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Body found in Northern Pittsburg County

Derrick James | Staff WriterThe Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Department and the Office of the State Medical Examiner are investigating a body that was found in the Piney Creek area Tuesday afternoon.The scene is located deep in a wooded area off of Piney Creek Road.The discovery is still under investi


Barber County Sheriff's Office log

Judy Harper hit a deer on U.S. Highway 160 east of Sharon. Unknown damage, no injuries, investigated by Sgt. Paasch.

ALVAREVIEWCOURIER.COM - 2018-05-23 00:00:00

Jeweler tells Chickasaw stories with metal and stone at Artesian Arts Festival

The California-based creator will be available throughout the festival to discuss her work, which draws from her Chickasaw heritage, life experiences and personal style.

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-05-23 12:15:00

Chickasaw Nation announces tribal election filing period

Candidates must file between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the election secretary’s office, located in the Government Services building, 2015 Lonnie Abbott Industrial Blvd. in Ada.

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-05-22 12:15:00

Ugly letters force Ada coach to leave

After leading the Ada High baseball team to one of its most successful seasons in recent history, head coach Austin Jarvis announced his resignation Friday morning. Jarvis took over a Cougar baseball program that had managed just 14 wins combined over its past two seasons. This spring, Ada finished


Stratford speech, drama, debate teams have successful season

In the fall, the drama team, directed by Sam Caton and assisted by Catie Caton, took its one-act play, “Requiem,” to regional competition at Chandler and came back as the regional champion. Along with winning and qualifying for state, students Brandon Prine, Jojo Roberson and Lakelynn Anderson were

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-05-23 12:15:00

Opioids target of Garvin County suit

“Opioids costs a lot of money for counties, such as with the sheriff and the sheriff's deputies having to respond to so many cases, detention of people from the affects of opioids, prosecution, emergency medical services.

PAULS VALLEY DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-05-23 01:00:00

Fulks steps away from coaching after 27 years

Jace, who will enter the eighth grade at Stratford next year, also plays football and baseball.

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-05-22 12:15:00

Owasso, Collinsville students named to Dean's Honor Roll at East Central University

Alexandr Sprenger of Owasso, and JoAnna Mitchell and Kristina Younger of Collinsville, have been recognized for their outstanding academic work during the 2018 spring semester.

TULSA WORLD - 2018-05-21 13:15:00

Artesian Arts Festival features works of talented Chickasaw family

The Edgars — Wayne, Linda Sue and their eldest son, Wayne Jr. — not only look forward to participating in the fifth annual event May 26 but are filled with gratification that the premier arts festival is conducted in their hometown.

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-05-22 12:15:00

Ada resident graduates from University of the Cumberlands

“We are proud of our institution and of our graduates,” said Dr. Larry Cockrum, UC president. “At Cumberlands, we are involved in molding, making, shaping and developing traditional hopes, dreams and core family values. The university family recognizes the significance of this milestone in graduates


19-year-old Soto, Harper homer, send Nats over Padres 10-2

Washington Nationals' Juan Soto (22) celebrates his three-run home run with Pedro Severino (29) and Mark Reynolds (14) during the second inning of a baseball game against the San Diego Padres, Monday, May 21, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 2018-05-22 01:40:29

Everything to Know About Hulu's Catch-22 Adaptation

Hulu is adapting Joseph Heller's classic 1961 novel Catch-22 into a limited series and it already sounds like an Emmys front-runner. In his first regular series role since ER, George Clooney will executive produce and star in addition to directing a few episodes. Plus, the project has tapped other f


Slaughterville homes, church damaged by overnight storms

Sky 5 flew over storm damage Sunday afternoon in Slaughterville, where homes and a church were damaged by straight-line winds.Watch the video aboveto see the extent of the damage.


The Latest: Survivor in fatal cougar attack alert, talking

LOG INOklahoman subscribers log in and goad-FREE.NORTH BEND, Wash. (AP) — The Latest on a fatal cougar attack in Washington state (all times local):3:05 p.m.A man who was injured by a cougar while riding a mountain bike in Washington state is in serious condition at a Seattle hospital.Harborview Med


Muscogee-Creek Artist to Present Work at Artesian Arts Festival

“I was a cast member of American Indian Dance Theatre out of New York City,” said Deer, who resides in Holdenville, Oklahoma. “I went all over the United States and to about 23 or 24 different countries and traveled with them for almost 12 years.”


Six ECU accounting students earn OSCPA scholarships

Photo providedSix East Central University accounting students were awarded scholarships from the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants. The six awards, valued at $11,250, accounted for 44.5 percent of the $25,250 awarded to college and university students statewide. Pictured on the front


Pottawatomie County man convicted of possession of child pornography

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reports the conviction of Philip Jan Cannon, 77, of Tecumseh, Okla. on one count of possession of child pornography.


UPDATE: Survivors from Noble and Norman identified

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported that Steven Taylor, 34, of Norman and Jennifer Collett, 36, of Noble were transported to the OU Medical Center following a boat collision at 10:24 Saturday night. Taylor was driving a red and white vessel that collided with a 1998 cream and teal Starcraft.


American Legion hosts Armed Forces Day parade in Ada

ADA, Okla. (KXII) -"They gave a big sacrifice for us and I feel like we owe them," Ada Darlene Lehman said."They've served us now it's our turn to serve them," Event Organizer Rich Kaye said.American Legion post 72 hosted Saturday's Armed Forces Day parade in Ada, the first one in over 30 years."I w