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HITCHCOCK, Okla. — An Okeene man was injured in a single-vehicle accident Friday afternoon.

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HITCHCOCK, Okla. — An Okeene man was injured in a single-vehicle accident Friday afternoon.

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ENID, Okla. — The Enid Police Department is urging all parents and caregivers of children to ensure child car seats are chosen correctly and installed properly.

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Hackers are not individual criminals living alone in a basement, Barnett said. They are real criminal organizations that function with the same sophistication as your own business, said Mark Barnett, IT project manager for Oklahoma Small Business Development Center

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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals on Thursday extended a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision after it ruled a small northeastern Oklahoma tribe’s reservation was never disestablished.

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Melissa Crabtree, an administrator of the Enid Freedom Fighters group involved in the recall and the resulting court case, told commissioners the ordinance still didn’t tell them specifically not to table a motion setting a date for a recall election. She said this omission took power away from the public who were exercising their rights by requesting the recall in the first place.

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Youngsters can get a head start on trick or treating, plus try for prizes when Boo-Nanza returns to downtown Muskogee this Saturday.

Muskogee County District Attorney Larry R. Edwards told those who gathered Wednesday as he took took the oath of office there is one question that has yet to be answered since he arrived 18 months ago as first assistant to the county's chief prosecutor: When will things get back to normal? 

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After nearly 20 years since Oklahoma adopted water quality standards to limit phosphorus in the state’s scenic rivers and streams, the Illinois River Watershed continues to suffer from an overfeeding of nutrients.

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Oklahoma Education Association dignitaries have been traveling throughout the state to speak with local schools about issues facing students, teachers and faculty, and they passed through Tahlequah Wednesday, Oct. 20.

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Enid has had six straight months of positive sales tax revenue, up 7.62% for August, according to figures from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

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In an effort to educate and empower kids to take food, energy and water into their own hands, a Norman nonprofit has successfully equipped each public school in the city with a community garden.

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ENID, Okla. — Long Term Care Authority of Enid Area Agency on Aging has funding available for caregivers who may need help getting a break from their caregiving responsibilities.

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McAlester Mayor John Browne held a town hall meeting in Ward 3 on Tuesday to answer questions and rollout information ahead of a Nov. 9 special election on a $32.5 million water system improvement project.

The best book I have read recently is “Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could” by Adam Schiff. The audiobook is 17 hours and 45 minutes long, but it is an easy listen or an enjoyable read. It is written clearly and simply.

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Kona is more event focused but still will occasionally drive the streets and neighborhoods.
❝We are hoping next season to be out and about with our truck more, and not just so focused on events.❞

The title of Anthony Doerr’s new novel, “Cloud Cuckoo Land” (Scribner, 2021), seems nonsensical without some background information. The work’s inspiration is the ancient Greek play “The Birds” by Aristophanes in which a middle-aged Athenian persuades birds to create a new city in the sky called Cloud Cuckoo Land that will enable men to communicate with the gods. Later writers and scholars used the term to refer to illogical thinking and the nomen cloud-cuckoo-lander came to mean someone crazy.

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Loaves & Fishes of Northwest Oklahoma is asking the community to help celebrate its ninth birthday by bringing food donations to Loaves & Fishes, 701 E. Maine, from 3-6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, 2021, for its drive-thru Birthday Party Food Drive

Disinfectant byproducts continue to present problems in the outer reaches of Muskogee's southwest quadrant, where treated water is not consumed or flushed as quickly from storage tanks or distribution lines. 

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