Legislation was recently filed which prohibits any municipality in Oklahoma to adopt a sanctuary policy. Under the bill, any city or town that enacts such a policy would be ineligible for state funding through agencies and grants.

Patients get ‘hands-on’ care

First Care Rehab staff always ready to deliver care are, from left, Burgundy Howes, PT; Angel Laver, PT tech; Tamara Powell, owner; Brand Hartsell, owner; Kathy Plummer, office manager; Kathy Cole, PTA; and Stephanie Radke, PTA.

Free, friendly delivery

At Salisbury Drug, pharmacist intern Cadren Reed prepares to deliver prescriptions to customers.

Attention to detail

Patient Marina Ray gets a checkup from APRNCNP Kristy Baker at Westview Health Clinic.

Skin cancer remains a deadly disease in the United States. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest that approximately 5.5 million skin cancer diagnoses and 15,000 deaths will occur this year, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation.

When you think of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, it would be hard not to think of aspirin — one of the most common, useful, safe, and effective OTC medicines in the world.

Wide range of treatments offered

At TheraWest, PT and athletic trainer Ben Hill does core stabilization exercises with patient Erin Fischer on a quantum cable machine. Their office also offers physical and aquatic therapies.

CMS students selected for honor band

Clinton Middle School musicians who rehearsed and were selected for the Shortgrass Honor Band are, from left, Luke Coleman, Race Elliott, Gisselle Perez, Joel Badillo, Gabby Zelaya, Brendan Bishop, Kalyssa Staggs, Morgan Clayton, Maia Stewart, Adrean Rodriguez, Alex Guzman, Hayden Clark and Omar