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Dogs Deal With Rain, Losses But End Up With Win

The Sulphur baseball team dealt with rain and tough losses last week, but ended things with a win on Monday. Sulphur (3-7) shut out Pauls Valley, winning 6-0 over the Panthers on Monday afternoon.

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UPDATE: Three Oklahoma teens arrested for murder, burglary

OKLAHOMA CITY — Police have arrested three teenagers in connection to a burglary and homicide after a man was found dead in southwest Oklahoma City home. In February, Police responded to the area near I-240 and S. May for a welfare check where they found the victim identified as George Olinger, 47,

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Chickasaw Nation welcomes spring with celebration

SULPHUR, Okla. -- Every year, members of the Chickasaw Nation come to Sulphur to take part in the Three Sisters Celebration. This week-long event marks the beginning of spring and growing season for the nation.

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Oklahoma woman is making her mark on engineering

Samantha Dominguez is a systems engineer at the Boeing Company in Oklahoma City. Growing up in Texas her mom wanted her to have a career that was of service to people. She also wanted to work closely with the government and she says now she is able to do both.

KFOR

Almost 700 Oklahoma drivers incorrectly identified as uninsured

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – A prosecutor who leads a new program that comprises automatic license plate readers says nearly 5 percent of vehicles flagged as uninsured in Oklahoma were identified by error.

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Lady Dogs Out Of The Gates Fast

The Sulphur softball team got going last week, playing nine games and are now the No. 5 team in Class 5A after the first week of games. Sulphur went 7-2 during the first week and came away with a runner up finish to Valliant in the Washington Tournament over the weekend.

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Photo gallery: These iconic Oklahoma buildings are endangered of being torn down

Preservation Oklahoma, a nonprofit organization, has worked since 1993 to bring attention to buildings and places that are at risk for demolition or deterioration. Each year they produce an annual endangered list.

TULSA WORLD

Oklahoma School for the Deaf mourns Superintendent Larry Hawkins

SULPHUR — When Larry Hawkins, longtime superintendent at the Oklahoma School for the Deaf, passed away suddenly last month, the shock was felt far and wide. Hawkins worked in Deaf education for more than 40 years, forming countless connections with students and other educators along the way. During

DAILY ARDMOREITE

Oklahoma County sheriff upset with county commisioner over jail criticism

Oklahoma County Sheriff P.D. Taylor lashed out Thursday at a county commissioner who has accused him of mismanaging the jail. "The fight started today," Taylor said after speaking out at a county budget board meeting. The sheriff is upset with Commissioner Kevin Calvey, a former state representative

DAILY OKLAHOMAN

Garvin Co. man arrested for animal cruelty

GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - A Garvin County man is facing charges of animal cruelty after allegedly killing a kitten Sunday. A report states 62-year-old Coleman Daniel Stephens admitted to investigators a cat died after he had dropped it inside a fenced pen with his two dogs.

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Turner Falls Park has no lifeguards this year

DAVIS, Okla. -- Davis police are urging spring breakers at Turner Falls Park to stay safe. Close to 12,000 visitors have gone through park gates this month, more than half of that number just this week.

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No lifeguards on duty at Turner Falls

Davis, Okla. (KXII) - In the past 30 days, nearly 12 thousand people have visited Turner Falls park - half of that number was just in the past week. Davis police are wanting people to know about the park's safety regulations.

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Is Your Ranch Operation Not Performing Like It Should? May be Time for a New Management Plan

Hugh Aljoe is director of producer relations with the Noble Research Institute based in Ardmore, Okla. and recently spoke with attendees at the 2019 Cattle Industry Convention during its Cattlemen�s College to discuss how to put all the pieces of a management plan together in order to be the most

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I Am Becoming workshop for girls slated for night before Miss Black Ardmore

A former Miss Black Ardmore Pageant winner is bringing something new to the proceedings this year, and she hopes Ardmore girls will benefit. Zaundra Grant, an Ardmore native, Miss Black Ardmore winner and bestselling author, will serve as a judge for this year’s pageant. She said she wanted to give

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Roff Tigers fall in extra innings

GULF SHORES, Ala. — Highly touted Morgan Academy of Selma, Alabama, scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game and another run in the bottom of the eighth to win it in a tense 5-4 victory over the Roff Tigers Thursday in the semifinals of the 2019 Gulf Shores Shootout.

THE ADA NEWS

Construction to expand Blake Shelton's Ole Red underway

TISHOMINGO, Okla. (KXII) - Construction crews are at Ole Red, expanding the venue to the end of the street where Bakers Mercantile used to be. "I'm glad what he's doing here for Tishomingo," Anita Robertson said.

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Man arrested in Ardmore for multiple warrants

ARDMORE, Okla. (KXII) - A man with multiple outstanding warrants was arrested in Ardmore last week. Ardmore police say Jessie James was arrested March 13 after police stopped his car on Scenic Highway 77 for having a broken break light.

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Abuse plea draws prison term

A former Maysville man sat quietly and appeared calm throughout a hearing this week as he was sentenced to a decade behind bars on a charge of sexually abusing a young girl. No witnesses took the stand as only opposing attorneys argued their sides while a shackled James Qualls, 61, looked on during

PAULS VALLEY DAILY DEMOCRAT

Wings of Freedom Tour lands at Ada Regional Airport

Ada residents got their first look at five vintage World War II-era aircraft Wednesday as the planes touched down at Ada Regional Airport. The Wings of Freedom tour, a showcase of vintage airplanes, will remain open to the public through Friday at Ada Regional Airport.

THE ADA NEWS

Art event goes to pop side

The next Fifth Friday Artwalk in Pauls Valley looks to be going to the pop side. On display at Stark Art Gallery will be the paintings of the newest pop art sensation, Red Kittens, during the artwalk event the evening of March 29 in the local downtown area.

PAULS VALLEY DAILY DEMOCRAT