Moore selected as ‘Rising Star’

Anthony S. Moore, managing attorney at Christensen Law Group, PLLC in Clinton, has been selected to the 2019 Oklahoma Rising Stars list in the practice areas of Energy & Natural Resources, Civil Litigation, and Real Estate.

A new law will give people with felonies on their records the opportunity to seek occupational licensing for a number of professions as long as their crimes are not violent or sexual in nature.

Ear-to-ear smiles

Joshua Isbell, a student in Shakira Thigpen’s third grade class at Southwest Elementary, proudly displays a certificate naming him Student of the Month for October.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University Theatre will be presenting the Oklahoma premier of “Where Words Once Were” by Finegan Kruckemeyer at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, Monday, Nov. 18, and Tuesday, Nov. 19, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov.

Close to 500 new volunteer firefighters have joined rural fire departments four years after legislation that eliminated the age limit for new volunteers took effect Nov. 1, 2015, said House Majority Leader Mike Sanders (R-Kingfisher).

House Speaker Pro Tempore Harold Wright (R-Weatherford) held an interim study before the House Health Services and Long-Term Care Committee to examine modernization to the Smoking in Public Places and Indoor Workplaces Act, as a way to address second-hand smoke exposure and related illnesses in O

New poll poses serious questions on impeachment

There's no doubt Democrats in Washington are hell-bent on impeaching President Trump over the Ukraine matter. But after weeks of polling, it is still unclear precisely what Americans outside the Beltway think.

Throwing water balloons at Mr. Meget

At recess we had bunch of indoor recess because it was cold outside. At P.E. we played hockey, drag and tell, sharks and minnows.

At music we worked on our lines and spaces.