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The Chickasaw Nation Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program extends its services to families who need encouragement and support in feeding their children.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Lawmakers have long used a failed education funding law to badger each other, but now furious educators have co-opted the tactic.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Tom Cole recently released the following announcement to invite Oklahoma high school students to attend the Fourth District’s Academy Days to learn about each of the military academies and the application process.

The Ada Prime Timers held their meeting Feb. 20 at J.D.’s Cafeteria. After the meet-and-greet time, a buffet dinner was served and enjoyed by all.

Oklahoma Corporation Commission Chairman Dana Murphy pulled out a colored chart showing the number of 2.7 magnitude or higher earthquakes in Oklahoma each day between 2015 and 2018.

Oklahoma News

  • CNHI News Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Continued dangerous fire behavior conditions prevalent on Tuesday, March 20, prompted interagency wildland personnel to extend the Fuels and Fire Behavior Advisory through April 4. Sunday’s weather pattern provided only limited moisture across the state. Gusty winds on Monday and a warming trend the remainder of the week will return wildland fuel moistures to critically low levels.

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  • Renee Fite | CNHI News Oklahoma

A retired jazz instructor at Northeastern State University, Lehman is now in an assisted living community in Tahlequah. But in his early years, he was a titan of the music scene, playing with Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey when their band came through Oklahoma, as well as Guy Lombardo

  • Grant D. Crawford | CNHI News Oklahoma

Members of the LGBT community in Tahlequah and elsewhere have long fought for their right to equality, and many agree they have made progress, especially on the employment front. But they feel there is still work to be done.

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  • By Kay & David Scott CNHI Travel Writers

Following several days traveling through the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, we headed northwest following the Rio Grande River to the storied western town of Laredo.

  • Jessie Miller

(RNN) - While many dogs can be seen riding in cars with their tail wagging and head peeking out the window, one pooch is now Twitter famous for sitting up, wearing a seat belt like any passenger should.