RPM Signs moved into a bigger, more visible location, which will facilitate growth of jobs and services, the company’s owners said.
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After a safe and successful season in 2020, Carolina Creek is looking forward to hosting what could be one of its biggest years for camp this summer.
The former Szechuan Restaurant, 124 Main St., Johnstown, is on track to be remodeled to include apartments, a restaurant and a podcasting studio.
God put Adam in the garden for its upkeep and care. It says in Revelation 11:19 that God will destroy those who destroy the earth. Man’s pride, greed, power and exploitation destroys the earth’s natural resources.
At the close of 2020, nearly 10 million Americans were unemployed due to the COVID-19 crisis. Today, key sectors essential to the Oklahoma economy are beginning to rehire those positions responsible for producing goods and resources needed to overcome the challenges brought on by COVID-19.
Highlighting its mission to “build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all,” the Greater Johnstown YMCA is preparing to launch four programs to improve the health of adults with specific risk factors for disease.
A group of Rogers State University Students delivered over 1,200 new and gently used books to the Will Rogers Junior High School after collecting the books from donors in the community.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced today that due to increasing supply and continued progress in vaccination efforts, it will remove the residency requirement for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Oklahoma, allowing residents from neighboring states and beyond to get the vaccine.
TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation presented more than $6.3 million to 107 school districts during the tribe’s annual Public School Appreciation Day held in a virtual format Wednesday. This year’s disbursement is the largest since the tribe began its annual contributions in 2002.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State lawmakers want Oklahoma students to pass the United State’s naturalization test before they’re allowed to graduate high school.
Officials with the U.S. Forest Service have confirmed that they will be conducting a controlled burn near the border of Montgomery and Walker County.
The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2.59 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is one cent less than on this day last week and is 95 cents more per gallon compared to this day last year.
Officials with the U.S. Forest Service have confirmed that they will be conducting a controlled burn near Gulf Coast Trade Center in southern Walker County.
While many came through the pandemic with new hobbies and “COVID projects,” Sam Houston State University senior Elijah Taylor found his voice as an author and poet.
The Pryor Public School Board approved a new partnership between Pryor High School and Rogers State University during Monday’s board meeting. The partnership will result in the opening of the Pryor High School Innovation Center at RSU this fall.
Indian Health Service (IHS), the City of Claremore, Rogers County Emergency Management, Claremore Police, Claremore Fire, and OSDH District 4 County Health Departments are partnering together to host a large-scale vaccination clinic on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 at Claremore Expo Center Hall, located at 400 Veterans Pkwy in Claremore.
AUSTIN — State Representative Ernest Bailes laid out House Bill 1745 before the Insurance Committee on Tuesday. HB 1745 is a measure to financially protect elderly Texans from surrendering their life insurance policies without understanding all options available to them.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Despite bipartisan support, a measure that would have reinstated a controversial child seat belt law stalled in a House committee.
Almost 30% of the population in Texas has received at least one dose of the vaccination for COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
After losing her own daughter to a distracted driver in 2019, Deanna Irwin is on a mission to educate drivers of all ages while giving back to local students.
Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 70 interns have participated in our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding.
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- First City Recovery Center opens, offers treatment for drug addiction, mental health issues
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- Chrysler Brand Celebrates National Pet Day, Highlights Top Pet-Friendly Features of 2021 Chrysler Pacifica
- Report: Burden on Indiana taxpayers better than most in U.S.
- United Way partners with Goshen schools for kindergarten readiness initiative
- SNU's College of Professional and Graduate Studies Celebrates Milestone of 500 Online Students
- Casted, the First Audio and Video Podcast Solution for B2B Marketers, Raises $7M in Series A Round Led by Revolution Ventures