‘Yes Virginia’ onstage Friday

In a scene from “Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus,” opening Friday at Southwest Playhouse, from left are actors Benjamin Dobbs, Malynda Blevins and Brandt Arganbright.

Soggy marchers enjoy Homecoming

Marching in the Homecoming parade are, from left, Tania Perez, Dominque Rios, Angel Perez, Roy Reyes and Hector Garcia.

Attorney General Mike Hunter and Gov. Kevin Stitt have released the following statements after the state met with tribal officials to begin discussions over gaming compacts. “The governor and I

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 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

Sharing kindness

Clinton High School art student Lola Hester paints a “kindness rock,” which will contain encouraging words to be shared with others.

In 1811, Jane Austen published her first novel, “Sense and Sensibility,” under the pseudonym “a Lady.” In 1890, Oakland, Calif., became one of the first jurisdictions in the country to

The Oklahoma State Board of Education approved a Fiscal Year 2021 budget request of $3.29 billion for common education, which includes an increase of nearly $220 million over last year.

Experimental fun

Aryanna Pugh, left, and Grace Rivas enjoy science class at Washington Elementary.

Artist at work

Freshman 3D artist Mariah Gonzales begins a new clay creation using the coil method.