Thinking of Santa

Ethan Zatarian anxiously awaits an answer to his Santa letter.

Festive attire

Geneva Gonzalez-Garcia is dressed up for the Nance holiday music assembly.

Nance Christmas program entertains families, friends

Entertaining the crowds at Nance’s annual Christmas program are, from left, Danielle French, Kole Rutz, Jacob Chittum, Payne Holt, Damars Ellis, Brently Sorter, Jennifer Tovar, Opal Smith and Rylen Brown.


Attorney General Hunter, along with 53 other attorneys general, have sent a letter to the heads of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, urging action on federal legislation that would effectively address illegal scam calls.

Holiday cheer

Clinton High School Key Club member Ciara Mathews works on a blanket that will be given to Mission House.

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.

‘Tis the season for magical moments

Waving to the crowds at the Festival of Lights Parade are, from left, Tinley Moore and Kimber Cornette on the Shepherd Home Health float; and Audrey Kauk, Asher Nicholson, Hutton Nicholson and Harper Nicholson on the Pepsi Event Center float.

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.