Start the year by saving lives! January is National Blood Donor Month, and Oklahoma Blood Institute is urging all healthy Oklahomans, ages 16 and up, to take only about an hour of their time to give blood. Each blood donation can save the lives of up to three patients.
An earlier version of this photograph appearing in the Tuesday, Jan. 15 edition of The Ada News misspelled the first name of Ada arts patron Cora West. She is Cora, not Cory. We are republishing the photo today with a corrected caption.
The Joint Call-A-Ride Committee is continuing to study ways to make Call-A-Ride better in the future.
January is National Blood Donor Month, and Oklahoma Blood Institute is urging all healthy Oklahomans, ages 16 and up, to take only about an hour of their time to give blood.
For the first time ever, many Oklahoma hospitals are posting their prices online for every service or item they offer, creating a consumer menu.
Please plan to join the Pontotoc County Democrats for our first meeting of the year! We will discuss the upcoming year and our plans for increasing voter awareness in Pontotoc County.
Ada officials got the green light Tuesday, Jan. 13, to move forward with plans for several capital improvement projects, including upgrades to the Wintersmith Park and Glenwood pools.
An Ada police officer wanted in a domestic violence case has surrendered to authorities.
Dressed to impress, more than 100 Cherokee County students participated in the 4-H Appropriate Dress competition Tuesday morning in the Cherokee County Community Building.
Holly Leigh Girard had her first facial 17 years ago and she became hooked on the experience.
Lost in the din and rhetoric during the debate over the much-needed border wall are the real stories. Stories of the real heartache of the horrific cost of illegal immigration. The cost of the loss of innocent human life. While one side prefers to play politics over the issue, President Trump on Friday put a human face on the misery of what has shamefully become a political game.
Air Force JROTC at Enid High had fallen apart, and there didn't seem to be any way to put it back together. All that was left to do was shut it down.
The rollercoaster otherwise known as the stock market did not diverge from its usual operations in 2018, as investors saw an up-and-down year and likely expect the same in 2019.
All of Caleb Brewer's training as a paramedic didn't prepare him for what happened Monday.
In a short regular meeting Tuesday night, Enid City Commission unanimously voted to authorize a $57.7 million loan to pay for a portion of the Kaw Lake water pipeline project.
The partial government shutdown has forced the closure of the campgrounds at Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California due to health and safety concerns.
Police told local media that the dogs had been so severely starved, their rib cages and hip bones were clearly visible.
An officer pointed a taser at the man before arresting him, according to local media.
President Donald Trump started the new year with an old tune, blasting Democrats for not supporting a border wall.
The Chinese heritage float caught fire and temporarily stopped the parade.
The U.S. Marine Corps said the incident occurred at 5 a.m. in a news release, but otherwise did not detail the circumstances surrounding it.
Falcons fire offensive coordinator Steve Sarkasian, defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel , special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong after 7-9 finish
This Week's Circulars
- Ada police officer wanted in domestic violence case
- Collision closes SH1 east of Ada
- Shawnee woman dies in wreck near Konawa
- Ada police officer surrenders in domestic violence case
- Six arrested in Tanglewood shooting incident
- Ada man charged with child abuse by injury
- Chickasaw Nation Dance Studio takes "Best of Show" at Kansas City competition
- Arkansas man accused of raping local girls
- Double technical saves day for Cougars
- Latta High School announces 2018-2019 first semester honor rolls