Celebrating at Nance Elementary’s holiday music assembly are, from left, teacher Melissa Stewart; first-grader Zayvon Hester; Scotty Allison; teacher Kelli Stratton; Miss Michelle Avitia; and Jax Drinnon.
It’s a lot of money – nearly $428 million – but if the Oklahoma State Department of Health gets what it has asked for in its budget for the next fiscal year it will be 1.5 percent less than the department received this fiscal year.
Attorney General Mike Hunter sent a letter to Congress, asking members to take quick action on legislation that would permanently classify illicitly manufactured fentanyl and related substances as Schedule I drugs.
Homelessness, hungry children, gun violence and pollution are just a few of the issues Oklahoma students are tackling through a social studies program called Generation Citizen.
The Clinton Chapter of AMBUCS is now taking orders for its traditional candy boxes.