The 18th annual Health Fair at Arbuckle Memorial Hospital resembled a community “block party” as the event moved indoors during a torrential downpour. On Saturday, Oct.

tornado sighted west of Davis Sunday began a stretch of multiple tornado touchdowns in Oklahoma, including one in Fairfax later Sunday, eight in central Oklahoma and several sightings in Tulsa on T

“Bridges” was the theme for the Oklahoma School for the Deaf’s open house from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday, September 28.


Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed by Congress and signed into law by the president, the country has undoubtedly been better off as a result.

This oral history was recorded by W.P.A. field writer Maurice Anderson on March 30, 1937.

I was born in 1861 in Texas. Father was Charley Worley and mother was Martha Criner, both born in Tennesse. I came to the Indian Territory with my father and mother in 1873.


The Sulphur Bulldogs charge out onto the field last Friday and took a big step toward the Class 3A-2 district championship with a win over Plainview.

Sulphur’s Trevor Scott was named Player of the Week for his effort in the Bulldog’s 27-6 win over the Plainview Indians in last Friday’s crucial district win.

For the first time since 2004, both the girls and boys cross country teams are headed to state.

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