Ever since the city of Tahlequah banned a "psychological support dog" for biting a child in public, area residents have been asking where the law draws a line.
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Rogers County Youth Services held there first of many monthly “Lunch and Learn” events, informing the community about the services they provide.
Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is requesting input from the public to assist in developing a state plan for maternal and child health services.
Financial exploitation of the elderly is a despicable crime that leaves us shaking our heads wondering how someone could treat people that way.
Herman Augusta White left his home to the church and a legacy of service along with it, but when he passed away he didn’t leave any immediate family behind to mourn.
Claremore fourth-grader Hunter Kelley will represent the state in the national Braille Challenge® competition in Los Angeles this summer.
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