Storm victims face loan dilemma
The tornadoes, flooding and hail that struck Oklahoma last year left hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage, causing many home and business owners to seek help in the form of low-interest federal loans....
Aquatic center could serve many community needs
Michael Yoch could have been the kid with asthma sitting on the sidelines — could have been, but wasn’t. Michael had trouble running because of his asthma, which made it difficult to play soccer and many other sports his friends loved. ...
Director leaves decade of memories
Maureen Dolan is giving up the post as director of St. Joseph’s Early Childhood Development Center, fondly called “St. Joe’s” by the many parents whose pre-school children have spent their weekdays under her care over the past 10 years....
Teen critical after rescue
A 17-year-old Yukon male was transported to the hospital Sunday after a near drowning incident at Lake Thunderbird in the Party Cove area. Emergency crews responded to the lake after a report of a possible drowning around 5:30 p.m. ...
Health officials prepare for flu
OKLAHOMA CITY — Following a flu season in which a record number of Oklahomans died as a result of the virus, state and county health officials say educating the public and general common sense are vital to reducing both the death rate and ...
Scam targets migrants
HOUSTON — Scammers have been preying on the relatives of unaccompanied young migrants being held at two U.S. military bases by conning them into paying nonexistent fees to be reunited with their loved ones, officials said....
County wreck fatal
A Purcell man was killed in a single-vehicle wreck Saturday morning on Highway 77, north of Moffatt Road in Cleveland County. Keith Hedrick, 20, was pinned for about an hour and 45 minutes before the Slaughterville Fire Department was ...
New library leaders
The Pioneer Library System has familiar faces taking over leadership roles with its two hometown libraries....
Camp Noah helps kids bounce back from disaster
Elementary-aged children received a unique opportunity last week to participate in a national program, Camp Noah, to help build resiliency and preparedness for those impacted by disaster. University Lutheran Church hosted the week-long ...
Trial delayed for man in murder case
DUNCAN — The first-degree murder trial of a Velma man charged with killing a 16-year-old girl has been delayed until January....
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