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The woman is accused of taking more than $15,000 belonging to Alpha Assessments and Counseling and Alpha Health and Wellness over a two-year period. She faces up to eight years imprisonment, a fine of up to $10,000 and restitution.

STILLWATER, Okla. —  Last month, the topic of a third, full-time, paid assistant coach for NCAA baseball teams became a popular subject during the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.

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EDMOND, Okla. — Close to 150,000 Oklahomans held licenses to use medical marijuana as of July 1, according to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. As a result employers have had concerns about how to handle legalities in the workplace. Two area attorneys addressing a recent Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon said the state Legislature took a large step toward clarifying the workplace laws on medical marijuana licensure and use with the Unity Bill it passed earlier this year.

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A nonprofit corporation comprised of landowners, residents and supporters who organized to "actively engage in the preservation of the Spring Creek Watershed" will celebrate its 25th anniversary and make plans for the future. 

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Bassist Russ Jones of Mason Jar Revival says he welcomes the chance to play a concert benefiting victims of late May floods.

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Donald Trump is a genius. With one tweet he caused the Democratic Party to implode on the floor of the House of Representatives, while simultaneously pushing its leadership to embrace its most radical members.

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Reported days ago, the organization made its official announcement of the deal that sent Russell Westbrook to Houston and Chris Paul and two first-round draft picks to Oklahoma City Tuesday evening.

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The Oklahoma State Chamber Research Foundation is working to ensure that the State of Oklahoma climbs to the top of the national rankings by the year 2030 but launching the OK2030 Regional Forums initiative.

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Tahlequah Mayor Sue Catron said the city may have to move "backward before we can move forward" financially, with a general revenue budget that has nearly 90 percent of its funds already allocated for personnel costs.

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A little over eight years ago, a Blue Star Mothers chapter opened in Tahlequah. It took quite a bit of background work, and Billie Walker had her hand up in the air to volunteer.

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PORTER — Porter will celebrate an abundant peach crop with pageantry, carnival rides and a new park.

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The Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism (GMACCT) will donate proceeds from the 2019 Bravado Wireless REAL. Okie Championship APT Pro Golf Tournament to eight local charities; a total donation of $23,900.

The condition of both drivers was listed as apparently normal, according to the report, and the cause was "fail to yield from stop sign." Both drivers were wearing seat belts.

Bishop asked the man if he had been naked in his yard holding a red gas can, according to the affidavit. The man said he did not own a red gas can.

I like Sen. Elizabeth Warren's idea of solving the border glut by halting the practice of jailing border crossers who have only violated civil law.

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Assistant Fire Marshal Bill Moss said they have not determined the source of the fire and that they may not be able to, although they do know it was an electrical fire that started on the front porch.

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NORMAN, Okla. – An assistant principal at Norman High School has been arrested on a sexual assault complaint by a woman who said he drugged and assaulted her at his home two months ago.

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For the first time in five years, Oklahoma State will head into its fall camp with uncertainty as to who will be the starting quarterback.

One of the country’s largest opioid manufacturers needs to pay the price for bringing pain, death, despair and addiction into the state, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter argued Monday.

Beginning the college admissions process can be stressful and confusing for high school students, but the Cherokee Nation Foundation has been hosting a week-long camp at Northeastern State University for those hoping to standout among other college hopefuls.

Muskogee Medical Center Authority trustees signed off this week on a second $825,000 loan that will provide the means to replace the remainder of police department's aging fleet of patrol cars. 

Funding for a turnover audit requested by Muskogee County Treasurer Robyn Boswell after she took office July 1 likely will be included with appropriations to her office for fiscal year 2020.

The Department of Veterans Affairs is partnering with Eufaula/Canadian Tribal Town to host a VA claims event to identify and assist veterans who may have presumptive disabilities and who might be eligible for a VA pension. The event will be from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. July 23, Eufaula Indian Community Building, 800 Birkes Road, Eufaula. This event is free.

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Residents will have the chance to battle it out and win cash for themselves and their favorite school or charity, all while supporting a good cause.

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Cherokee Nation District 3 Tribal Councilor David Walkingstick proposed legislation to give tribal employees a raise during an Executive and Finance Committee meeting Tuesday, but it failed to get onto the agenda.

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SEMINOLE [ndash] Services for Matthew Paul "Matt" Hatton (aka King MF Smiley), 25, of Seminole are at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Criswell Funeral Home Chapel. Bill Burns will officiate. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery, Ada. The family will receive friends and relatives from 5 to 7 …