Group Brings the Middle Ages to Pawnee County
Lords and Ladies gathered beneath the canopy, all watching the knights in armor as they displayed their skills with swords and shields. Nearby, the archers prepared for their competition. The strumming of lute music filled the air as the king and queen, followed by their attendants, crossed the open field.
$500k grant helping OSU Health Sciences reduce neonatal abstinence syndrome
TULSA, Okla. — OSU Health Sciences is working to reduce neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) within northeast Oklahoma through a half a million dollar grant from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). According to Stanford Medicine Children's Health, "neonatal abstinence syndrome is what happens when babies are exposed to drugs...
OSU Center for Health Sciences receives grant to help incarcerated women
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — OSU Center for Health Sciences received a $500,000 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to address the effects of neonatal abstinence syndrome on communities in Green Country. OSU-CHS says the grant will be used to provide family planning services to women, informing them...
Woman speaks out after son's alleged sex abuser out on bond
PAWNEE COUNTY, Okla. — A woman whose child is a victim in a sex crimes case is speaking out now that her child's accused abuser, Darrell Treat, is out on bond. Recia said she is afraid for her and her child’s safety and the recent case with Jesse McFadden makes her fear something similar could happen to her family.
More Than Machinery on Display at Steam Engine Show
“Each one of these machines has its own personality,” said Wes Kinsler, an exhibitor at the Steam Engine festival said. “These engines are very honest about what they do.”
Creek, Noble, Osage, Pawnee and Payne Counties It’s hard to believe the end of session is right around the corner. On Tuesday, the House passed the Senate’s tax credit plan, but we are holding it until we reach an agreement on a public education plan. Currently, House and Senate leaders are still disagreeing over the best way to fund public schools. The House wants broader funding for our…
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