City officials plan to review their options after a state judge ruled for a second time in favor of the owner of property taken without being afforded his due process rights.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution calling for a special election June 26, when voters will decide whether to allow the retail sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption on any day of the week, unless prohibited by state law.
A felon running from Moore police on Friday evening hit several vehicles and a light pole before capture, police said Monday. Along the way, Moore resident, Cleveland County Clerk Tammy Belinson, had a close encounter with the fleeing man before he was caught.
The rider of a 2014 Harley Davidson Motorcycle in a collision that occurred Saturday afternoon has been identified as Clarence H. Boss III, a 72-year-old Pawnee man.
NEWKIRK, Okla. – Due to the statewide teacher walkout scheduled next month, Newkirk Public Schools announced Friday the Newkirk Board of Education and school administration's decision to close its schools until further notice starting April 2.
With Easter only two more Sundays away, I can’t help but feel a little nostalgic thinking about family gatherings over the years. And though they get harder to remember with each passing year, it occurs to me that memories may last longer than we think.
I promised myself years ago that I wouldn’t use the cliché “best kept secret” and I’ve been pretty faithful to that promise. However, every now and again there is something that really is. So, excuse me if I drag out a worn-out phrase, but Oklahoma City’s best kept secret just might be the World Organization of China Painters Museum.
Goldsby may not have had a literal pot of gold for Eddie Guerra and his family on St. Patrick’s Day, but what they did offer was just as good.
Lavinia Ellen Ream was born in Wisconsin in 1847, but through her young life lived in a number of locations because her father worked as a government surveyor. Known as Vinnie, the vivacious and outgoing young woman attended Christian College in Columbia, Missouri, in the late 1850s. A talented young woman, she studied both music and art and dreamed of pursuing a career as a sculptor, though she had only seen such artwork in books.
A Muskogee County jury on Friday recommended a 30-year prison sentence to Uvaldo Hernandez and a 20-year sentence to Jorge Romero-Sanchez on child sexual abuse charges after finding both men guilty.
Cherokee artist and award-winning sculptor Troy Jackson will be featured at a show in the Northeastern State University John Vaughn Library, opening April 5.
The Park Hill Oklahoma Home and Community Education club hosted a sewing workshop Monday to teach others how to make hats for patients undergoing treatments at local infusion clinics.
The rate of new flu hospitalizations and deaths in Muskogee County and across the state has slowed some, but health officials continue to warn residents the flu threat is real, and the traditional flu season continues through mid-May.
Angie Rush, operations manager of Three Rivers Museum, talks about the museum's upcoming 1898 Rough Riders program that will be moderated by historian Roger Bell.
As the chief of the Cherokee Nation and the son of public schoolteachers, it has troubled me to see the inaction at the state level as teachers across our great state struggle. The time for action is now, and Cherokee Nation is taking the lead by granting our certified teachers the pay raise they deserve.
A Stillwater man had to be rescued from Boomer Lake around 8:30 p.m. Friday after jumping in the water by the fishing dock on the west side of the lake.
McALESTER, Okla. — McAlester High School and Puterbaugh Middle School students walked out of class for 17 minutes starting at 10 a.m.Wednesday as part of a nationally-organized walkout to protest gun violence.
Sometimes people choose to volunteer with organizations that have an impact on their lives, or that of someone close to them. That's the case for four people who started volunteer training Monday night at Help-In-Crisis, one of the most empowering organizations in the four-county area.
Statistics and personal experience prompted Northeastern State University graduate student Sky Wildcat to organize a QPR Suicide Prevention Training on campus Thursday. QPR stands for: Question, persuade and refer.
A Sunshine Week review of websites maintained by Cherokee County's school districts show that most are in compliance with the state's Open Meetings Act.
Several questions went unanswered Thursday night at a town hall meeting about education funding and a potential teacher walkout.
Enid Police Department Sgt. Casey Von Schriltz finished the 10-week course top amongst his peers, who included officers from state police agencies, sheriff's offices and police departments across the nation.
Major County Sheriff Steven Randolph, 44, appeared in court Thursday afternoon free on $1,500 bond, and pleaded not guilty, according to online court records.
With spring break just around the corner and summertime not too far behind, locals may be planning to hit the open road and do some traveling with the extra time off.
Verdigris High School students staged a 10-minute walkout Thursday afternoon in support of the impending teacher walkout scheduled for April 2. Students held signs and formed a prayer circle outside the school.
MOORE — Students at Southridge Junior High School in the Moore school district did organize against school shootings Wednesday, though they did not walk out of the building.
OKLAHOMA CITY — As the drugs become increasing difficult to obtain, Oklahoma will stop using lethal injection and plans to become the first to execute inmates using the untried method of inert gases, officials announced Wednesday.
Local teachers say the public's questions about an upcoming walkout should be answered when the Tahlequah Education Association hosts a community meeting Monday, March 26
State senators passed a bill pitched on behalf of those who oppose plans to construct a bypass that would reroute through traffic on U.S. 69 around the west side of Muskogee.
A Cherokee County Sheriff's Office investigation has prompted the dismissal of charges against the original suspect in a Feb. 24 attempted armed robbery, and another man is now wanted in connection with the incident.