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NOC seeks funding help for Failing Field turf
Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s softball team had a successful debut, going 38-20 in its first season. Now, NOC athletic director Jeremy Hise would like to give them a top-notch home of their own, along with a providing a venue for youth programs and tournaments. And he hopes Enid will come on board to help raise a portion of the needed funds.Continued ...
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House OKs bill to address border crisis
The spending bill passed 223-189 late Friday, with only four Republicans voting “no” and one Democrat voting “yes.” The measure ending Obama’s deportation relief program passed 216-192, with 11 Republican “no” votes and four Democrats crossing party lines to vote in favor.Continued ...
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- U.S. warns against traveling to Ebola-hit countries
- Gaza truce comes after days of pushing for a deal
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- House OKs bill to address border crisis
Laugh early, laugh often, laugh at everything, especially yourself
Laughing is good for you. It boosts your heart rate and helps burn calories. It helps improve blood flow, relieves stress, strengthens the immune system, lowers blood sugar levels and improves sleep.Continued ...
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Church's denied request for National Guard visit draws national attention
A Missouri church finds itself in the middle of a media storm after the Missouri National Guard, citing short notice and time constraints, was not able to fulfill a request last week to appear at the church’s vacation Bible school.
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