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Due to changes made by Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission this month in response to COVID-19, local liquor stores and restaurants have been able to make adjustments to stay open and offer products to customers.

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KREBS — Councilors and meeting attendees sat in folded chairs about 10 feet apart in the parking lot outside of Krebs city hall for an emergen…

With the onslaught of COVID-19, the world has seen what may become a new normal of life in many aspects. Restaurants are offering delivery and curbside service. Stores are offering special hours for senior citizens and those who are more vulnerable to catching this particular disease. Neighbors are checking on neighbors, and many younger family members are checking and caring for older family and friends.

EDMOND, Okla. — People are concerned whether their friends and neighbors will have the wherewithal to stand the length of time it will take to recover from the economic impact of the novel coronavirus.

In the wake of Mayor Sue Catron's declaration of emergency Thursday evening due to COVID-19, local restaurants are making adjustments, bringing meals to the vehicles of customers at curbside, or offering drive-thru service.