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There are about five weeks until the constitutionally mandated end of the 2018 regular special session. The Legislature must conclude all its business by no later than 5 p.m. on the last Friday in May, which this year is May 25.

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SULPHUR — In recognition of National Park Week, the Chickasaw Cultural Center, 867 Cooper Memorial Road, and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, 901 W. First St., have partnered together to celebrate the natural springs, wildlife and lush foliage awaiting visitors at the CNRA.

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  • By David and Kay Scott CNHI Travel Writers

The National Park Service on April 12 announced a revision to its October proposal for a substantial increase in park entrance fees.

It’s one billboard at this point — not three — but Kim Merryman hopes to see more signs going up soon regarding the 2016 deaths of her daughter, Emily Morgan, and her daughter’s friend, Totinika “Ty” Elix.

  • By David Hillock CNHI Oklahoma

We all know how hot and dry an Oklahoma summer can be. After going through several seasons of drought conditions, gardeners may be cringing at the thought of landscape irrigation and the problems caused by drought. Here are a few tips to get you geared up for spring irrigation.

  • By LeeAnn Barton CNHI Oklahoma

Lily bulbs (with few exceptions) make bright, easy additions to the perennial, partial sun flower bed. All the Lilium species and hybrids have positive traits; knowing that I cannot have one of everything, I find it necessary to be partial to a few.

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  • By Rachael Van Horn CNHI Oklahoma News

WOODWARD — U.S. Sen. James Lankford followed Dewey County Sheriff Clay Sander around Friday as he toured areas damaged by wildfires.

  • Joe Malan | CNHI News Oklahoma

Something that was set up many years ago through other Marvel entries is finally coming to fruition. On April 27, evil forces, led by the great Thanos, will invade Earth, and it’s up to Marvel’s band of superheroes to put a stop to it.

  • Tom Fink | CNHI News Oklahoma

As winter gives way to spring, Rogers County residents can look forward to the return of longer days, warmer temperatures, and the arrival of hummingbirds to the state.

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