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OKLAHOMA CITY – House Majority Leader Mike Sanders, R-Kingfisher, today attended the ceremonial bill signing for House Bills 2804 and 2877.
From the National Weather Service Tulsa: "Scattered showers and thunderstorms continue across E OK this morning. The severe threat has shifted into far SE OK for later this morning into the afternoon. Showers and storms expected to increase in coverage into NW AR into the afternoon hours."
With just nine years of working in education under her belt, Natasha Simmons is a natural born leader, ready to create positive change at Samuel Walker Houston Elementary School.
Back in January, farmers in Pennsylvania and around the United States were hopeful that 2020 would be “a year of recovery,” Pennsylvania Farm Bureau President Rick Ebert said Monday.
County commissioners gave their initial approval to proposed tax rates contained in the 2020-21 county budget — rates that are a reduction from the previous year — Monday morning.
America will honor the centennial anniversary for women gaining the right to vote later this month. However, members of the Walker County Commissioners Court got things started Monday, unanimously approving a proclamation in honor of the historic milestone.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, especially among a younger population, Walker County expanded its fight against the novel coronavirus Monday.
National Weather Service Tulsa: "Hot and humid again today with heat advisories in effect. Storm chances increase mainly this evening & overnight. A few severe storms possible."
The school board for Huntsville ISD is expected to decide later this week whether to hold a multimillion dollar bond election in November.
OKLAHOMA CITY, August 10, 2020- U.S. Senate candidate Abby Broyles is currently in concussion protocols after being checked out by doctors today.
Rural Economic Development of Inola is offering a reward for anyone who provides information that leads to prosecution regarding a string of vandalism at Inola’s Flemming Park.
Emergency Crews from Walker County responded to a drowning call at approximately 1:45 p.m. Sunday afternoon at Blue Lagoon on Pinedale Rd. in Pine Prairie.
PINE PRAIRIE — The Walker County Historical Commission will soon place a historic marker at Pine Prairie Free Will Baptist Church and Cemetery in an attempt to pay homage to the small community.
For the first time in nearly five months, visitors will be allowed in Texas nursing homes on a limited basis, state health officials announced Thursday evening, reversing a policy intended to keep the state’s most vulnerable populations safe from a pandemic that has proved especially deadly for older people.
One of Johnstown’s best-known pizzerias has moved from the city’s Woodvale neighborhood into the central business district.
OKLAHOMA CITY — As calls continue for a statewide mask mandate, Oklahoma's top health official said Thursday it would be “very difficult” to implement across the state.
A Walker County grand jury indicted an alleged escort and her boyfriend last week, after police say they lured a potential robbery victim into a residence on Gospel Hill Rd. in Huntsville.
Kristin Davis, Director of Communications for the Oklahoma Department of Health, details how the agency calculates COVID-19 Alert System numbers.
Texas’ COVID-19 numbers appear to be improving with the rate of growth slowing down over the last week. The number of hospitalizations has also fallen significantly.
The statewide gas price average in Texas is $1.85 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is four cents less than on this day last week and is 59 cents less per gallon compared to this day last year.
All judicial offices and courts are closed for in-person court until August 17 due to COVID-19, according to a statement issued today by the Rogers County Courthouse.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Educators, school districts and students are struggling to find cleaning supplies as in-person classes prepare to resume later this month, the state’s largest teacher’s union said.
Rogers State University’s Division for Student Affairs announced the development and deployment of an all online, on demand New Student Orientation for the upcoming academic year. New Student Orientation is designed to welcome new students to RSU and provide them with relevant and timely information for the success of their first-year college experience.
Wednesday, Claremore Public School Board of Education held a special meeting to consider the academic calendar for the 2020-21 school year. The recommendation from Superintendent Bryan Frazier was to push the start date from August 20, 2020, to August 27, 2020. This change only affects the start date and not the way in which we deliver the instruction. Our goal is to begin face-to-face traditional instruction on August 27, for those families that selected the traditional learning option. Claremore Virtual School (CVS) will also start on August 27. The Board of Education unanimously approved the recommendation.
Johnstown airport leaders Wednesday recommended that 50-passenger twin-jet aircraft replace the eight-passenger single-engine planes currently operating local commuter air service.
- PA offers guidance for schools to decide whether to reopen for in-person instruction
- Outbreak at overnight camp shows children can transmit COVID-19, CDC says
- State restaurant inspectors begin checking for social-distancing compliance
- State: Most counties aren't ready for schools to fully reopen schools
- Brewers await vote on distribution deal
- State agricultural program reaches milestone
- Stitt allowing teachers to opt out of COVID-19 testing plan
- NCAA Board of Governors release guidelines for fall sports
- A canceled football season’s impact could prove crippling for State College
- Wolf calls for fall sports to be canceled