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Martin Luther King Holiday Will Close Many Offices, Schools

OKLAHOMA - Jan. 20 is the day set aside this year to honor Dr. Martin Luther King. Because it is a federal holiday, most governmental offices, banks and post offices will be closed.

2020 to Bring New ‘572’ Area Code to Parts of Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA - When it met Jan. 8, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission approved a plan to essentially add a new area code to this region of the state.

Students Study DNA by Building Snowmen

HINTON - Mrs. Crawford's science class is learning all about genotypes and phenotypes. To master this topic, they are building snowmen based on traits from each snow parent.

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HINTON - The Caddo County Assessor’s office notifies all residents personal property must be listed timely with the county assessor between Jan.

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OKLAHOMA – Oklahoma is poised to become the next battleground in a Medicaid expansion fight that has poured tens of millions of dollars into campaigns in other states.

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HINTON - What do I want for Christmas?


Comets’ Varsity Wrestling Coming Off Eventful Wee

CUSHING - The Hinton High School Comets’ varsity wrestling team competed in two dual meets and a two-day tournament over the past week.

OFBCA Proposes Updated Class A District Alignment

HINTON - The Oklahoma Football Coaches Association submitted an updated proposal this week regarding Class A district realignments across the state.

Comets’ Basketball Hosts Tourney, Will Have Homecoming on Friday

HINTON - The Hinton High School girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball teams both returned to action for the first time since the middle of December over the past weekend when the Lady Comets and Come


Mary was born on December 8th, 1948 to Edward and Mattie Smith in Geary, Ok. She was called to rest on January 7th, 2020, after a long battle with ovarian cancer.

Carl H. Dahl was born June 22, 1932 in Watonga, Oklahoma to Charley H. and Alta (Blankenship) Dahl.

Jed Mauk Sellars was born on August 14, 1936 in Binger, OK to Harry James and Bessie (Cable) Sellars.


A Bubble Off Plumb

HINTON - Economic situations may change. In fact, that is a given in Oklahoma, because of the boom and bust nature of the oil and gas industry.

Trade Dispute Cash Helps Farmers, But Their Incomes Still Continue to Decline

OKLAHOMA – Payments to Oklahoma farmers from the Trump administration to soften the effects of a trade dispute with China are helping a little, but many farmers are still struggling with a years-lo

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OKLAHOMA – Greetings to everyone in House District

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