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Schools, local governments hurt from loss of military’s leftovers
Cities, counties and school districts remain frozen out of a federal program that has sent millions of dollars worth of trenchers, trailers, semis, bulldozers, boats and forklifts and other equipment over the years.
Silver Alert: Atoka man missing
Law enforcement has issued a Silver Alert for an Atoka man that has been missing since Friday, July 18, 2014.
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World's Largest Garage Sale was cool... real cool
The verdict is in for this year’s version of The World Largest Garage Sale -- cool weather is good for business.
State: No plan yet for NORCE buildings
A year from closing date, lawmaker wants study on who gets what
- Farm bill dam funding discussed
New exhibit at KC’s Union Station, Nelson-Atkins collection shed light on young Egyptian king
Kansas City, Mo. — As Angie Scharnhorst slowly walked through the gallery at Union Station she discovered the tomb and treasures of Tut, the boy king.
Dillingham in benefit concert Monday at Symphony Center
Musician Kyle Dillingham will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday to raise funds for a local man in need of a liver transplant.
Eskimo Joe's dances to the music for 39 years
Birthday celebration events continue during the weekend
NOC Enid breaks ground for dorms
The 84-bed dormitory is expected to be completed in time for the fall semester of the 2015-16 academic year.
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