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While most people typically deal with Coronavirus symptoms over a week and a half, others deal with day to day mild symptoms even after that. [Read More]
While some might see former judge Douglas Patterson's guilty plea on theft charges as remorseful, another judge in the county doesn't believe that's the case. [Read More]
Some studies are showing that virtual learning is affecting kids' math skills in different ways. Assistant Superintendent Dr. Tammie Reynolds for... [Read More]
Lawton Fort Sill Veterans Center isn't doing angel tree or their closet wish list this year. [Read More]
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Health Director Angela Weideman said if you traveled for the holiday and know you came in contact with a positive case, and are showing symptoms,... [Read More]
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Johnson added at this time, there's no set date for another reevaluation, though he assured that the district is ready at any given moment to... [Read More]
As COVID-19 cases are steadily rising, Oklahoma health care professionals are working to keep the public informed about the dangers of the virus. [Read More]
Lawton Public Schools received a large donation of masks today from Lawton's NAACP Branch. Members donated one-thousand cloth masks to... [Read More]
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Executive Director of United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley, Andy Neborak said while there aren't any local non-profits in danger of collapsing, all are... [Read More]
Alabama State NAACP Conference President Benard Simelton said Black Alabamians' skepticism as it relates to government and medical research has been passed down through generations,... [Read More]
Another Central High teacher has won a national award, shining light on what has been a uncertain school year for educators. [Read More]
A local counselor said it's all about maintaining a sense of familiarity as much as possible. [Read More]
A HEMSI spokeman said they expect patients to be truthful, but have found that's not the case with every patient. [Read More]
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