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Slowing down speeders: Area towns disclose speeding citation numbers
“People say we’re a speed trap. We don’t set the speed limit on the highway, the state does,” Waukomis Police Chief Robert Asch said.
Eskimo Joe’s Promotional Products Group brands marketing solutions with smiles
In Stan Clark's one marketing class at Oklahoma State University, he learned what a logo was. Opening Stillwater's jumpin' little juke joint following his graduation in 1975, the Eskimo Joe's logo became one of "luckiest things that ever happened" to him.
Thinking about breaking up? Flip a coin
In their latest book, 'Think Like a Freak," Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner suggest that, contrary to what many people have told you in life, you should quit. That is, when things get tough, you shouldn't always tough them out and stick with it. Instead, you should quit and do so sooner rather than later.
Slim harvest: Grain elevators see fewer bushels than average
Bison Co-op General Manager Tim Milacek reported the co-op received 30 percent of the average harvest.
Election Records: ‘Dark-money,’ campaign groups have close ties
Key individuals involved in a so-called “dark-money” group supporting T.W. Shannon for U.S. Senate this year have had close ties with the campaign or its main consulting firm.
- SLIDESHOW: Enter His Gates Summer Camp 2014 With the help of several volunteers, more than 100 children experience horseback riding and proper care for horses, canoeing, science investigation and "Amazing Race" art at the Christian-based Enter His Gates Summer Camp south of Garber. (Staff Photos by Bonnie Vculek)
Kids Enter His Gates this summer
Week-long camps instruct in horseback, crafts, science, canoeing
Reconnecting: Missionary family returns to Enid for visit
Yacouba Seydou, his wife, Renate Seydou, and their children, Sarah, 14, and Levi, 10, arrived Monday and will make several appearances around Enid while here.
1.39 inch of rain falls in Duncan today
A steady morning rain that totaled 1.39 inches soaked Duncan today, according to data compiled at the local airport.
Murder charge dismissed against Lane murder suspect
A judge on Tuesday dismissed a first-degree murder charge against one of three suspects in the shooting death of Australian ballplayer Chris Lane.
Stephens County District Attorney Jason Hicks requested the dismissal at a preliminary hearing for James Edwards Jr. in which the state was required to prove probable cause existed to take the 16-year-old to trial.
“Our case is not strong enough,” Hicks told Judge Jerry Herberger.
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