Read the story about a little girl who lost her hand, the first responders who saved her life, and how you can help this family get help to their little girl.
Kellyville gets a week off, and Sapulpa will play the game that could be the turning point of the season on Friday.
The 1960s was a decade of radical transformation for the role of women in the United States as more women were entering the workforce and becoming dissatisfied with disparities in pay and advancement, coupled with the frequent problem of harassment.
“It’s the process of that system, putting everything in and going through all the motions we go through now, that we didn’t have to before Real ID,”
Kathy Jacobs arrived to her fabric store on Wednesday morning to a shocking sight: someone had taken a rock about the size of a bowling ball and hurled it through her door.
“That statute lays out the limits of your authority. Ordering the city employees around is not a part of it.”
It’s been said that “if you remember the sixties, you weren’t really there.” I must respectfully disagree. Introducing a new series about a decade that no one in our country should every forget about.
Honey wine—known as mead—is the fastest-growing segment of it’s kind in North America, and Dancing Skeleton is only the second mead producer in the state.
Local healthcare provider CREOKS seeks to fill the gap for Oklahomans with mental health issues who, for various reasons, are not able to use traditional healthcare providers.
Recent studies have shown that even if the mask does not block all the COVID-19 particles, the wearer has a dramatically decreased chance of becoming severely ill.
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Historians say the advent of the Post Office led to increase economic growth because more of us learned to read. But how did it get started? And how did it get to the state it’s in today?
This simple, inexpensive, accurate test will help to eliminate testing delays. Unlike other COVID-19 diagnostics, it requires no special equipment.
Three separate permits will no longer be required to fish at Lake Sahoma and Pretty Water Lake.