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History tours begin May 17
Downtown Enid will be the scene of Chisholm Trail Coalition Walking Tours
Civil War the theme at Heritage Center Family Saturday
The event will be 1-3 p.m. Saturday and is free with admission to the museum.
Candidate filing period ends
From the U.S. Congress to the Oklahoma House, several incumbents are hoping to hold onto their jobs in the 2014 elections.
UCO community develops $200 wheelchair prototype
Last month, the Congressional Research Service reported that a total of 1,558 soldiers who served in Afghanistan and Iraq endured major limb amputations due to battlefield injuries. They include the loss of one or more limbs, the loss of one or more partial limbs or the loss of one or more full or partial hand or foot.
Pros give local disc golfer a special birthday
Chances are local member of the Chickasha Disc Golf Club Emily Beach will long remember her 15th birthday.
Former Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Hargrave built legacy
Former Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Rudolph Hargrave died Tuesday in Ada. He was 89.
A graveside service is set for 2 p.m. Friday at Oakwood Cemetery in Wewoka, with the Rev. Susan Rice presiding, according to Stout-Phillips Funeral Home in Wewoka.
Dog reunited with family after missing 2 years
“Speedy” the Chihuahua was reunited with his family after a 26-month stint around the metro area. His owners, Lori and Don Whitton, said if he had not been micro chipped, he would not be home right now. The Whittons urge pet owners get ...
- Pianist to perform with Enid Symphony April 5-6
Wind $$$: More than $1 billion from industry
The study found the state’s 26 operational wind farms added more than 1,600 full-time jobs to Oklahoma’s economy. They pay more than $22 million per year in royalties to landowners.
Authorities searching for Ada man
Authorities from several agencies continue to search for a 38-year-old Ada man missing since March 10.
“The Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Office, Ada Police Department, along with assistance from the Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse Police Department are currently attempting to determine the location of missing person, Charles Dewayne Manuel,” Sheriff John Christian said Wednesday. “Manuel left his grandparent’s home in Ada on March 10 and the family had no contact with him since that time. Manuel was officially reported missing on March 17.”
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