Gov. Kevin Stitt has continued to rake in hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions following his election just over a year ago. Campaign finance reports show the mortgage

‘Survival of the fittest’ at WES

While studying ecology, Washington Elementary science students, from left, Juliette Martinez, Abigail Williams and Ayshka Garcia play a game called “Eat or Be Eaten.”

Rep. Marilyn Stark (R-Bethany) will host an interim study over state IDs for inmates upon their release. Stark, who attended Monday’s release in Taft of over 50 women whose sentences

Spirit not dampened

Ashley Martinez, left, and Ema Adams march in the rain during the Homecoming Parade.

Kids, grownups explore helicopter

A Life Evac helicopter was open for exploration at a recent event held at McLain Rogers Park. Pictured are, from left, pilot Adam Hulme, Isaac Gonzalez, Rebecca Foster, Latasha Graybill,

Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s November meeting included details about changes to the state’s “Move Over” law that went into effect Nov. 1 and an update on ongoing interstate

Good turnout for Veterans Day

During a Veterans Day program held Monday at Clinton Veterans Center, seen going for a stroll around the building are, from left, Woody Sylvester, Rep. Harold Wright, Ted Chmielinski and

Cub Scouts learn valuable skills

Cub Scout Pack 361 Wolf Den leader Daniel Mosburg teaches Alex Stratton, left, and Asa Mosburg how to tie a square knot as part of the requirements for advancement in

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the investment of over $4.2 million in high-speed broadband infrastructure in Oklahoma. Funded by USDA’s Rural Development Broadband ReConnect Program, the project will