Friday Jul 25
Highway to be named for late airman from Morehead
Staff report MOREHEAD State leaders will join Kentucky Adjutant General Edward W. Tonini in Morehead next week to name a Kentucky highway in memory of a Rowan County native and member of the United States Air Force with 12 years of service who died last year while serving in Afghanistan.
Midwest City receives $1.74 million in grants to extend trail system
The Community Development Department announced that Midwest City has received four federal grants totaling $1.74 million for an extension of the city's trail system.
Old Southwestern Bell rate case is back before Oklahoma Supreme Court
A decades-old case over rates for the former Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. is back - again - after a group of Oklahomans filed a class-action lawsuit to review the proceedings.
KOCO-TV Oklahoma City
Temperatures causing road rage
ONE POINTS, IT FELT LIKE IT WAS 105 DEGREES. AND AS TEMPERATURE RISING IN OKLAHOMA SO DO TEMPERS.
Boeing lands $7.3 million contract on warhead arming devices
Boeing, which last year signed a seven-year lease extension at its Heath facility, announced Monday a two-year contract to manufacture warhead arming devices.
Engility, ARRAY win military support contracts
Support services are to be provided to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force under separate contracts awarded to Engility Holdings and Array Information Technology.
Houston Healthcare Expands
Registered Nurse at Houston Healthcare Marilee Templeton likes the new operating room.
ARRAY Awarded Contract with U.S. Air Force for Continued Support of Air Force Materiel Command
Array Information Technology announced today that the U.S. Air Force selected ARRAY to support its Contract Repair Management System program located at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, OK.
Stars and Stripes
Veteran's WWII service took him across Belgium, France, Germany
U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division regroup in security platoons for the defense of Bastogne, Belgium, Dec. 20, 2944.