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Clinton’s contribution to the U.S. space program says he and some of his friends will gather Sunday evening and have their own 50th-anniversary celebration of helping astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first human beings to set foot on the moon.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s next project and policy-planning blueprint is almost certainly going to feature autonomously driven vehicles, spokesman Cody Boyd said Tuesday.

Dan McFarland’s family was concerned when he started taking pictures of clouds and posting them on social media with urgent messages about how they were symbols about the need to repent and get ready for the end of the world.

When you’re young, an injury from a fall may sideline you for a few days or weeks, but a full recovery is usually quick. As you get older, the consequences of falls can become more serious, setting up a sequence of events that can have longstanding implications on independence and health.


-Local teen suspected in burglaries
-Rodeo celebrations kick off tonight
-City Council filing period ends
-Leon brings two medals home from Australia
-Local rodeo competitor pool runs deep
-Plus see local pictures 

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Excelsior School alumni, from left, Terrel Taplin, Tubb Lewis, Bonnie Fisher and Susanna Williams are busy planning for the school’s reunion, to be held Aug. 2-4.

Chamber of Commerce president Julie Burden said Rodeo and Hot Dog Days will officially kick off tonight from 4-7 p.m. at Engleman Park, with a $1 hot dog feast, music,

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McComas to take Ward 3 Council seat in November Ward 3 (represented by the area shaded in purple) will have a new councilman in the form of Patch McComas. McComas