This Week's Circulars
Theleta M. Williams, age 72, of Marshall, passed away December 2, 2021. Services are pending with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
The home-going service celebrating and honoring the life of Carol Fitzpatrick, 69, of Enid are pending under the direction of Brown-Cummings Funeral Home. Condolences and special memories may be shared with the family at www.Brown-Cummings.com.
- Chisholm faces kindergarten teacher shortage after 2 resign the same day
- Vance's missing plane possibly found, Enid pastor says
- Osage County landowner objecting to Kaw Lake condemnation award in Thursday hearing
- Medical marijuana industry growing in Oklahoma, 'changing lives'
- Welsh expected to step down as Longhorns head coach
- Riesen to be inducted into OBCA Hall of Fame
- Tree-lighting, holiday events bring tens of thousands to Enid
- Man arrested on 10 counts of possession of child pornography
- Statewide mixup over schools' pandemic EBT debit cards leads to local confusion
- Parents of Michigan boy charged in Oxford school shooting
Tales from the Ice
founded in 2007 by husband and wife team Monte and Shelly Stewart. The program, based in Cherokee, packages a nutritious mixture of rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables, vitamins and other nutrients into a simple formula that can be rehydrated in boiling water to form a rice cereal.
Jayla Alexis Tuck Cancer Foundation was founded in 2002. It has supported area families since. Currently, the foundation is providing donations to the family of Jase Bollenbach, of Kingfisher.
Vance A&FRC, which is the smallest unit of its kind in the Air Force, has 13 separate programs designed to help military members, retirees and their families.
“One of the problems that we have had in the past and will continue to have as long as we operate, is that nobody really understands us. And I think the reason they don’t is we do so many things." — CDSA Executive Director Cheri Ezzell