A group of Oklahoma liquor wholesalers and retailers, led by Boardwalk Distribution of Tulsa, applauded the Oklahoma Supreme Court for declining to hear the case against Senate Bill 608. The

Senator James Lank-ford (R-OK) issued the following statement after the US Supreme Court ruled in support of religious freedom on American Legion Et Al. v. American Humanist Assn. Et. Al.,

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Sinor personnel visited residents at Grace Living Center for its First Responders Appreciation event. Pictured, from left, are Sinor paramedic Tanya Rockhold; resident Barbara Swinney; Nicole Holt, Grace admissions coordinator;

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Students in Kelly Stephens’ first grade class presented the play, “Robert the Rose Horse” for family and friends. Pictured, from left, are Sadie Roedell, Da’marian Bailey, James Miller and Winter

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Summer Playground students enjoying free swimming lessons at Clinton’s Water Zoo on “World Swim Day.”

At next month’s meeting of the Clinton School Board members hope to vote on the way forward for the district’s school bond issue, said board member Luke Adams. Until the

Attorney General Mike Hunter today announced the terms of the $85 million settlement agreement with Israeli-based Teva Pharmaceuticals that was negotiated last month. In addition to the funds going to

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A California man was killed and a Tennessee couple seriously injured – the man critically – in single-vehicle Interstate-40 accidents over the weekend. One was an auto crash and the

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Western Oklahoma hasn’t gotten near as much rain as eastern portions of the state the last couple of weeks, but farm machinery as well as autos and motorcycles still have

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