WATCH: Randy Travis joins Cody Jinks onstage in Ardmore

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Randy Travis made a surprise appearance at Cody Jinks show this past Saturday (1/26) in Ardmore while Cody was singing Randy’s classic “Digging Up Bones”. At one point Randy’s wife, Mary, tells the audience, “One time George Jones (was asked) who’s gonna fill his shoes and he said ‘Randy Travis.’ People ask us who’s goingContinue Reading

NEW SONG FROM BART CROW!

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It’s been 3 years since we heard new music from Red Dirt/Texas favorite Bart Crow, and it appears the wait is over. New Single "Wheels" out NEXT FRIDAY, January 25!! Stay tuned 👀#wheels pic.twitter.com/9qUOMlATF0 — Bart Crow (@BartCrow) January 17, 2019 No word yet on a new album, but we will keep an ear outContinue Reading

Music Legend Roy Clark dies at 85

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According to an email from his publicist, Roy Clark has died. “Roy Clark, the legendary ‘superpicker’, GRAMMY, CMA and ACM award winner, Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member and co-host of the famed ‘Hee Haw’ television series, died today at the age of 85 due to complications from pneumonia at homeContinue Reading

Woodward Plans for Ice Rink at Crystal Beach Park

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Crystal Beach Park will be lit with millions of lights during “Crystal Christmas” later this year, but a new attraction is coming to the park during the holiday season. Earlier this week, Woodward City Manager Alan Riffel announced plans for an ice rink to be installed on the Thunder basketball court. It will be openContinue Reading

State Election Board Warns of Phone Scam

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The Oklahoma State Election Board is warning residents of a potential phone scam when it comes to voter registration. State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax says there have been reports of people getting phone calls in which the person on the other line offers to register them over the phone. Registering over the phone isContinue Reading

New Alcohol Laws Go Into Effect in Oklahoma

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It has been nearly 23 months since Oklahoma voters overwhelmingly approved a state question to change the state’s alcohol laws. On Monday, grocery and convenience stores, once restricted to selling beer with only 3.2 percent alcohol by volume, were finally allowed to sell full-strength beer and wine with the implementation of State Question 792. TheContinue Reading

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