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Grove Public Schools Closed Due to Illness

GROVE, Ok. - Grove Public Schools will be closed Friday, February 15th due to the high numbers of students and staff absent because of illness; as well as the possibility of inclement weather.


Midsouth Tackle, Hunting, and Boat Show to be held at Grove Civic Center

Boat dealers, outfitters, and guides are heading to Grove to talk tackle, hunting, and boating. Gibson Bait, Tackle, and Marine is hosting the 20th annual Midsouth Tackle, Hunting, and Boat Show this weekend at Grand Lake. Outdoors enthusiasts are able to attend seminars from fishing and hunting pro


World champ? TV viewers learn Monday if Oklahoma teen is winner of 'America's Got Talent: The Champions'

Howie Mandel’s body language said plenty. During Darci Lynne Farmer’s most recent “America’s Got Talent” performance, Mandel (he’s one of the judges on the show) put both hands on his head in a manner that suggested he was astonished by what he was seeing and hearing.


Russian court orders U.S. investor, Oklahoma native, held for 2 months

MOSCOW — A Moscow court has ordered a U.S. investment fund manager, an Oklahoma native, to be jailed for two months while facing fraud charges. Michael Calvey, founder and senior partner at Baring Vostok equity firm, was detained Friday morning along with two other fund managers.


The Oklahoma! open line. Marijuana is near yet so far.

Here's the open line and a question: Have you been to Oklahoma yet with your now-activated Arkansas medical marijuana card? If not, be warned there are complications. Yes, we have no medical cannabis for sale in Arkansas yet.


2019 Valentine King and Queen

Dan Whitney and Charlotte Asher were crowned the 2019 Valentine King and Queen on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Grand Lake Villa in Grove. The pair, who met at the residential care facility, are also couple in real life. They are celebrating their third Valentine's Day this year.


Large amount of marijuana, derivatives seized in Anderson

ANDERSON, Mo. — Regional drug task force investigators, police and sheriff's deputies served a search warrant Friday on a residence in Anderson, seizing what authorities termed a large amount of marijuana, along with other controlled substances and firearms, and taking two people into custody.


Children from all over the world come to Grove to spread the Word of God

GROVE, Ok. - Children of the World is a choir made of 15 kids from Nepal, Uganda, and the Phillipines. Tonight, they sang at the Elk River Baptist Church in Grove. They sang and danced to several songs using instruments and clothing native to where they are from.


Tax refunds can help Oklahoma's wildlife

Oklahomans receiving a refund in tax year 2018 can contribute all or a part of their refund to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Wildlife Diversity Fund by using Oklahoma Resident Income Tax Return Schedule 511-H.


Oklahoma drone bill needs careful review

The use of drones has raised reasonable concerns about their potential use in illegal activity. But legislative efforts to address these concerns often prove impractical. A Senate bill allowing people to be fined if they fly a drone over privately owned agricultural property may be the latest exampl


Pospisil twins prep for State

Pebbles and Bam Bam are heading to the state 5A swimming championships this weekend. While only one will compete, the other will be there on the sidelines, providing encouragement and support.


Oklahoma Highway Patrol Captain Accused Of Attempted Blackmail

Oklahoma City, OK - An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Captain is accused of attempting to blackmail the state's Department of Public Safety Commissioner. Troy German was trying to gain a promotion or appointment to a state office. Court documents show he threatened to release evidence of OHP misconduct if


Power outage for people living in Miami

MIAMI, Ok. - Power is out in the northeast part of Miami Friday night. The City of Miami says the outage is due to a loss of electric to the city's substation. Crews are working to reroute power.


Oklahoma man who made moat around property arrested for stolen items

WAGONER COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma man was arrested after he allegedly built a fort around half of his building. Officials told FOX 23 that deputies had the Vinita property under surveillance for weeks after getting information that Raymond Lane, Jr. had a stockpile of weapons and told people that


Oklahoma hospital employees don't get paychecks again

There’s trouble at several rural Oklahoma hospitals. Employees say they aren't being paid and some have learned their insurance premiums are not up to date. “The people that work there, we`re going to take care of our patients until the end,” Robin Rains said. “I mean, however it ends up going.”


Oklahoma’s most admired CEO speaking at RSU

The BM Chapter of P.E.O. in conjunction with Rogers State University’s Carl G. and Gladys L. Herrington Distinguished Lecture Series will feature Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEO of 2013, Dr. Terry Neese. Her presentation will be held Thursday, April 4at 10:30 a.m. in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center Ballro


Oklahoma County Commissioner comments on brother’s arrest in Russia

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma County District 3 Commissioner, Kevin Calvey addressed his brother, Michael’s Friday detainment in Russia today on Facebook. Michael Calvey, a US citizen and one of Russia’s most prominent foreign investors, has been detained in Moscow in connection with a large-scale fraud


Oklahoma's rig count declines by one

Oklahoma’s number of working rigs fell to 119, compared to 123 working a year ago. This week’s drop of one working rig in the Sooner State continues a trend since October, when the weekly average of rigs running that month within the state was 138.


Start date on replacing bridge at Afton set

AFTON — A bit of history will soon be gone. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will begin a project Monday, Feb. 18 that will replace the Horse Creek bridge on the east side of Afton.


Baxter man wanted for attempted murder

Police in southeast Kansas continue to look for a second suspect in connection with an assault in Baxter Springs on February 6th. The victim, Eric Ashley, was treated for injuries to his head from a blunt object and released. One suspect, Charles Applegate, was taken into custody for outstanding war