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Salvador Rodrigues of Hinton, left, sells a watermelon to longtime Clinton resident Frances Hoffman. Rodrigues sells a variety of melons along Gary Boulevard.

A new law takes effect Nov. 1 that will better protect stranded motorists and wrecker services on Oklahoma roads and highways. The legislation, by Senate principal author, Sen. Brent Howard,

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Junior Service League officers for 2019-2020 are, from left, Kelli Williams, secretary; Stormie Hill, president; Tayler Hartman, vice president; Rebekah Hill, assistant to the assistant vice president; Merlanda Dorman, assistant

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Western Technology Center’s STEM Academy Coat Ceremony welcomed new students into the two-year Biomedical program. Juniors and seniors pictured are, front row from left, Kerri Helt, Lindsey Hernandez, Karissa Whiteshirt,

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is releasing the results of an annual survey conducted throughout the state to assess vaccination coverage and exemption status of children enrolled in

Senators James Lank-ford (R-OK), Jim Inhofe (R-OK), and Representative Tom Cole (R-OK) today applauded the Department of Health and Human Services announcement that Oklahoma has earned two grants from the

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 SENIOR EVENT: Quilting at the Senior Citizens Center. This event is open to all seniors. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. MEETING: Al-Anon New Beginnings will be hosted at First

Heating accounts for more than 34 percent of all annual utility usage, so it makes sense to ensure your heating system is in tiptop shape. One easy thing you can