The 88,276 deleted names of registered voters include those who haven’t voted in several election cycles and didn’t respond to an address confirmation mailing from the state.
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It wasn’t publicized locally, but within the past few years teams of health officials at two Oklahoma health facilities took rapid actions to contain the spread of a fungal “superbug” that federal officials have declared a serious global health threat.
With decorum and civility tossed out the window in the Beltway, it should come as no surprise when the rancor and crassness trickle down to communities. A prime example was on full display here Monday night.
State transportation officials abandoned an unpopular plan to reroute through traffic on U.S. 69 around the west side of Muskogee, opting instead to address operational and safety issues in a manner "more representative of the community's desires."
Stillwater residents who want to raise a few chickens in their backyards will soon have the legal right to do so. On Monday, the Stillwater City Council approved the second reading of an ordinance that allows hens to be kept on residential lots within the city limits.
The public school classroom is no place to carry out a political statement. That’s really what House Bill 2336 amounts to – a bill that lowers training requirements for school personnel to carry a firearm. It has moved through Senate Committee after passing the House last month.
Two days after testifying in federal court about the discovery of three boxes of lost evidence from a 1984 murder case, Ada Police Chief Mike Miller, a 38-year veteran of the force, announced his retirement effective May 17.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections officials are asking for the public’s help in locating a Pontotoc County woman who “walked away” from a minimum security facility in 2016.