NORMAN — The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office recently announced a new drone program and the use of three unmanned aerial systems to help in search and rescue efforts.
STILLWATER — Bedlam meetings are supposed to be unpredictable. They are supposed to be wild and intense — and often they are meaningful.
Facebook’s Oversight Board has both applauded and admonished Facebook for clamping a gag order on former President Trump the day after his supporters laid siege to the national Capitol.
The animal collective at Three Forks Nature Center in Sequoyah State Park gained two new family members recently, becoming a main hub for wildlife education in Cherokee County.
An overnight tornado that seemed to literally come out of nowhere put a scare into a whole lot of folks as it touched down not once but twice early Wednesday near Pauls Valley.
In the Disney movie "Anastasia," Bartok, the bat, tells his master and friend “Stress — it’s a killer, sir.” His friend was upset over his failed plan.
TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation leaders joined county commissioners from Muskogee and Cherokee counties to cut the ribbon on a $6.3 million road and bridge project Friday near Fort Gibson.
Board members decided to close Cimarron Montessori School after facing years of declining enrollment, serious structural issues to its 120-year-old building and “financial improprieties,” according to an announcement Tuesday on its website.
Camaraderie and smoky, BBQ aromas filled the air at the Stride Bank Center as dozens of teams took place in the 16th annual Hanor Smokin’ Red Dirt BBQ.
Here we are in the middle of spring already, with a cold front facing us as we speak on Tuesday. Some people are not aware of this, though migration actually begins in February with waterfowl, swallows, and Sandhill Cranes just to name a few. We’ll see more activity with the shorebirds that have been visiting for the past month with some early birds, including several that we don’t normally catch in these parts like Tuesday’s Piping Plover. Neotropic migrants are pushing down on the gas pedal and there have been several first of the year aficionados posted in the usual spots.
Out of sight, out of mind — the idiom might account for the fact that every American throws away more than 1,700 pounds of garbage a year.
The rain put a damper on the first day of the Third annual Linney Breaux’s and Kroner & Baer Crawfish Festival in downtown Tahlequah Friday, but it didn’t kill the Cajun spirit.
A Stephens County jury this week handed down a “not guilty” verdict in a Duncan case dating back to 2019 in which a woman was allegedly shot in the face.
Enid Police Department has increased patrols near Enid Skate Park after receiving numerous complaints from the public about activities happening there.
“There’s an old adage that says when you know better, you have to do better,” said Hannibal B. Johnson. “Once your eyes have been open, it’s impossible to close them again.”
During her first news conference, Jennie Baranczyk wasn’t shy about her first task as Oklahoma’s head women’s basketball coach.
Melony Carey said she sought to tell Alice Robertson's "whole story" when she helped move the pioneer educator's display to another part of the Three Rivers Museum.
New owner Purvish Kothari signed the title transfer Friday after six weeks of negotiating the sale with its former owners, Dr. Atul Patel and his mother, Anuj Patel, who had been constructing the hotel for the last three years.
Although the pandemic has affected their process, Cherokee citizens Brad Wagnon and Alex Stephenson will have two new children’s books released this August.
Hartshorne 9-year-old Sydnie Wynn Graves solidified her third consecutive trip to Las Vegas for the Junior World Finals Rodeo with a victory in Saturday’s KK Run For Vegas / Barrel Bash youth championship in Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
Oklahoma State women’s soccer coaches and players sat patiently waiting on the Neal Patterson Stadium grass to see if their name would be announced as one of the 48 teams in this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Sequoyah State Park invites the public to experience the accessible and whimsical Fantastical Forest: Flora and Fauna outdoor exhibit, Earth Day through June 10.
One of my all-time favorite bands had broken up before I ever had a chance to hear them — but I later liked them so much, I've listened to three of the band members ever since, both with other groups and as solo artists.
NORMAN — When the pandemic hit Oklahoma last March, shuttering schools, Morgan Dragg was just a week into her student teaching at Roosevelt Elementary.
NORMAN — Seated on the floor she will soon grace as Oklahoma’s women’s basketball coach, Jennie Baranczyk had her husband and three children by her side and parents behind her.
Muskogee Police Department has recognized Officer Jordy Woolsey as its Officer of the Year for 2020. Muskogee Exchange Club honored Woolsey at a luncheon on April 13.
A McAlester woman was charged this week in tribal court after being accused in 2019 of abusing and neglecting a 5-year-old boy investigators said looked like "a 75-year-old man" when examined at the hospital.
A Mooreland juvenile was killed when a car was struck by a semi approximately one mile west of Mooreland in Woodward County Tuesday night, April 13, 2021, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
On March 27 Enid residents got their “Little Sister” back on the courthouse Square, and Tuesday night the Boy Scout responsible for putting her there got his Eagle.
Muskogee Public Library is partnering with Green Country Workforce Board, formerly Eastern Workforce Board, to offer an online program to help teens prepare for life outside of school.
After a few years of working to establish an esports community in Tahlequah, local gamers recently took home two second-place finishes from the Oklahoma eSports League state tournament, and two gamers were offered scholarships to continue their video-game careers in college.
STILLWATER – The cost to rent cropland held steady through the pandemic last year while pasture rentals fell slightly overall, according to the latest studies by Oklahoma State University Extension.
This Week's Circulars
ADA [ndash] Services for Joe David Roberts, 92, of Ada are 2 p.m., Friday, May 14, 2021 at Fitzhugh Baptist Church, Rev. Steve Wilburn will officiate. Burial will follow at East Hill Cemetery in Roff, OK. The family will receive friends from 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Thursday, May 13, 2021 at Criswell…
ADA [ndash] Services will be held at a later date for Glen T. Barrett, 81, of Ada. Mr. Barrett died Saturday, May 8, 2021 at an Ada hospital. Survivors include his wife, Janet Barrett of the home.
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