The Chimney Hill chapter of DAR met on Jan. 8. Chapter Regent Mary Scalf called the meeting to order.
Construction workers are putting the finishing touches on Arlington Gardens apartment complex, located next to the Oklahoma Department of Human Services office on Arlington Street.
Lawmakers are considering if the state’s public pension systems are finally healthy enough to give tens of thousands of retirees their first cost-of-living-adjustment in over a decade.
Spiritual healer and holistic life coach Desiree Blankenship is collaborating with the Veterans Rally Point organization on a project designed to help veterans explore alternatives to traditional medicines.
New Hope Lighthouse, 700 W. Smith in Stratford, will host a chili cook-off and cake and pie auction.
All non-emergency offices at the city of Ada will be closed Monday in observance of the Presidents Day holiday.
It’s been almost a year since the family and friends of Ada resident Britney Tiger say they have seen her smiling face, heard her laugh or embraced her in a hug — all things they will never experience with her again.
The Ada Board of Education discussed three possible calendars for the 2019-20 school year on Monday but did not vote on any of them.
Casey Gwinn, President of Alliance For Hope International, a California-based nonprofit that assists victims of abuse, said he began to study the connection between domestic abuse and people who shoot police officers a few years ago.
PEARL HARBOR – Modern attack submarines are the most technologically advanced and capable undersea warfighters in the world. Operating these highly complex submarines require sailors from the U.S. Navy’s submarine community, also known as the ‘Silent Service.’
We applaud all municipal candidates for running clean, respectful, issue-oriented campaigns free of mudslinging and without resorting to name-calling.
A McAlester man was charged after he is alleged to have kidnapped an individual and held him at gunpoint in a field before allegedly stealing a phone and a tablet from the man.
McAlester police officers should soon be better-equipped to handle any police-pursuit situations that come their way.
In 1958, a tall, well-dressed woman appeared on the television show "What’s My Line," completely stumping panelists attempting to guess her occupation. Her name was Mary Golda Ross, a female engineer and mathematical genius whose role in early days of spaceflight is largely unknown.
"It's (a show) that people have really asked to see a lot over the years, so I thought it would be kind of fun. And I thought it would be a little bit of a challenge in the political climate, because the show is set in the '50s ... so times are very different." — director Tammy Wilson
The Lord knew what He was doing then and I am confident He knows what He’s doing now. He knows the path He set before me. I need to trust Him as I’ve done so many times before.
CULLMAN COUNTY, ALA. — One of the five employees of the Henry Pratt Co. plant in Aurora, Illinois, killed Friday by a co-worker grew up in Holly Pond, Alabama. He was identified as plant manager Josh Pinkard, 37.
RUSSIAVILLE, Ind. -- For the last four years, Bailey Brazzel has gone to Carver Tax Service in this tiny Indiana town to have her taxes done by Nancy Fivecoate, who runs the business.
ST. PETER, Minn. — A female security guard at the state sex offender treatment center here has been charged with sexually assaulting a male patient committed as a sexually dangerous person.
METHUEN, Mass. – A 12-year-old boy student has been arrested and charged for making an online threat to “shoot up” a local grade school and target an undisclosed employee, Methuen Police reported Monday.
SALEM, Mass. – The Democratic congressman who led a failed attempt to topple Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House says he may join the increasingly crammed crowd of candidates seeking his party’s presidential nomination.
IRONTON, Ohio – Police in this Ohio River town report a 2-year-old boy died from an apparent drug overdose and that they have arrested a 36-year-old man in connection with the case.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York Democrats stood firmly in support of the state's new, broader abortion law Wednesday in the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s scathing criticism that it is an assault on the right to life.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York Democrats stood firmly in support of the state's new, broader abortion law Wednesday despite President Donald Trump’s scathing criticism of it as an immoral assault on the right to life.
This Week's Circulars
- Sheriff, OSBI investigating Ada homicide
- Vigil planned in memory of Ada woman
- Stonewall woman found guilty in 2017 child molestation case
- Morris retains council seat
- Morris seeking fourth term on Ada City Council
- Sheriff, OSBI investigating Ada homicide
- Ada man held without bond in kidnapping, domestic violence case
- On this day in 2015, police called to Ada High School again
- Washington edges host Latta on last-second shot
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