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Girls get to have fun at Camp Tomahawk
Campers get to experience all sorts of activities, from Frontier City in Oklahoma City to the Alabaster Caverns.
EPD lieutenant gets article published
Warren Wilson writes for magazine he read as a child.
Inhofe honored at summit
Oklahoma senator and Tinker Air Force Base took top honors at Association of Defense Communities event.
Local woman, group to make blankets for homeless shelter
The blankets will be given to Hope Outreach's future shelter.
- Enid man sentenced to 120 years for child sexual abuse, molestation
- Westchester Drive project begins on Monday
- Bridge Results for 6/15/13
Report: Hamm divorce could have wild card repercussions for Continental shareholders
A Reuters analysis say financing the divorce could mean a less-than-majority stake in the company for Hamm.
Flag Day recognition started by kindergarten teacher
Recognition of the United States flag was believed to have originated in the 1880s by a kindergarten teacher in New York City. After three decades of celebration by Americans, Flag Day officially was established by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916.
Surviving Afghanistan: Ex-Navy SEAL details his brush with death
Marcus Luttrell’s story is one of those you don’t hear much about.
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