a symbol of cultural celebration, Norman residents and members of the Native American welcomed back a group of Tibetan monks with intertribal dancing, drumming, chanting and monetary donations Sunday afternoon outside the Norman First American United Methodist Church.
Gardening seems a bit like gambling. One tree will thrive and another, purchased from the same store, receiving the same care will die. Weather is one factor over which gardeners have no controls, but a tree’s ability to survive and flourish is based on knowledge more than weather. Success is likely if we do our homework or trust another’s experience and wisdom when purchasing a tree.
April 3 is National Walking Day! Walking is the most popular form of exercise, as well as one of the easiest. Not only is walking relatively safe for most individuals, but it is also free of the hefty price tag that accompanies many other forms of exercise.
While Arbor Day isn’t celebrated in other parts of the country until the last Friday in April, Oklahoma makes a full week of it, and the celebration starts today.
Unable to reconcile her sexual identity with the biblical interpretation of sexuality she’d been taught, Kalb didn’t see a way forward, as an LGBTQ person or as a member of the church.
The Accident Investigation Board (AIB) report, released March 20, was ordered after a T-38C crashed Friday Aug. 17, 2018, near the town of Mutual in southern Woodward County.
Just one of three bills proposing the implementation of instream flow program for Oklahoma rivers and streams remains alive during this legislative session after it was passed out of the house of origin before a key deadline.
“I love Stillwater High School,” said high school senior Christian Lindley, “I feel like it’s a really great place to be. There’s a lot of really good opportunities there, and I feel like it can lead to a lot of bigger things.”
Since the 1600s, bees brought over from England to America have been documented in Virginia and Massachusetts. They were Carniolan bees, said Greg McGee, outdoor historical interpreter and livestock manager at Hunter's Home.
The Oklahoma Legislature has seen many bills come and go since the floor hearing process began, and the deadline for bills to leave their chambers of origin has passed, leaving about 810 measures still alive.
A teenager wanted in connection with a slaying in Oklahoma City has been arrested in Muskogee, according to a news release from the Muskogee County Sheriff's Department.
It takes a special kind of movie to present a plot about two deathly sick teenagers who fall in love, yet makes you wish they both would meet their demise.
More details have emerged in the shooting that took place just after 10 p.m. Wednesday in a trailer park in east Stillwater. Joseph Vasquez, 34, of Pawnee, has been charged in Payne County District Court with one count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon after witnesses say he shot a woman twice, once in each leg.
Trailblazers in women’s golf have faced prejudice and sexism, but they also have shown that they are athletic, competitive, independent and successful. Glenna Collett Vare dominated golf in the 1920s. Olympic champion Babe Didrikson Zaharias won 10 Major championships and attracted fans everywhere. Patty Berg won a record 15 Majors. Kathy Whitworth won 88 titles. The list can go on and on.
Greater Enid PLAC is meeting for the first time at 6 p.m. March 28 in the Autry Technology Center lectorium. Special guests include State Superintendent Joy Hoffmeister; state Sen. Roland Pederson; and state Reps. John Pfeiffer, Denise Crosswhite Hader and Chad Caldwell.
ENID, Okla. — Next month, Enid residents will have an opportunity for a unique night when Hedges Regional Speech and Hearing hosts a Silent Nite on the Town, a silent movie event.
Beneath Tahlequah's surface lies a rich history, with various cultures, characters, and establishments that have come together to make the city what it is today.
Woman reports to police she is being stalked by a man who called twice while she was speaking with an officer.
The goal of Read Again Open House is to invite visually impaired patrons to come “see” what the library can offer for them. Senior adults are invited to stop by between 9-11 a.m., while students and young adults are invited to stop by between 2-4 p.m.
Two Cherokee County Detention Center employees were arrested early Wednesday morning after being involved in a non-fatal shooting at Sensations Gentlemen’s Club in Inola.
Generations of shared memories are coming back to life through the revitalization of a dominoes tournament at a small grill and bar in Waukomis.
In this week’s position black has three ways to checkmate white in two moves and several ways to checkmate white in three moves. Black is therefore holding all the cards. Nevertheless, black can give it all away with one single move. This is because white has only few moves available and its king is almost confined to f5. Please try to find that one single move and the three ways to mate in two.
The Payne County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that it is working with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to investigate a possible murder/suicide in the county.
Schools around Oklahoma are attempting to account for the medical marijuana law passed last year. While policies and procedures are important, practical implementation is sometimes a little harder to tweak.
Choosing a long-term care facility can be one of the most difficult tasks that an individual and/or their family may ever face. Ombudsmen for the Eastern Oklahoma Development District Area Agency on Aging can help provide you with information and resources to help you make an informed decision.
United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians citizens working to overcome narcotics addiction can now use the tribe's new UKB Opioid Healing Project program.
Since 1919, the American Legion has been helping members of the armed services transition back into life in the states, or even just back to their lives as civilians.
The spring break calendar can be filled with friends and fun activities, and that can include indoor entertainment and exercise. And sometimes, it can mean spinning your wheels.
Legislation to make English the national language was introduced earlier this month by U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., who says the English Language Unity Act is the first step to "increased communication, assimilation and the success of those legally immigrating to" the U.S.
Police work can be an unusual and difficult process for adults to understand — even more so for teenagers. Muskogee Police Officer Brandon Garner wants to help educate teens through the revival of a Muskogee Police Department program.
- PROS AND CONS: Community and council weigh in on $20 million development
- SAYING FAREWELL
- Four injured in collision
- Newest Claremore Hall of Fame inductees announced
- Woman whose father traveled the trail of tears turns 100
- Work to begin on $1.3 million waterline replacement project
- Man holds hostages at knife-point, kidnaps one
- CHS Seniors confronted with realities of addiction
- Claremore baseball makes most of week on Gulf Coast
- Claremore preps for Home and Garden Show