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I have had many calls about neighbors with pit bull dogs chained in backyard and not cared for properly. Or the person went to jail and dogs weren't being taken care of. Why anyone would get a pit bull and chain it is beyond me. This and a pit/Lab mix are the major dogs dumped. 

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Back when I was a kid, the day after Thanksgiving was exciting, but not because of the shopping. 

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The $2.1 million project is a collaborative effort between Enid Public Schools and Northwestern Oklahoma State University, which promises to benefit both, NWOSU-Enid Dean Wayne McMillin said.

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Spring Creek's drying up, and wells that once produced "sweet, good water" are caving in.

That seemed to be a common theme that cropped up Thursday when Oklahoma Agriculture Board members made their first trip to the area to witness for the first time the impact they have had on northeastern Oklahoma.

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"It's always just a privilege for all of us to get the chance to spend a week here in Enid, America, and enjoy the hospitality of friends, friendships, new friends old friends." — Greg Hart, a member of the past shooter board with the Grand National Quail Foundation

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A high-speed pursuit ended Thursday in McAlester after a tactical vehicle interception was performed on U.S. Highway 69.

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Rooks can act like scissors. They can slice open a position and decapitate an enemy king as they crisscross across the board. With this hint in mind, please try to find white’s best move.

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Adam Lynn looks forward to upcoming Civil War-era concert scheduled for Saturday at the Honey Springs Battlefield and Visitor Center.

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NORMAN — It's hard to do anything in today's world without an ID. For many homeless people, it's another challenge.

It isn't that Islanders want to hold themselves apart from the rest of Enid and its own cultures and customs, EHS senior Ezola Hong said, as people sometimes think is the case with the Marshallese. As far as the club is concerned, it's more a matter of not losing sight in what makes the Marshallese unique, the cultural influences that play a part in shaping who they are, and to see these differences as a positive thing worth celebrating.

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A deal sealed Wednesday between Arkansas and Oklahoma outlines a commitment to address water quality concerns within the Illinois River Basin, which straddles both states.

While monitoring traffic coming to and from the Heritage Inn Motel on Nov. 10, Tahlequah Police Department officers arrested a sex offender with more than 4 grams of methamphetamine and a large sum of money in his possession.

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Today's popular footwear includes sneakers, boots, high heels, flip-flops and other shoes, but for years, Native Americans' shoes of choice were moccasins.

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NOT EVERYONE knows how to use a firearm, but students in Cherokee County are reportedly flourishing, as the new 4-H Shooting Team won a state competition this year.

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Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizens rapidly organized a response to the tribal government's repeal of a 2015 law that created an independent and free press, gathering signatures needed to launch an initiative petition for a referendum on the repeal.

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An alert from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections led to officers intercepting an alleged planned drop of narcotics on prison grounds in McAlester.

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After recently being diagnosed with cancer, Jim Wilson, a former Democratic state senator and veteran of the Vietnam War, died Sunday on Veterans Day. He was 71.

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JUST BEFORE the annual Tahlequah Veterans Day Parade took to the streets Saturday, a wreath-laying ceremony downtown at Cherokee Square brought members of local organizations together to pay solemn tribute to service members.

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Muskogee police shot and killed a Ponca City man Monday after he allegedly pulled a gun while officers attempted to arrest him, according to a news release from Muskogee Police Department Public Information Officer Lincoln Anderson.

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Early Learning Center first-graders have spent the past several weeks getting their hands and voices ready for Fort Gibson's annual Veterans Day program.

One person was injured Sunday when a Chinook helicopter, operated by the Oklahoma National Guard, landed during the Veterans Day Memorial Parade and Ceremony at Reaves Park, city of Norman officials said.

A need to help disadvantaged children have a better life motivated Edmond resident Thomas Guild to write his newly released autobiography, “Abandonment, Adoption, and the Search for Identity.”

HARTSHORNE — Warren Puckett can still fit into his U.S. Navy uniform — and the science teacher put it on again Monday to participate in Veterans Day activities at Hartshorne Public Schools.

Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park is scanning those letters for a public collection and will honor Utsler in a Legacy Award presentation during the "Celebrate America" concert at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Central National Bank Center.

Oklahoma smokers are encouraged to quit tobacco for a day, or a lifetime, during the Great American Smokeout on Nov. 15. Since 1970, the annual event has represented a new start for tobacco users around the country.

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All the banks and most businesses remained closed on Nov. 11, 1918, but it was not due to a financial crisis in Muskogee. In the early hours of the morning, the Monday edition of the Muskogee Daily Phoenix hit the streets. Its banner headlines announced the signing of an armistice signaling the end of the world war.