Nov 5, 2013
Sheriff's Department receives new drug dog
"If people are going to be doing drugs, don't be out on the highway doing them, cause when we catch you, you're going to suffer the consequences," said Jackson County Sheriff's Department new K-9 handler, Deputy David Southall.
Oklahoma universities top list of schools with American Indian graduates
Oklahoma State University student Dalton Kelley plans to graduate in December, contributing to a list that's a source of pride for several Oklahoma universities - a ranking of colleges producing the most American Indian graduates with bachelor's degrees.
Ft. Cobb-Broxton vs. Hydro-Eakly
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Nutty or smart? Possible in-flight peanut ban or restrictions concern many
Peanuts may get dumped from airlines' snack trays. The federal Department of Transportation is soliciting feedback on whether to ban or restrict the popular snacks in-flight. Peanuts in the shell.
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Wind ensemble, key players in concert April 5
The performance is scheduled April 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the USAO campus.