Hensley Morgan, left, and Andres De La Cruz are shown the inside of an emergency vehicle by Sinor EMT Stephanie Whaley, when area first responders visited Summer Playground kids at McLain Rogers Park.
Giving hearts pumped a lot of blood Tuesday at the “Boots & Badges” community blood drive at the First Christian Church.
The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association’s (OCA) 67th Annual Convention and Trade Show will be held Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20. The window for pre-registration has closed but on-site registration will still be available.
The theme of the two-day event is, “Building Momentum.”
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority has taken steps to ensure that people won’t lose health care coverage in the wake of a new federal rule that mandates confirmation of a mailing address to sustain enrollment in Medicaid programs.
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-Board invites student advisors to meetings
-Two die in I-40 accident
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When Clinton School Board member Kim Meacham attended a conference earlier this year for the National School Boards Association, and listened to other board members talk about how they did things, she brought back an idea that will give students in the district a voice at the board’s monthly meet
Two Arizona men died Tuesday as the result of a single-vehicle accident on I-40 west of Hinton.
Dead are Junior R. Harper, 78, and Michael Dean Peters, 43, both of Springer-ville, Ariz.