A Claremore man who possessed thousands of images and videos of child pornography pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson.
Local governments throughout Texas and the rest of the nation will receive their first checks for direct payments from Congress’ American Rescue Plan Act within the next month, but all local municipalities and Walker County have yet to make decisions about how they’ll spend that latest federal round of COVID-19 relief and recovery money.
All lanes of east and westbound SH-20 will be briefly closed, up to 15 minutes at a time, at Keetonville Hill in Rogers County at various times between noon and 2 p.m. Tuesday as part of an ongoing improvement project. Be alert to flagging operations in the corridor.
China claims they will in the future be the most exceptional nation based on the prediction that they will have the largest economy in the world. They are presently the nation with the largest population.
After a safe and successful season in 2020, Carolina Creek is looking forward to hosting what could be one of its biggest years for camp this summer.
The former Szechuan Restaurant, 124 Main St., Johnstown, is on track to be remodeled to include apartments, a restaurant and a podcasting studio.
God put Adam in the garden for its upkeep and care. It says in Revelation 11:19 that God will destroy those who destroy the earth. Man’s pride, greed, power and exploitation destroys the earth’s natural resources.
At the close of 2020, nearly 10 million Americans were unemployed due to the COVID-19 crisis. Today, key sectors essential to the Oklahoma economy are beginning to rehire those positions responsible for producing goods and resources needed to overcome the challenges brought on by COVID-19.
Highlighting its mission to “build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all,” the Greater Johnstown YMCA is preparing to launch four programs to improve the health of adults with specific risk factors for disease.
A group of Rogers State University Students delivered over 1,200 new and gently used books to the Will Rogers Junior High School after collecting the books from donors in the community.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced today that due to increasing supply and continued progress in vaccination efforts, it will remove the residency requirement for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Oklahoma, allowing residents from neighboring states and beyond to get the vaccine.