Candidates disclose election emotions
Politics is an emotional game at any level.
Whether running for congress for the first time, or trying to retain a seat on a local school board, politicians deal with an array of stress that would break many.
Local company benefits from advent of SCOOP
There is no question that large energy companies like Continental Resources will find a lot of value in the SCOOP. It's discovery and excavation will lead to billions of barrels of oil and natural gas.
Shale deposits similar to the SCOOP have produced revenue totaling in the trillions of dollars across the country.
Painted paper pony
He looks like an elaborate wood carving, but the carousel horse suspended mid-gallop in the window of Ross Seed and Co. is actually made from newspapers, chicken wire and other odds and ends.
Inter-tribal group prepares for pow wow
The Inter-Tribal Heritage Club hopes to draw the community out to its Spring Pow Wow on April 6 at the University of Science and Arts Oklahoma.
There is a lot to look forward to. The attractions include a Native American dance contest, raffles, vendors and a dinner.
VIDEO: Robotics holds last open house
The Cockadoodle Dominators' open house night gave the community a last chance to see the amazing 3931 robot before it spits frisbees at the FIRST Robotics Competition, Ultimate Ascent.
State superintendent pays visit to Am-Po
Oklahoma State Schools Superintendent, Janet Barresi, visited Amber-Pocasset Schools to have a round table discussion with superintendents, principals, administrators and personnel from around Grady County.
Poker Run to be held for infant fighting heart problems
Four-month-old Jace Glass’ heart needs help.
Born with multiple heart conditions, Jace will need several surgeries in the near future and more when he reaches one year of age. The results of the surgeries could vary from no complications to wearing a pace maker, said his mother, Katie Crosley.
Local singer to serenade couples tonight at BJ's
Drake King, a singer-songwriting student at USAO, will be sweetening up Valentine's Day at BJ's Pizza tonight from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
This isn't King's first local gig. He performed at last year's Droverstock. King will bring his acoustic guitar into the newly renovated pizza joint to give local residents a chance to eat freshly-made pizza and to hear some songs they may know.
Ninnekah has vibrant heritage
It has been about 15 years since the last Ninnekah Heritage Day, an event that celebrates the small town's big history.
Local bbq owner talks about four decades of cooking, changes in town
Roy's Barbecue has been a fixture in Chickasha for 41 years.
The small restaurant with the classic red-checkered tablecloths at one time served about 200 people a day. But as owner Roy Brant said, it still pays the bills.
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