OKLAHOMA CITY – Data from multiple sources indicate the economy of Oklahoma and many other areas of the country have slowed.
ALTUS – Having been the State Auditor & Inspector for eight years gives Gary Jones plenty of practical experience as Altus’s acting city manager in at least one aspect.
Monday, October 14, 2019
OKLAHOMA CITY - Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat recently announced his appointments to lead the Senate Select Committee on Redistricting.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Members of the Senate Rules Committee recently learned about the importance of census participation and the negative impact that can occur from under-reporting.
CHICKASHA - It’s what didn’t happen that actually launched Steve LaForge’s real estate career.
LAWTON - Once crowned “Third Grade Multiplication King,” Oklahoma’s youngest current state representative, Daniel Pae (District 62), chuckled at the memory of his coronation.
LAWTON – Just about four months shy of his 85th birthday, Jerry Orr is still very active and needs to check his calendar to work in an interview for this article.
As a state, Oklahoma cares a lot about children and families, but we sometimes forget that a mother’s health is a critical piece of family health.
At the 20th Olympic Games held in Munich, Germany, in 1972, Palestinian members of the terrorist group “Black September” murdered 11 Israeli athletes.
Gold was at $35.15; the first McDonalds was built, and Coke could now be purchased in cans. The year was 1955.