Legislators encourage citizens to honor late veteran Wednesday

By Community Submission / September 3, 2019

Herman White, a Navy veteran, passed away earlier this month with no surviving family. Senators are encouraging those who can to pay tribute to this man.

Virtual Charter School Board verifies Epic is not following the law regarding enrollment reporting

By Community Submission / August 27, 2019

The state’s largest virtual charter school is currently under investigation for fraud and embezzlement.

Fema says there’s just one month left to register for individual disaster assistance

By Community Submission / July 1, 2019

That deadline is July 31, 2019.

Six more Oklahoma counties designated for disaster assistance brings the total to 27

By Micah Choquette / June 24, 2019

See updates on inspections, applications and new locations for recovering assistance centers.

State Insurance Commissioner visits Sapulpa

By Micah Choquette / June 5, 2019

State Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready toured Sapulpa, seeing the damage and speaking with those affected by the tornadoes.

Bipartisan group of Senators issue joint statement on storm/flooding damage

By Micah Choquette / May 22, 2019

More than half of the members of the Oklahoma State Senate represent communities impacted by this week’s storms, which included tornadoes and severe flooding across the state.

Lawson, Leewright and Hilbert help recognize “Oklahoma People First”

By Community Submission / May 1, 2019

Oklahoma People First is a nonprofit self-advocacy group run by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day

By Community Submission / September 19, 2018

Senator Allen discussed how important it is that Oklahoma sportsmen and women invest time and effort to encourage future participation in these time-honored traditions.

Lawmakers urge Corp. Comm. to support Wind Catcher project

By Community Submission / July 27, 2018

Energy savings, ad valorem taxes and jobs are being pushed as positives from this project.

“No Wind Catcher” movement is picking up steam as plans for substation move closer to Sapulpa

By Community Submission / July 20, 2018

The substation—formerly expected to be built in Bixby—will now be built somewhere south of Glenpool or Sapulpa.

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