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State Treasury: Growth Spurt Stagnates In March

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gross Receipts to the Treasury in March fell below collections from March of last year following two months in which receipts showed marginal growth, State Treasurer Ken Miller announced today during a news conference at the State Capitol.

Truck Accident Forces Closure Of I-35

A commercial vehicle accident stopped some traffic in Kay County last night. OHP Troopers were called to the scene about 7:40 p.m. A semi-trailer rig was overturned in the median on I-35 southbound at mile marker 220. ODOT officials diverted traffic at the Blackwell exit (MM... Read More.

NOC recognizes Evans & Associates Partnership

Evans & Associates Enterprises, Inc. has been recognized as Northern Oklahoma College’s 2017 Business Partner by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. The Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award, recognizing innovative collaborations that further the education of Oklahoma’s workforce, was presented to 28 business and... Read More.

Cardinals Lock In Piscotty

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to terms with outfielder Stephen Piscotty on a six-year contract (2017-2022) that includes a club option for the 2023 season. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed. “Having Stephen Piscotty join a number of... Read More.

OHP Announces First Female Tactical Team Member

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol recently announced that TRP Sarah Rencken #799 has been named as the first female Trooper to be assigned to the OHP Tactical Team. Rencken is a graduate of the 61st OHP Academy in 2013 and has served... Read More.

He’s Back! Yadi And The ‘Birds Come To Agreement

The St. Louis Cardinals reached agreement yesterday with Yadier Molina, considered to be among the greatest players in franchise history, on a three-year (2018-2020) contract extension.  Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed. “Yadier Molina has demonstrated for many years his importance to the... Read More.

UPDATE-Schieber, Rowe Booked, Facing Charges

(Update-Mr. Schieber and Mr. Rowe were booked today. Mr. Schieber's bond was reduced to $10,000) Two former Kay County Commissioners are facing charges. 64 year old Dee Schieber of Kildare is charged with seven counts of misdemeanor willful violation of law regulating official conduct. His bond... Read More.