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ENID, Okla. — Enid Public Schools and campus police Officer Mike Dods have agreed to resolve their dispute in the interest of ensuring safety of staff and students, according to a statement released by EPS.

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The Stillwater Police Department has a juvenile in custody after the shooting death of an adult male in Sunday's early morning hours. According to a press release from SPD Capt. Kyle Gibbs, officers responded to a reported assault with a deadly weapon at 4:15 a.m. on the 4100 block of W Westbrook.

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It’s not uncommon to find pests outside of the home. However, most folks aren’t too excited to find them inside their home. Fortunately, homeowners usually can control light infestations by carefully following the directions on the pesticide containers and by doing a thorough job of application.

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 Dear Readers of Our Town and far beyond, there is simply no where else on Planet Earth that is its equal for absolute sure!!

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The discovery of a children's book about World War II veteran Jack C. Montgomery brought Kathy Hamilton back home for a little while, she said.

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Autopsy photographs of a toddler stomped to death shows his liver and pancreas were split into pieces and that he suffered for several minutes before dying, a former state medical examiner testified Friday.

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A Tahlequah lawyer who once served as an assistant district attorney in Cherokee County has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of methamphetamine possession and firearm possession after a former felony conviction.

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The Teen Center was founded by the Muskogee Parks and Recreation Department in 2010 to offer safety and supervision for teens during out-of-school hours. The Teen Center is centrally located at 322 Callahan St. The building, constructed in 1937 as a WPA project, was one of the biggest armories in Oklahoma, housing two battalions.

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Tahlequah Police Chief Nate King has confirmed that two people are dead after a shooting Wednesday night, and the man involved in the domestic dispute was killed by Cherokee Nation marshals.

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah Police Chief Nate King has confirmed that two people are dead after a shooting Wednesday night, and the man involved in the domestic dispute was killed by Cherokee Nation marshals.

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Area students have found an overabundance of generosity through October donation drives for military personnel, foster families, homeless teens and other needy.

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Defense attorneys in a child abuse murder trial tried Thursday to discredit the mother of a 20-month-old victim who was stomped to death.

SALT PLAINS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Okla. — Salt Plains is once again under review by Army Corps of Engineers to ensure the area, a part of which was a former military bombing range during World War II, is safe for the public.

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EDMOND, Okla. — Words can have consequences this Veterans Day as the nation pays tribute to its service members. That’s the message Congresswoman Kendra Horn (D-Fifth District) gave this week.

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Ada police have arrested a man whose alleged threats of violence toward a district employee caused campuses to be closed district-wide Thursday.

Area residents who have past criminal convictions or have civil judgments will have an opportunity this month to learn how those likely barriers to housing and employment might be removed from public records. 

NORMAN — Deena Parsons and her mother caught a glimpse of an unusual sight during a recent stop at Lake Thunderbird — 10 endangered whooping cranes.

NORMAN — Cleveland County prosecutors laid the groundwork Wednesday for proving their case in a first-degree murder trial against a 38-year-old Noble man charged with stomping a toddler.

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A threat of an unknown cause was reported at Duncan Middle School according to a statement released by Duncan Public Schools Superintendent Tom Deighan.

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Despite feigned attempts of mental instability, Earl Oswalt Jr. would be competent to participate in his defense according to a court-ordered evaluation provided to Payne County District Court by a psychologist from the Oklahoma Forensic Center.

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Recently released campaign finance reports show the 93 Republicans in the Legislature who are up for re-election next year have built a total campaign war chest of over $2 million, or an average of about $22,800 each, as of Sept. 30.  

On this upcoming Veterans Day, Americans will pause to reflect, remember, and honor those brave Americans who have served our nation in uniform.

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Virgil Wander owns the town’s historic movie theater on a floundering Main Street in small Greenstone, Minnesota, on Lake Superior. In Leif Enger’s new novel of the same name (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2019), Virgil also serves as the city clerk, bringing his steady presence to town hall. But, even in a sleepy Midwestern town where mostly the mundane occurs, chance plays a major role. When Virgil’s car goes off the highway into the lake during an unusually early winter snowstorm, his life is changed in unexpected ways.

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The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department's decision to charge state park visitors admission fees beginning this spring has drawn mixed reactions in Cherokee County, with a number of tribal citizens saying access should still be free to Natives.

WAGONER — A former Muskogee man has been charged in the 1995 slaying of Donald Hawley following the reopening of Hawley's case in November of last year, said District 27 District Attorney Jack Thorp.

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City commissioners heard an update on the Kaw Lake water pipeline project during a Tuesday evening study session, delivered by a representative from Garver, the company tasked with engineering the water supply effort.

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A former Covington-Douglas Public Schools teacher's aide pleaded guilty Tuesday to a felony charge of sodomy and a misdemeanor count of furnishing an alcoholic beverage to a minor.

A man suspected of making a series of fake bomb threats against Enid businesses in October did so from behind bars, according to Enid Police Department.

As Oklahoma's winter days creep in, a local committee to address homelessness is tackling a warming shelter first.

Tahlequah Public Schools is listening to parents of the children it teaches, and Heritage Elementary invited families to campus Monday evening to offer resources to help improve the chances of student success.

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