Developers of an affordable housing project at 1410 W. Willow are returning to Enid for a second town hall meeting Thursday to again hear concerns of residents nearby to the planned low-rent apartments.
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Those who have been around the Tahlequah community for any length of time know that when elected officials give themselves pay raises, many in the public don't appreciate it - unless they're related to the ones getting the raises.
Enid Police Department is investigating a home invasion that occurred early Wednesday morning on West Vine and is asking area residents with any related information to come forward.
Proponents of Medicaid expansion need 178,000 signatures if they want to see the question put to the vote of the people, and they only have 47 days to collect them.
The Stillwater Police Department has released the name of a man whose body was found floating in a detention pond along Jardot Road on March 18. He was identified as Michael Todd Jeffreys, 46, of Pawnee.
A cross-section of civic leaders began hammering together a plan on Wednesday to ensure a complete and accurate count is taken of Muskogee residents during the 2020 Census.
September has been designated as National Preparedness Month. Oklahoma residents are well aware of the importance of being prepared for both natural and manmade disasters. Few places experience nearly everything from tornadoes to earthquakes as much as Oklahoma.
After many months of discussion, a grant-writing process and a donation to kick of a possible campaign, it looks like the Mission Street project will go forward as advocates hoped it would.
Congressman Tom Cole stopped in Chickasha on Wednesday to meet with members of the community for a town hall meeting.