ELGIN - While some students may be happy to have a few days off school during the Oklahoma Teacher Walkout, others who rely on receiving school lunches are not as eager to stay home.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Last week the Oklahoma legislature passed a trio of house bills, signed by Governor Mary Fallin on the evening of March 29, 2018, allowing for the highest teacher salary pay raise in Oklahoma history.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A package of Oklahoma tax hikes aimed at generating hundreds of millions of new dollars for teacher pay and averting statewide school closures received final legislative approval Wednesday night.

Olive Buys, 2, from Choctaw, rocked her own mini Volkswagen bus during V-Dubs in the Park on March 25, 2018. The flashy little bus, remote controlled by her father, Jim Buys, allowed Olive to effortlessly cruise around Medicine Park in style.


Cement's FFA held their 3rd Annual Feed Sacks for Trash Day on March 24, 2018. Nineteen FFA members, along-side several parents, spent the morning collecting trash along Hwy 277 between the rodeo arena to the curves that stretch out on the east side of town.


CYRIL - In celebration of the local country music legend, Keith Coleman, the Cyril Historical Society and First National Bank are hosting a Gala and Silent Auction on March 24, 2018,at 6:00 p.m. at 101 N 4th St in Cyril to honor the work and legacy of world renowned musician, Keith Coleman.

APACHE - Local self-taught contemporary oil painter, Tobias Monroe, began his artistic career with no formal training just four short years ago after the death of his grandmother, Norma Jean, inspired him to want to paint her portrait.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Continued dangerous fire behavior conditions prompt interagency wildland personnel to extend the Fuels and Fire Behavior Advisory, issued on March 7, through April 4, 2018.

Sunday’s weather pattern provided only limited moisture across the state.