Thirty-one employees have been laid off at the Stillwater Armstrong Flooring plant, the News Press has confirmed. The move has been attributed…
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KANSAS, Okla. — Residents concerned about air quality near poultry feeding operations near homes and schools in northeastern Oklahoma expect to learn by January whether funding will be awarded for a study proposed by University of Oklahoma researchers.
Amid the constant buzz of partisan politics in Washington, D.C. surrounding impeachment talk, the government’s role in an individual’s health …
The boat isn’t much — an aluminum tray, a copper coil, and a tea candle — but it sputters along the water anyway, to the cheering amazement of the spectating eighth-graders. Of course they’re excited; after all, they built the boat.
New polyethylene water lines are starting to replace Fort Gibson's old, steel-cast lines.
Production of all those trash-clothes demands the labor of 40.3 million slaves, 71% of whom are women, according to a Global Slavery Index 2018 report.
Dick Morris has been "clowning around" for Muskogee for 46 years, he said, as Hi-Bi The Clown. Along the way, he also started 11 businesses, three of which turned out to create millions of dollars in revenue.
The e-Farm Management website has resources for producers to learn about financial management topics along with production, marketing, and ris…
Stephen Morton, who provides a vital service for residents of Muskogee on a daily basis throughout the year, was awarded on Thursday the 2019 Roy Tucker Award of Excellence.