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Trailblazers in women’s golf have faced prejudice and sexism, but they also have shown that they are athletic, competitive, independent and successful. Glenna Collett Vare dominated golf in the 1920s. Olympic champion Babe Didrikson Zaharias won 10 Major championships and attracted fans everywhere. Patty Berg won a record 15 Majors. Kathy Whitworth won 88 titles. The list can go on and on.

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Greater Enid PLAC is meeting for the first time at 6 p.m. March 28 in the Autry Technology Center lectorium. Special guests include State Superintendent Joy Hoffmeister; state Sen. Roland Pederson; and state Reps. John Pfeiffer, Denise Crosswhite Hader and Chad Caldwell.

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The 35th annual Expo/Farm Expo 2019 is coming up next week and visitors can expect to see a new attraction for the kids.

The goal of Read Again Open House is to invite visually impaired patrons to come “see” what the library can offer for them. Senior adults are invited to stop by between 9-11 a.m., while students and young adults are invited to stop by between 2-4 p.m.

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Two Cherokee County Detention Center employees were arrested early Wednesday morning after being involved in a non-fatal shooting at Sensations Gentlemen’s Club in Inola.

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In this week’s position black has three ways to checkmate white in two moves and several ways to checkmate white in three moves. Black is therefore holding all the cards. Nevertheless, black can give it all away with one single move. This is because white has only few moves available and its king is almost confined to f5. Please try to find that one single move and the three ways to mate in two.

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Schools around Oklahoma are attempting to account for the medical marijuana law passed last year. While policies and procedures are important, practical implementation is sometimes a little harder to tweak.

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Choosing a long-term care facility can be one of the most difficult tasks that an individual and/or their family may ever face. Ombudsmen for the Eastern Oklahoma Development District Area Agency on Aging can help provide you with information and resources to help you make an informed decision. 

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Scammers aren’t just on the phone lines anymore. As Facebook grows, so do the con artists ready to scam users out of their money.

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John Cook looked at the items before him on the table: an empty plastic bottle, cotton balls, gravel and charcoal. Separately, they may not mean much to him.

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United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians citizens working to overcome narcotics addiction can now use the tribe's new UKB Opioid Healing Project program.

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Since 1919, the American Legion has been helping members of the armed services transition back into life in the states, or even just back to their lives as civilians.

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Legislation to make English the national language was introduced earlier this month by U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., who says the English Language Unity Act is the first step to "increased communication, assimilation and the success of those legally immigrating to" the U.S.

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Police work can be an unusual and difficult process for adults to understand — even more so for teenagers. Muskogee Police Officer Brandon Garner wants to help educate teens through the revival of a Muskogee Police Department program.

The Stillwater Police Department is working to identify a man found dead Monday in east Stillwater. Police said the body of an adult male was found floating in a flood retention pond on the west side of Jardot Road, south of Elm Street.

Enid Antique Car Club and Cimarron Council, Boy Scouts of America will host the annual Boy Scouts of America Car Show, 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 30, at Garfield County Fairgrounds, 111 W. Purdue.

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The former District 27 Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force director pleaded not guilty in Cherokee County District Court March 15 after being accused of embezzlement.

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"Slam poet" Taylor Mali enchanted his audience and challenged them to see teaching through the eyes of honesty and compassion last Thursday morning in the Webb Auditorium at Northeastern State University.

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The owners of a Stillwater daycare are working to repair a wall and reopen after an alleged drunk driver smashed through their business Sunday night. Lyndal Chapman, who owns Chapman Child Care with his wife Angela, said no one was in the building when the crash occurred. The business is closed on Saturday and Sundays, he said.

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The Oklahoma State University Speakers Board revealed its spring guest to be Tyra Banks on Sunday. The supermodel-turned-show host and best-selling author will visit Gallagher-Iba Arena on April 11.

After issuance of a warrant by Stephens County District Attorney Jason Hicks, a revocation of sentence hearing is set for a man who allegedly violated probation for a charge of second-degree rape dating back to 2016.

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Finding ways to decrease the number of people imprisoned in Oklahoma sparked a strong reaction Friday among audience members and Stillwater's state legislative delegation during the monthly forum hosted by the Stillwater Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee.

It is not uncommon for a town to have more than one name as it develops through the years. Tulsa was once Tulsey, Barnsdall was first called Bigheart, and Haskell was originally known as Sawokla, just to give a few examples. Often the name change resulted from the arrival of the railroad and sometimes the change was made by the Post Office.

Spring is the season that brings the most unpredictable weather. Summer settles into heat. Autumn’s air slowly cools the earth. Winter snuggles down for its long nap, but spring’s warming trend is often reminiscent of a roller coaster! Warm days followed by cool nights followed by cold days and warm nights. The promise of sun teases the daffodils. From one day to the next, in spring it is difficult to foresee tomorrow’s climatic condition.