Now into its second year, the investigation by Robert Mueller into possible collusion with Russia or obstruction of the FBI by President Trump or members of his administration continues its march.
ENID, Okla. — Col. Corey Simmons, commander of the 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance Air Force Base, spoke to the Enid Rotary Club Monday to introduce himself, and to update club members on projects at the base and progress toward increasing pilot production.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The state's recent teacher pay raise boosted morale in school districts, according to a recent Oklahoma State School Boards Association Survey, but it's had little immediate effect on Oklahoma's "severe teacher shortage."
NORMAN — Cleveland County Commissioners Rod Cleveland, Harold Haralson and Darry Stacy will pack up their bags and head to the White House next week.
A man from Beaumont, California, who knowingly exchanged inappropriate photos with a Cushing teenager was given a five-year prison sentence Friday.
ENID, Okla. — An Enid man convicted of first-degree murder and two counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon in June was formally sentenced Monday.
The last first-degree murder defendant charged in connection with the 2017 St. Patrick’s Day shooting death of 18-year-old Xavier Marque Baskeyfield, is expected to enter a blind plea this week.
Women in research meteorology have long been in the minority, said Pamela Heinselman, a supervisory and research meteorologist at the National Severe Storms Laboratory.
One young Oklahoma family will soon have the opportunity to live on a mountainous island paradise in the Canary Islands for 10 month, thanks to a Fulbright grant.
The July 1 cigarette and little cigar price increase has encouraged Oklahomans to quit, and thousands are reaching out to the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline, a program of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust , for free services to help quit tobacco.
We’ve all seen intersections filled with water or water rushing down the street during a torrential downpour. While the moisture itself can be welcome, up to a point, this runoff water can cause some environmental concerns.
Consider the difference between herb gardening and gardening with herbs. Kitchen gardeners and chefs appreciate the zest fresh herbs add to their culinary masterpieces leaving herbs positioned as an extension of the vegetable garden. Biodynamic farmers plant herbs as insect deterrents or for the nutrients they contribute to the compost heap. It is time to recognize the beautiful versatility of herbs and take them into the front yard!
Each year Red Carpet Country sponsors its Annual Tourism Conference, which is aimed at rolling out services and training for businesses and attractions in the region as well as supporting communities that wish to become more known for their many natural and community attractions, said Woodward Conference Center Event Coordinator Darci Herber.
John Chupco was a full-blood Seminole born in the Florida Everglades around 1821. In his early 30s, the tall and athletic Chupco had become a chief of the “Newcomer Band” of Seminoles and helped to lead them during their forced removal to Indian Territory in 1855.
Sarge once lived on the streets. Now he spends his days working with 300 veterans at the Norman Veterans Center. Not a bad gig for a canine just looking to get paid with a little food and a lot of love.
A 43-year-old Blanchard woman has been arrested on a complaint of first-degree manslaughter in connection with a fatality wreck that killed one person Thursday near Flood Avenue and Venture Drive.
PAWNEE - At just over 2,100 residents, Pawnee is the kind of town where families have made their homes for generations and there are few people who don’t know each other.
Pawnee officials say that an online tip led law enforcement to foiling a plan for a mass school shooting at Pawnee Public Schools. The Cleveland American reported that two Pawnee High School sophomores are in custody after a multi-agency effort.
Construction, road and bridge projects in Tahlequah and Cherokee County may carry bigger numbers on their price tags in the near future, if the recently enacted tariffs have the deleterious effects that some expect.
The Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office has filed its intent to seek the death penalty against a Texas man accused of killing a 27-year-old woman in April, marking the first time prosecutors have asked for a death sentence since the Alton Nolen beheading case in 2014.
The people close to Copan Combs can be sure that he will always find new and surprising ways to challenge himself, especially if it involves an audience and a chance to have a good time.
ENID, Okla. — Former Oklahoma House Speaker Jeff Hickman has endorsed Republican Mick Cornett for governor ahead of the Aug. 28 runoff election.
A Stillwater man who posted bond Aug. 1 after being arrested on a search warrant is accused of putting a hit out on his former boss two days later.
A local man accused of breaking into a building at the Parker Intermediate School in McAlester last January is back in custody following his arrest in Comanche County — where police said he committed a traffic offense while riding a bicycle.
The University of Oklahoma has reiterated its ban on illegal substances, issuing a statement that rejects the possibility of medical marijuana use by students and faculty on campus.
Tiberius ruled Rome from 14 A.D. to 37 A.D. His rule was stopped short by Caligula, who succeeded Tiberius after Caligula smothered Tiberius with a pillow. With this hint in mind please try to find white’s mate in two.
The Kiwanis Club met Wednesday afternoon and heard from the local owner of CannaHealth of Oklahoma, EJ Bancroft, about medical marijuana.
Light rain fell on Lake Tenkiller Wednesday, but it didn't force visitors back into their RVs and tents. Instead, folks at Elk Creek Landing sat outside in their lawn chairs and relaxed as a cool breeze swept across the area.
NORMAN — ESPN’s Greg McElroy cites former Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield’s departure, the subsequent leadership void in the team’s locker room and McElroy’s own perceived history of OU “disappointing” as his reasoning for calling the Sooners overrated in a recent television appearance.
When the first trailer for Disney's "Christopher Robin" came out, I knew I was going to have to see it with my mom. Whether it was the movies, the TV show or the books, there was a lot of Winnie the Pooh and his friends as I grew up. The same happened with both my sisters, so it was around through my middle school years.
President Donald Trump’s appointment of Kelvin Droegemeier as director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy last week was met with wide praise from the scientific community.
Calling all veterans and active duty service members, Warriors for Freedom are looking for all military personnel to join them Friday, Sept. 14, in Woodward for a Freedom Football Game & Military Appreciation Night.
This Week's Circulars
- Allen school board rescinds teacher's job offer
- The end of an era: a response to my opponent
- Cooper sentenced to life + 105 years in 2016 Byng murder
- Letter to the Editor
- Submitted for publication by District Attorney Paul Smith in response to the Op-Ed written by Josh Edwards, a candidate for District Attorney, published Aug. 1, 2018:
- Fall camp kicks off for Cougars
- Search warrant yields guns, drugs and cash from home near elementary school
- Cooper sentenced to life + 105 years in 2016 Byng murder
- Confronting uncomfortable truths: It's time to end the era of 'The Innocent Man'
- Braves booted out of Mid-South Regional