McALESTER — Recently visitors to the East Wing Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capital building viewed art by a former McAlester High School graduate.
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Democrat or Republican? Deadline set to change party affiliation
Voters in Pittsburg County and the rest of Oklahoma who want to change their political party affiliation prior to the upcoming statewide primary and runoff elections have until the end of this month to do so.
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- McAlester Lions Club
- Democrat or Republican? Deadline set to change party affiliation
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Kiowa guard Tristian McMath, right, looks to shoot ahead of Fort Cobb-Broxton defender Levi Pierce during Thursday’s Class A state quarter-final at Yukon.
Midweek Update: Winter season ends, spring gets under way
Daylight Savings Time began this weekend, and that means the spring sports season has finally arrived. Here is how area teams performed, with scores as submitted to OSSAARankings.com.
- Buff Baseball Photos
- PCLL Majors Opening Day
- Buffs track starts Friday
- Pitt 8 All-Conference list released
- Midweek Update: Winter season ends, spring gets under way
A flying snake is shown in the air with its body flattened in this undated photo. By splaying its ribcage the snake creates areas of low pressure on top of its body, generating lift and allowing it to glide. The snakes are found in lowland areas of Southeast and Southern Asia.
Researchers tackle mystery of how some snakes can fly
Flying snakes sound like creatures from a bad B-movie, but these serpents are elegant gliders that have evolved a special skill that sets them apart. In two new studies, engineers have used simulations to try to decipher how the wingless reptile manages to remain airborne despite its lack of flight appendages.
- Real American food, New Orleans style
- Fly a Kite
- A Swing Thing
- Winter stifles pollen, but other pests can make allergies worse now
- Researchers tackle mystery of how some snakes can fly
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Ingenuity keeps Cowboys in ‘Race’
Ranch work is equal parts animal care, land management and jack-of-all-trades Western engineering.
That experience came in handy for the McCoy brothers during the third episode of Season 24 of “The Amazing Race,” the CBS-TV reality series. The brothers put t
- Diplomatic immunity: Moorish American claims status, fails to appear for misdemeanor jury trial
- Latta team holds off Haworth
- Ingenuity keeps Cowboys in ‘Race’