Registration is now open for Cub Scout Day Camp, according to local Cub Scout leaders. The camp will run Monday, July 10 through Friday, July 14, for Cub Scouts in the Harry Miller District. The camp will be held at the Ada Elks lodge from 4 to 9 p.m. on Monday through Thursday. Friday will …
NORMAN — There’s a new code in town.
We seem to live in a society where people think that if a little works well, then a lot more will work better. This certainly seems to apply to the way of thinking concerning the applications of fertilizers and pesticides. We want to get the maximum effect from the product, so we use a large…
STILLWATER — For home gardeners and fruit growers, an important insect management tool is dormant oil application. Dormant oil is a refined petroleum product formulated for use on trees and shrubs. Dormant refers to the time of application, which should be late winter or early spring.
On Friday, May 19, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Commissioners Bill Brewster (District 3) and Leigh Gaddis (District 4) hosted a retirement party for retiring ODWC District Chief I Jimmie Henthorn. Henthorn served more than four decades with the ODWC, having joined the departm…
WASHINGTON — The quixotic American pursuit of Middle East peace is a perennial. It invariably fails, yet every administration feels compelled to give it a try. The Trump administration is no different.
Ada firefighters at Central Station have a new table on which to dine.
“My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings; Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!”
Local residents might not realize the chain of events when a 911 call is made.
The money will be used to purchase new shelving in the teen and children sections, making those areas more user friendly and aesthetically pleasing. The library also will update the furniture for these areas.
All we can do is live our lives, love our families and pray law enforcement and intelligence agencies can stop these murderers before they can kill again.
Now, with school out, drivers need to change their thinking. Essentially, every neighborhood has become a school zone.
Former Muskogee County Sheriff Charles Pearson recalled spending three days and two nights in Webbers Falls following the Interstate 40 bridge collapse helping with the recovery. When he finally got home, he walked in the door to find his wife folding laundry.
A Poteau man who pointed a pistol at federal officers at the local veterans medical center pleaded guilty to assault charges and received a deferred sentence.
A 44-year-old Georgia man's open letter to Ariana Grande in the wake of last week's bombing at the singer's concert in Manchester has been retweeted more than 25,000 times and "favorited" more than 50,000.
Minnesota is known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” and the shoreline of one of them looks a little nicer thanks to the efforts of some young volunteers.
A newly discovered exoplanet with the puffy density of styrofoam may become a testing ground for learning to analyze atmospheres of far-flung planets for signs of life.
When Jennifer and Shane Winn and their children boarded American Airlines Flight 31 out of Los Angeles, it was with the excitement of any family taking their first trip to Hawaii. But they soon began to understand they were cooped up in an airplane, they were thousands of feet in the air and they could be in big trouble.
GREENVILLE, Texas – A drunken driver who struck and killed a pedestrian, then fled the scene has been sentenced by a Texas jury to life in prison for murder and leaving the scene of an accident involving death.
COMMERCE, Texas – Miss Black Texas 2016 claims she was wrongfully arrested recently after what she described as a road rage incident that ended badly in the parking lot of the local Wal-Mart in this east Texas city.
AUSTIN — With four days remaining in the 85th Legislature, lawmakers on Friday were still deadlocked over transgender bathroom use, leaving the prospect of a special session on the horizon.
Parents of several Alabama third-graders are pushing back against the popular wisdom that words can't hurt after their children were given end-of-year gifts that described some as "gloomy," "awkward," and "cruel."