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Ada City Schools officials are asking the public to help develop a long-range plan for the district’s future. 

  • By CASS RAINS Enid News & Eagle

ENID — As winter ice storms prepare to bear down on the area, OG&E Electric Service workers are staging at Oakwood Mall and are prepared to go into action as soon as they are needed.

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  • By EMILY SUMMARS The Enid News & Eagle

ENID — Dr. Barry Pollard was named 2016 Pillar of the Plains Thursday evening at Central National Bank Center.

  • By JAMES COBURN The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — A solution for flooding problems in northern parts of downtown was discussed at a city budget workshop Monday.

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  • By CATHY SPAULDING The Muskogee Phoenix

MUSKOGEE — Not everyone worshipping at First Baptist Church makes it to church.

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  • By ERIC SWANSON, Staff Writer

Ada City Schools officials are asking the public to help develop a long-range plan for the district’s future.

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  • By RANDY MITCHELL Managing Editor

Deputies and state agents are investigating a bizarre series of events which occurred Sunday in Ada and near Fittstown.

While there, Hannah Hale will attend the inauguration of America’s 45th President, Donald J. Trump.

Oklahoma News

  • CNHI Oklahoma

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited supply of heirloom seeds to tribal citizens interested in growing traditional Cherokee crops and plants starting Feb. 1.

  • By Mary Pryor | CNHI News Oklahoma

CLAREMORE -- Nathan and Melissa Butterfield of Claremore will be making their way to Washington D.C. to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States.

  • By Diana Dickinson | CNHI News Oklahoma

A Verdigris man pleaded guilty in Rogers County District Court last Tuesday in the shooting death of his wife.

  • By David Dishman | CNHI News Oklahoma

The Hartshorne Public School Board of Education voted January 9 to hire Jason Lindley as superintendent to replace current Superintendent Mark Ichord, who is retiring at the end of the school year.

  • By James Beaty | CNHI News Oklahoma

Members of the McAlester community came together at the Mount Triumph Baptist Church in McAlester for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Ceremony.

  • CNHI News Oklahoma

A weekend ice storm continues to cause havoc throughout Northwest Oklahoma and the Panhandle.

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  • By Michelle Charles | CNHI News Oklahoma

Almost 300 people representing 32 faith communities and the community at large gathered Monday to honor the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

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  • By Caleb Slinkard | CNHI News Oklahoma

“I will lift mine eyes to the hills, knowing my help is coming from You,” sang a group of OU students and members from the nearby Everlasting Life Baptist Church in the shadow of William Bizzell’s statue, their voices rising above grinding construction noise.

National News

  • CNHI News Service

President Obama surprised his press secretary, Josh Earnest, Tuesday by dropping by his final press briefing in the White House pressroom, lauding Earnest as a person of integrity and intelligence.

  • By Mary Wicoff | Community News Content

Charlie, an American Staffordshire terrier, is terminally ill with aggressive melanoma. His foster family came up with a 25-item list of experiences he should have. The items range from silly to serious, but the underlying purpose is to bring attention to animal issues and the need for foster families through the local animal shelter and its foundation.

  • By Devan Filchak | Community News Content

Pain management that most people associate with the dentist office is now being offered to expecting mothers at more hospitals across the United States.

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  • By Thomas Lynn | Community News Content

FALMOUTH, Fla. — Alexa Oropesa, a self-proclaimed scaredy-cat, was shaking Monday morning when she and Kaithleen Hernandez locked themselves together under a Sabal Trail Pipeline truck hauling equipment on a dirt access road.

  • By Abha Bhattarai | The Washington Post

The number of older Americans taking on student debt on behalf of their children and grandchildren has quadrupled in the past decade, with consumers 60 and older now holding $66.7 billion in student loan debt, according to a new report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

  • By Sarah Halzack | The Washington Post

Walmart on Tuesday announced that it plans to add 10,000 U.S. jobs and provide skills-building training to a quarter million of its workers by the end of 2017.

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  • By Danielle Woodward | Community News Content

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Self-defense classes for women are not uncommon, but a youth center in a large city in northern Michigan is looking out for a younger audience. 

  • By David Weigel | The Washington Post

Democrats and labor organizers spent Sunday at dozens of rallies across the country, pledging to fight in Congress against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and any attempt to change Medicare or Medicaid. The party's leaders faced crowds ranging in size from dozens to thousands of people, urging them to call Republicans and protest the push for repeal.

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