• Oklahoma no longer accepting full federal vaccine allocation

    Oklahoma no longer accepting full federal vaccine allocation - May 04, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma health officials are no longer accepting the state’s full allocation of coronavirus vaccines as demand has dropped, Deputy Commissioner of Health Keith Reed said Tues...

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  • Muscogee Nation drops ‘Creek’ from its name in rebrand

    Muscogee Nation drops ‘Creek’ from its name in rebrand - May 04, 2021

    OKMULGEE, Okla. (AP) — The Muscogee Nation announced a new brand identity on Tuesday that drops the ‘Creek’ reference from its name that the tribe says can confuse the public. Muscogee Nation c...

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  • Legislature to Join National Day of Prayer Efforts

    Legislature to Join National Day of Prayer Efforts - May 04, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Speaker Pro Tempore Terry O’Donnell, R-Catoosa, on Thursday will present a resolution in the House of Representatives to observe Thursday, May 6, in Oklahoma as the National Day ...

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  • Hwy 69 designated as Jefferson Highway

    Hwy 69 designated as Jefferson Highway - May 04, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The governor has given final approval to Senate Bill 8, which will officially designate the route that largely follows State Highway 69 as the “Historic Jefferson Highway Route,...

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  • OKC Man Convicted; Possession of Ammunition and Witness Tampering

    OKC Man Convicted; Possession of Ammunition and Witness Tampering - May 04, 2021

      OKLAHOMA CITY – Last week, a federal jury convicted JIMMY LEE BROOKS, 35, of Oklahoma City, of possessing ammunition after a former conviction of a felony and a separate charge of witness ...

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  • New law welcomes retired teachers back to classroom

    New law welcomes retired teachers back to classroom - May 04, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – More of Oklahoma’s retired teachers can return to the classroom following the signing of Senate Bill 267 Monday. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education Chair and Educati...

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  • Pardon and Parole Board Code of Ethics Signed into Law

    Pardon and Parole Board Code of Ethics Signed into Law - May 04, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The governor this week signed into law a bill that will put into place a code of ethics for members of the state Pardon and Parole Board. House Bill 2773 by Rep. John Pfeiffer, R-...

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  • NOC terminates employment of arrested theatre faculty member

    NOC terminates employment of arrested theatre faculty member - May 04, 2021

      Northern Oklahoma College officials announced today that Mr. Anthony Lee Luetkenhaus is no longer employed at Northern Oklahoma College. After further investigation and proven violations of NOC ...

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  • Governor Signs Transparency in Health Care Prices Act

    Governor Signs Transparency in Health Care Prices Act - May 04, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill requiring health care providers, groups and facilities to make cash prices for their most commonly provided services available to consumers was signed into law by the govern...

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  • NOC Mural by Osage Artist Yatika Starr Fields Announced

    NOC Mural by Osage Artist Yatika Starr Fields Announced - May 04, 2021

    North Central Oklahoma is becoming a center for murals. First "The Three Faces of the Pioneer Woman" by Daniel Pickens was installed at City Central in Ponca City in 2019. And all Ponca City is loo...

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