One of my all-time favorite bands had broken up before I ever had a chance to hear them — but I later liked them so much, I've listened to three of the band members ever since, both with other groups and as solo artists.
NORMAN — When the pandemic hit Oklahoma last March, shuttering schools, Morgan Dragg was just a week into her student teaching at Roosevelt Elementary.
Muskogee Police Department has recognized Officer Jordy Woolsey as its Officer of the Year for 2020. Muskogee Exchange Club honored Woolsey at a luncheon on April 13.
A murder charge against a suspect, accused of killing a Pauls Valley teenager missing since 2019, was recently dismissed because his alleged crime occurred on Native American land.
A McAlester woman was charged this week in tribal court after being accused in 2019 of abusing and neglecting a 5-year-old boy investigators said looked like "a 75-year-old man" when examined at the hospital.
A Mooreland juvenile was killed when a car was struck by a semi approximately one mile west of Mooreland in Woodward County Tuesday night, April 13, 2021, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
On March 27 Enid residents got their “Little Sister” back on the courthouse Square, and Tuesday night the Boy Scout responsible for putting her there got his Eagle.
Muskogee Public Library is partnering with Green Country Workforce Board, formerly Eastern Workforce Board, to offer an online program to help teens prepare for life outside of school.
After a few years of working to establish an esports community in Tahlequah, local gamers recently took home two second-place finishes from the Oklahoma eSports League state tournament, and two gamers were offered scholarships to continue their video-game careers in college.
STILLWATER – The cost to rent cropland held steady through the pandemic last year while pasture rentals fell slightly overall, according to the latest studies by Oklahoma State University Extension.
NORMAN — As the weekend gradually ushered in warm weather and sunny skies, thousands of Norman and metro residents filtered in and out of Reaves Park, enjoying the return of the city’s Medieval Fair and the revival of the city’s festival lineup after a season away.
NORMAN — The arrival of spring means an increase in sneezing, congestion and scratchy throats for many Oklahoma City metro residents due to allergies.
NORMAN — As Oklahoma started administering the COVID-19 vaccine, the state quickly launched into the top 10 in the country in vaccines administered per capita.
How many of you began your objective scientific study of birds using one of the most common of them — the American Robin? It has been said that the robin knows, but knows what?
WINCHESTER — Amy Thrower found some solace in the fact that a meatpacking plant being built in a town incorporated decades ago to keep industrial development at bay was "at the furthest point possible" from her family's home.
While the pandemic caused many things to slow down or stop, according to the American Red Cross, home fires continue and, in fact, since January 2021, increased 40 percent, compared to this time last year.
The resignations of Principal Shane Dent and Assistant Principal Joey Reinart will go into effect June 30, Chisholm Superintendent Chad Broughton said.
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – An institution in Oklahoma's Indian Country hosted a Zoom conversation March 31 with a University of Texas at El Paso professor, who detailed the history and public memory of the Washita Massacre as an example of how Indigenous stories are silenced.
Greek organizations have been a part of American universities for hundreds of years, and while many may think fondly of their time as a part of “Greek Life,” a fair share of members report negative experiences due to hazing.
Christina Gungoll Lepore will be based out of Washington to help advance state-based initiatives and help ensure a strong state-federal partnership, according to a release Tuesday from the governor’s office.
Relishing the moment, dog lovers basked under the sun around Northeastern State University’s Beta Field Saturday, with hot dogs in hand. They came to enjoy a day in the park and donate to a good cause.
Wyma McMath smiles as a front-end loader takes another pallet full of food boxes out of a semi-truck trailer with a long line of cars rolling through a giveaway event.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Four years after being barred from giving a routine legislative prayer, Imad Enchassi stood before Senate lawmakers, making history.
Wade Burleson is ready for another calling when he retires from the pulpit at Emmanuel Enid on Feb. 2, 2022, marking the end of a 30-year tenure at Enid's largest church.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Following the IRS’ lead, the state Tax Commission has extended the deadline for Oklahomans to pay their state income taxes without penalty by two months.
WILBURTON — Students in Eastern Oklahoma State College’s nursing program are making an impact on the community with their assistance administering vaccination shots effective against COVID-19.
Of all the things I wanted to be as a child, my fondest dream was to be Annie Oakley. I owned a hat, a gun, and a horse, and channeled Annie whenever I could. So, you can imagine the thrill when I stumbled across Andromeda Romano-Lax’s new novel “Annie and the Wolves” (Soho Press, 2021), one of two new Western-themed novels written by women.
Of the many things Hunter’s Home showcases for its guests, others take place more behind the scenes. The bees raised on the property fall into that category, but over the past few weeks, the hives have suffered a severe drop in numbers, as the cold wiped out nine of the 10 hives on the property.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Starting Monday, all Oklahomans 16 and older will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, state health officials announced Tuesday.
The Cherokee County Health Services Council’s Rural Communities Opioid Response Program is offering two free training sessions, according to Activities Coordinator Marcus Buchanan.
MUSKOGEE – A gunman killed five children, ages 1 to 9, and his 24-year-old brother in a mass shooting early Tuesday at a home in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where they all lived together, along with the mother of the children.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – A gunman killed five children, ages 1 to 9, and his 24-year-old brother in a mass shooting early Tuesday at a home in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where they all lived together, along with the mother of the children.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Health care workers with active cases of COVID-19 can continue to work in short-staffed hospitals and long-term care facilities as long as they’re not showing any symptoms, state health officials said Tuesday.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Dr. Jared Taylor is blunt and clear-spoken about his assessment of COVID-19, but his take is distinctly nonpartisan.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State leaders unveiled Thursday a color-coded map designed to help Oklahomans make more informed decisions about the COVID-19 pandemic.
TULSA, Okla. — As supporters poured into the BOK Center for President Donald Trump’s campaign rally late Saturday afternoon, a crowd of about 100 people in support of the Black Lives Matter movement gathered a mile away at Franklin Hope Reconciliation Park to peacefully protest the rally’s timing while voicing messages of unity and racial equality.
An emergency declaration that took effect at midnight Friday has been amended after businesses reported their employees were being threatened with physical harm by members of the public who didn't want to wear face coverings.
This Week's Circulars
Verlin "Don" Luster, 87, died April 16, 2021. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at the Friends Chapel in Coyle. Interment will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery. Strode Funeral Home.
- Three killed Saturday night in S.H. 33 wreck near Perkins
- Moving forward: City of Stillwater to restart clearing and leveling of Block 34
- Nonbinary lawmaker feels singled out after wardrobe challenged
- Stillwater's Dunn one of two OSU Fulbright award winners
- Kilpatrick reflects on 1-year anniversary of cancer diagnosis
- Lt. John Charles retires from SPD after lengthy career
- Prepping for Prom: Stillwater YMCA dress drive offers free formalwear for local girls
- Q5: Stillwater community invited to attend re-opening celebration at Stillwater Creek
- Oklahoma State unveils esports arena
- Oklahoma pauses Johnson & Johnson vaccine amid new complications