Talking Leaves Job Corps representatives presented a program at the regular monthly meeting of the Stilwell Area Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 7, at noon at The Depot.
It shouldn’t hurt to be a child or an adult, but the social isolation and frustration created by the pandemic have intensified and increased the number of domestic violence cases and child abuse reports.
Oklahoma State University unveiled an esports arena Tuesday in the basement of the Student Union, as the university is working to become the fifth college in the state with a varsity esports program.
Muskogee Police Department has recognized Officer Jordy Woolsey as its Officer of the Year for 2020. Muskogee Exchange Club honored Woolsey at a luncheon on April 13.
A combination of changes on how medical marijuana is tracked throughout the state, along with impending fees for local dispensaries, processors and growers, could alter the industry outlook in Tahlequah.
A McAlester woman was charged this week in tribal court after being accused in 2019 of abusing and neglecting a 5-year-old boy investigators said looked like "a 75-year-old man" when examined at the hospital.
Chief of Police Chad Smith enjoys getting to meet people on a daily basis – especially children – and helping people with the problems they face.
When you seek out, and are aligned with Trumpism, what can be the result in terms of party ideology? I believe you can look no further than what is transpiring as nothing more than a bona fide culture war, with the Republicans attempting to own the Democrats. It doesn’t have to involve a policy strategy, but rather a strategy of simply converting raw emotion into political power. Republicans have been exploiting and manipulating white voters’ fear of a changing cultural landscape.
Recently I ran across a small item I had published in the Democrat Journal 20 years ago. I found it encouraging, so I used it to fill a space that was too small for a story.
A Mooreland juvenile was killed when a car was struck by a semi approximately one mile west of Mooreland in Woodward County Tuesday night, April 13, 2021, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
On March 27 Enid residents got their “Little Sister” back on the courthouse Square, and Tuesday night the Boy Scout responsible for putting her there got his Eagle.
Tahlequah Public Schools Board of Education members approved everything on the April 13 agenda, including a year-end stipend for employees and allowing the district to join in two lawsuits.
Muskogee Public Library is partnering with Green Country Workforce Board, formerly Eastern Workforce Board, to offer an online program to help teens prepare for life outside of school.
After a few years of working to establish an esports community in Tahlequah, local gamers recently took home two second-place finishes from the Oklahoma eSports League state tournament, and two gamers were offered scholarships to continue their video-game careers in college.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State health officials Tuesday stopped administering Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine “out of the abundance of caution” as federal regulators revealed rare blood clotting responses in six Americans.
State health officials Tuesday stopped administering Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine “out of the abundance of caution” as federal regulators revealed rare blood clotting responses in six Americans.
Maryetta School has named their Top 10 students for 2020-2021 school year, Hayley Dillard, Brycee Thomas, Kaveri Hill, Heather Brooks, Caislyn Crozier, Haven Ketcher, Casey Hagar, Harlie Smith, Avery Knight, and Andraya Ford.
Cimarron Council Boy Scout Jaden Jenkins repaired and renovated Enid's "Little Sisters of Liberty" statue that was damaged in a storm in 2014. The statue had been in storage since that time until Jenkins put it back on the courthouse Square in March 2021.
We need more local news, we can keep up with politics on tv. I grew up in this town and all the good things about it have diminished over the years. We have no skating rink, no movie theater, no bar and the cops pretty much rule this town. My family and friends were not fortunate enough to b…
Adair County Resource Center Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, April 15, from 8:30 am. to 11 a.m.. They were open last week April 8, 2021 and gave food to 39 families.
A divided city council approved rules that will govern the use of medical marijuana during special events that take place at three designated city facilities.
The Tribal Council of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians approved a resolution announcing its intention to exert criminal jurisdiction during a regular meeting Saturday.
The Cherokee Nation presented more than $6.3 million to 107 school districts during the tribe’s annual Public School Appreciation Day held in a virtual format last Wednesday. This year’s disbursement is the largest since the tribe began its annual contributions in 2002.
STILLWATER – The cost to rent cropland held steady through the pandemic last year while pasture rentals fell slightly overall, according to the latest studies by Oklahoma State University Extension.
NORMAN — As the weekend gradually ushered in warm weather and sunny skies, thousands of Norman and metro residents filtered in and out of Reaves Park, enjoying the return of the city’s Medieval Fair and the revival of the city’s festival lineup after a season away.
NORMAN — The arrival of spring means an increase in sneezing, congestion and scratchy throats for many Oklahoma City metro residents due to allergies.
NORMAN — As Oklahoma started administering the COVID-19 vaccine, the state quickly launched into the top 10 in the country in vaccines administered per capita.
How many of you began your objective scientific study of birds using one of the most common of them — the American Robin? It has been said that the robin knows, but knows what?
WINCHESTER — Amy Thrower found some solace in the fact that a meatpacking plant being built in a town incorporated decades ago to keep industrial development at bay was "at the furthest point possible" from her family's home.
Editor's Note: This story was changed to remove a reference to Oklahoma being in or near the top 10 for vaccination delivery among states.
With the departure of the some of the most experienced veterans on both sides of the ball, Oklahoma State has turned to returners to establish leadership roles in their absence.
Ralph Axom, with the Tulsa Walking Club, got permission from the Stilwell City Council, during a meeting Monday, April 5, to have his group host a June 19 walking event in Stilwell.
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