Conservation groups disappointed with Illinois River plan

Conservation groups are expressing disappointment with an agreement between Oklahoma and Arkansas to study ways to improve water quality in the Illinois River w
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Former Democratic lawmaker from Tahlequah dies

A Democratic former state legislator who was a Vietnam veteran has died
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Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma State plan to open medical school

The Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma State University have announced intentions to start a medical school on tribal land in eastern Oklahoma in a move both sides sa
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Oklahoma Boy Scout Explorers reunite in New Mexico

A group of Boy Scout Explores reunited in New Mexico more than 50 years after a Boy Scouts trip
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Oklahoma City mayor proclaims Oct. 8 Indigenous People's Day

Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt has proclaimed Oct. 8 as Indigenous People's Day, adding the city to dozens around the nation that acknowledge Native Americans o
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Writers' project brought Okies into WPA spotlight

President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs to promote and provide work for visual artists may be better known, but its Federal Writers' Project stimula
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Oklahoma, Cherokee Nation to examine poultry operations

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker have announced a council to study the expansion of poultry operations in northeast
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Tribal official: Medical marijuana possession still illegal

A Cherokee Nation official says medical marijuana won't be legal on the Oklahoma-based tribe's property even though the state's voters approved use of the plant
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Oklahoma Division II football seeks affordable ticket prices

At Oklahoma's Division II universities, affordability is a key factor in setting the ticket prices
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Oklahoma nonprofit offers 'Community Care Chests' to needy

The Sweetwater Foundation creates 'Community Care Chests' for those in need throughout Tahlequah
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Tulsa restaurateur wins GOP nod in Oklahoma House race

Tulsa fast-food restaurateur wins the Republican nomination in the race for the open US House seat in Tulsa
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GOP, Dems to make picks for open US House seat in Oklahoma

Democrats and Republicans will pick nominees in Tuesday's primary runoff for Oklahoma's only open U.S. House seat this year, a three-decade Republican stronghol
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Oklahoma students learn Cherokee at immersion school

Oklahoma students are learning the Cherokee language at an immersion school
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