Oklahoma National Guard’s 1245th Transportation Company comes home for Memorial Day...
“Click It or Ticket.”
Memorial Day 2019: We remember
Sandy Bixler unwrapped a blue leather flip case and opened it, revealing a Purple Heart medal, a fireman’s badge and other items.
Glenda Sallee’s first experience as a foster parent was in 2012, when her family took in four children whom Sallee knew through her church.
In pictures: Leadership Youniversity graduation
Congratulations to the 2019 Roff High School graduates for their accomplishment and to the 2019 Roff High baseball team for winning the Class A State Championship for the third year in a row.
Chickasaw citizen and college student Kaitlyn Tingle will have a booth for the second year in a row at the annual Artesian Arts Festival.
Despite the inflammatory mixture of fact, fear and lies that has woven its way deeply into America’s body politic, there are few signs of significantly shifting attitudes in the heartland on who should be elected the nation’s president in 2020.
Grant County Emergency Management Director Brandon Fetters said now they are just waiting to see what the latest round of storms will bring in terms of rainfall.
"This is not what I planned." Her body seems ready to retire, but she isn't, she said, never expected she'd have to. "Nor did I ever think I'd live this long. I never ever thought about it, I just kept on plugging along." — Velda Rivenburg
The chatter of a rise in vagrancy or homelessness in Tahlequah has been happening for a couple of years - or decades, depending on who is asked - and that talk is leading to the beginnings of change.
The Cherokee Nation Election Commission on Thursday disqualified District 8 Tribal Council candidate Jodie Fishinghawk from the June 1 election.
For the first time ever, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a piece of legislation that would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to dismantle discrimination of LGBTQ people. The Equality Act would grant women and the LGBTQ community rights already guaranteed for all Americans. With a passage of 236-173, the U.S. House sends the bill to the Senate for possible amendments, debate and vote of final passage.
With tick season underway, area residents who venture outdoors should be aware of the impact the tiny insects can have on people and pets.
President Barack Obama withdrew American combat forces from Iraq in 2011, and by 2014, they would be deployed to assist the Iraqi forces in their fight against the Islamic State in northern and western Iraq.
KASOTA, Minn. – It wasn’t just another high school commencement for Frank and Connie Weber. The last of their 16 children received her diploma, ending a remarkable era of sibling graduations for the Weber family.
DELPHI, Ind. – A second day of desperate searching for a small boy playing in a park and carried away by a rain-swollen creek in this small northwest Indiana town turned up no sign of the youth, authorities said Friday.
EFFINGHAM, Ill. -- If the humorous way to avoid eating too much chocolate is to melt it, Effingham, Illinois, was the place to be.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Aspirations that the new conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn the decision legalizing abortion nationwide have energized Alabama Republicans to consider a clear-cut case.
CROSSVILLE, Tenn. – A city police officer assigned to a Tennessee elementary school was credited Tuesday with uncovering an apparent plot by at least two sixth graders to carry out a school shooting and their suicides.
BOSTON -- Nearly every elected official in Massachusetts, from the governor to members of town boards, recite the phase "so help me, God" when taking the oath of office.
DELPHI, Ind. – Authorities Monday released a faintly fuzzy, 3-second video of a double murder suspect taken by one of the two schoolgirl victims before her death more than two years ago near this small Indiana town.
BOSTON – Popular legislation to ban tackle football in Massachusetts for kids through seventh grade has stirred vigorous opposition from youth league players, coaches and parents.
This Week's Circulars
ADA [ndash] Services for Sharon Marie Sherrell, 75, of Ada are at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Criswell Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Reno Dye will officiate. Burial will follow at Rosedale Cemetery. Ms. Sherrell passed away Sunday, May 19, 2019, at her home.
ADA [ndash] Melvin Dale Haworth, 85, of Ada went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Sunday, May 19, 2019, following a brief illness. A celebration of life service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Ada, with the Rev. Jerry Wells will officiate. Burial …
- In pictures: Byng, Vanoss host 2019 commencement ceremonies
- Local Athletic Camps
- Kylie Byrd earns DVM from Oklahoma State University
- In pictures: Latta High School class of 2019 Commencement
- Calvin's Howell goes from alternate to All-Stater
- Ada High students receive aviation scholarships
- 3-point Shoot Out, Slam Dunk contests nearly steal the show
- Fanning part of latest Coalgate Hall of Famers
- OSU softball team upsets Florida State
- In pictures: The 1245th comes home for Memorial Day