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Oklahoma National Guard Soldiers train with Fort Sill garrison

FORT SILL, OK — Thirty-one Oklahoma National Guard Soldiers with 745th Military Police Detachment are spending their annual training (AT) at Fort Sill earning their MP certifications.

Soldiers hoping for an early Friday release, stop to save a life instead

FORT SILL, OK – Two Fort Sill Soldiers were hoping to enjoy an early release from class June 10. Instead, they saved a crash victim’s life.

Senate Notes

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — We convened in a special legislative session this past week to approve more American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for a slate of projects recommended by the Joint Committee on Pandemic Relief Funding.

Eager readers focus on Mad Science at library

ALTUS, OK — Mad Science was the theme of the Summer Reading Program at the Altus Public Library on June 16.
Features
Fifty-two years later, the remaining veterans and survivors of the Battle of FSB Illingworth are still thankful for the lifetime granted to them by their fallen brothers.
“Preventing Sexual Assault: It’s time to talk about what we don’t talk about,” is the title of the U-Night workshop, to be held Thursday, April 14. Meet and greet with …
Sports
NAVAJO, OK — Abby Bates has achieved what no athlete at Navajo has yet accomplished: a triple All-Stater.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Rep. Gerrid Kendrix and Sen. Brent Howard, both of Altus, today offered their congratulations to Altus students for their wins at the recent Eastern Nationals archery competition in Louisville, KY. 
Opinion
Calling all Conservatives. The real ones. Not the phonies. Ones whose cornerstone values are the Constitution, the rule of law, and institutions that make those possible. When are you going to …
OKLAHOMA CITY – House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, issued the following statement on providing inflation relief
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — While we were still busy this past week, it was nice to take a breather from April’s last legislative deadline and focus on some of our additional responsibilities here in the Senate. One of our duties is to approve executive nominations, which are Oklahomans the governor has appointed to our state’s numerous boards and commissions.