A virtual tour of portraits by famed Chickasaw artist Mike Larsen is featured during the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival. Available through Oct. 3, the guided tour takes place in the Aaittafama’ room at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, a space which houses rotating art collections…
Jimmy Eppler, President and CEO of Citizens Bank of Ada, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Clark as the new Chairman of the Board of Directors for Citizens Bank of Ada. Michael G. Smith has retired as Chairman, a position he has held since 2017, and will remain a director for the Bank.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is deeply saddened to announce the passing of active duty Captain Jeffery W. Sewell #26. Captain Sewell had been hospitalized since September 5 due to COVID-19. He passed away at Texoma Medical Center in Denison, Texas on September 26. The Texas Department of Publ…
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Health will pay a private public relations company about $15,000 a month to handle most of the state’s COVID-19 crisis communications through the end of the year.
A landmark Supreme Court case is already changing how Oklahoma shows up on Google, with the reservation boundaries for six of the tribal nations represented on maps for the first time in well over a century.
Joe Navarro looks at political debates in ways that most people don’t. An ex-FBI agent, international bestselling author — “What Every Body is Saying” — and speaker, Navarro specializes in body language and non-verbal communications.
Gov. Kevin Stitt proclaimed Oct. 1-3 as official “Oklahoma Restaurant Days” to support and celebrate Oklahoma restaurants.
The 12th Annual Tommy Miller Memorial Blue Moon Café Motorcycle and Car Show was held Saturday at North Hills Center, and by any measure was bigger and better than ever before.
Oklahoma topped 80,000 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, and eight more deaths were attributed to the virus, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
The death of a William S. Key inmate who had tested positive for COVID-19 was confirmed Tuesday, as the Oklahoma State Department of Health announced 14 more Oklahomans have died, with coronavirus the cause or a contributor. Statewide, there was an increase of 1,164 cases of the virus.
Oklahoma gained 1,101 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, with more than a third of those in Fort Supply in Woodward County, where an outbreak of the virus has occurred in William S. Key Correctional Center, a minimum security facility with an open-dorm environment.
An outbreak of cases at William S. Key Correctional Center has fueled an increasing number of COVID-19 reports in this Woodward County community, where the official population of the town is now less than the number of cases of the virus.
Oklahoma saw an increase of 1,237 COVID-19 cases on Saturday that included a jump of 144 in Fort Supply, corresponding with hundreds of positive tests at a detention facility confirmed by the state Department of Corrections the day before.
Garfield County remained at the moderate, or orange, risk level for COVID-19, as the number of average daily cases per 100,000 population fell for the second consecutive week for the Enid area, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
An Enid woman in the 65 and older age group was one of six more deaths announced Thursday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health, as the COVID-19 case total increased by more than 1,000.
Twelve more deaths and 970 cases were confirmed by the state Health Department, Wednesday, as Oklahoma moved to the 5th-highest state per rate of new cases in the nation, according to the latest White House Task Force report.
NORMAN -- Oklahoma University’s football team canceled practice Friday to march lockstep from the stadium to the campus Unity Garden to protest racial injustice and the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
If you oppose mail-in voting because President Donald Trump calls it a fraud, prepare to stand in long lines to cast your ballot on Nov. 3 Election Day.
Earl D. Lawson's death by COVID-19 was doubly cruel.
INDIANAPOLIS – Federal health officials report a disproportionate number of coronavirus deaths occur in the nation’s nursing homes, but the agency tracking their morbidity rates maintains a database riddled with incomplete information and errors.
GROVELAND, Mass. – This unpretentious Massachusetts town joined the national concern over racism this week when a white man resident told a young Black woman resident she made him feel unsafe driving through his neighborhood.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court denied a legal petition Friday requiring attendees at President Donald Trump's Saturday campaign rally in Tulsa to observe social distancing protocols and wear face masks.
STILLWATER, Okla. – The governing board of Oklahoma State University Friday ordered the removal of the name of the state’s 9th governor from campus halls because of his racist reputation.
MOODY, Ala. – A veteran Alabama police officer was shot and killed Tuesday night in a standoff between police and two suspects at the Super 8 motel in this suburban community 22 miles east of Birmingham.
This Week's Circulars
ADA [ndash] Graveside services for Elnora Lillard, 83, of Ada are 2 p.m. Wednesday at Rosedale Cemetery, Rev. Dave Evans will officiate. Mrs. Lillard died Monday, September 28, 2020 at a local hospital.
- Family, friends, city mourn loss of David Ellis
- SUV crashes into house, one injured
- What is State Question 814?
- Firefighters battle blaze in Byng
- New H2O Church facility opens
- Ada defeats Tecumseh on Senior Night
- CASA swears in new advocates
- The devil's lettuce
- Ada prepares to battle huge Tecumseh team on Senior Night