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As with speeding in a school zone, passing a stopped school bus with its lights and stop sign active could set you back $144.

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Kudos to St. Mary's for honor, center for supporting artists, officer for helping students stay on right path

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing seemingly everything. Individuals, businesses and organizations are constantly challenged with finding ways to cope with the impact of this highly contagious disease. In particular, organizations are struggling with how group activities can occur, safely.

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❝The devils are in the details. I think it could be beneficial to districts and employees, but then so many questions come up about it.❞ — Katherine Bishop, vice president of Oklahoma Education Association

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Stuff me with green apples if I know where some of America’s colorful expressions come from!

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We want there to be good news in our community, and in the state, nation and world. It does happen and we are reporting it on a daily basis. In fact, we look forward to sharing it because, despite 75% wanting the bad news first, who doesn’t look forward to hearing the rest of the story?

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Remember to check up on friends, relatives and neighbors to make sure they are OK.

It’s good to see all the discussions have resulted in a plan that can move forward. Now, we just need the weather to cooperate so construction can proceed without too many delays.

Today we look around and see a lot of red, white and blue. Those are the colors of our nation’s flag, and we are pleased to see an abundance of American flags flying today in recognition of Independence Day.

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YouthBuild is an education and training program that helps at-risk youth, ages 17 to 24, complete high school or state equivalency degree programs, earn industry-recognized credentials and complete a construction pre-apprenticeship while building housing for low-income or homeless individuals and families in the community.

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A new era began Monday at Vance Air Force Base when Col. Corey Simmons relinquished command of the 71st Flying Training Wing to Col. Timothy Danielson.

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