Beaver Co. Man Named to State Board of Agriculture

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OKLAHOMA CITY – In a press release Monday, Governor Mary Fallin appointed Britt Hilton to the State Board of Agriculture. Hilton, of Gate, owns and manages a cow-calf and stocker operation. He will serve the remaining term of Joe Mayer, who passed away in May. Hilton will serve on the board immediately. Final confirmation isContinue Reading

Gov. Fallin: No Special Session on Medical Marijuana

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Before Tuesday’s primary, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said a special session would be needed if State Question 788, which legalizes medical marijuana, were to pass. Three days after passing with 56 percent of the vote, the governor has changed her mind. In a statement released Friday afternoon, Fallin said a special session will not beContinue Reading

WATCH: Aaron Watson “Run Wild Horses” video

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Aaron Watson has released the video for his latest single, “Run Wild Horses.” “Run Wild Horses” is currently #42 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. His previous single, “Outta Style” peaked at #10 on the charts

UPDATE: Two Charged in Woodward Shooting

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Two people have been identified and arrested in connection with a fatal shooting in Woodward early Wednesday morning. Royce E. Denton, 35, and Jessica Maupin, 19, were arrested by officers from the OSBI, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, FBI, Woodward Police Department and Harper County Sheriff’s Office. Woodward Police said late Wednesday thatContinue Reading

Area Counties Approve Liquor by the Drink

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Several counties in western Oklahoma had propositions to allow liquor by the drink in order to comply with State Question 792, which will end 3.2 beer and allow the sale of full-strength beer in bars, restaurants and grocery stores. Alfalfa, Beaver, Dewey, Harper and Roger Mills were those counties and all five will pass it.Continue Reading

FEMA Approves Oklahoma’s Disaster Assistance for April Wildfires

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OKLAHOMA CITY – In a press release from her office, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved the state’s request for disaster assistance for five counties impacted by wildfires that occurred April 11-20. The approval means federal funding is available to assist municipalities, counties and rural electricContinue Reading

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