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Three-year-old Evelyn Castorena proudly displays a perch she caught at Foss Lake during the park’s “free fishing” weekend.

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Cheaper, stripped-down health plans could soon see a resurgence in Oklahoma, potentially reducing the number of uninsured while leaving policyholders with unexpected medical bills. A pair of recent moves by

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Alessandra Cardenas, left, and Liam Lofland and Sadie Roedell do-si-do in a square dance performance at Nance Elementary.

The Clinton Public Foundation is now accepting nominations for the Outstanding Contribution to Education (OCE) Award. This award honors an individual who has gone above and beyond supporting the students

Oklahoma tobacco retailers are increasingly not complying with state law regarding underage tobacco sales. Last year, Oklahoma tobacco retailers posted an overall non-compliance rate of about 18 percent, which risks

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is reporting the first three human cases of West Nile Virus (WNV) for the season. The cases have been confirmed in residents of

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Clinton High School students selected as ambassadors to the 2019 Hugh Obrian Youth Leadership Conference of Oklahoma (HOBY), held recently at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, were, from left, senior facilitator

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