Sandhill Cranes fly over a field near the Rowe Sanctuary, south of Gibbon on Jan. 16. The cranes usually spend the winter further south in Texas and Oklahoma but due to drought conditions many cranes have been spending the winter in Kansas and Nebraska.
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Red Dirt Rangers celebrate 25 years together at Cimarron Breeze Concert Series
Founding musicians from the Red Dirt music scene perform Friday night at the Old Church Center in the Oklahoma Territorial Plaza in Perkins.
Affordable Care Act 80/20 rule will provide refunds to many Oklahomans
According to Alex Kotran, spokesman for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Oklahoma residents will get $6.7 million in refunds from health insurance companies this summer.
August muddy: Enid Mud Volleyball Tournament to raise money for Miracle League
“There’s only one other mud volleyball tournament that takes place in Oklahoma, and we wanted to provide something different for this area,” said Valerie Nelson, 4RKIDS Foundation board member and Enid Mud Volleyball event chair.
- The small town of Ames opens ‘special’ splash pad
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
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