The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage, and Oklahoma’s religious conservatives voiced their displeasure.
Recents floods have forced all kinds of animals to seek higher ground.
Oklahoma’s Democratic Party is on the verge of having a stroke of genius. Party officials announced they’re considering opening primary and runoff elections to Independent voters at the party’s July 25 delegate meeting at Oklahoma City Community College. The Democrats’ intent is clear: to be more inclusive, expand primary participation and draw voters to Demo-cratic…
A Pennsylvania man convicted of child molestation hid out in Muskogee and worked at Wal-Mart for nearly 20 years.
Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler has had some trouble with thieves repeatedly breaking into the restaurant.
Oklahoma isn’t involved in the recent debate over the Confederate flag because we discreetly ditched ours years ago.
Concerning incarceration I want to commend Ben Felder for posing tough questions and sharing (what should be) startling statistics around the achievement gap between our African-American co-citizens and their white peers (News, Cover, “Warning bells,” June 3, Oklahoma Gazette). The hard truth is we face problems both systematic and intergenerational, leaving no area of life…
Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman Randy Brogdon recently made a questionable choice for political director, but his questionable choice resigned.
Oklahoma City must come up with $9 million to finish the Native American museum by the Oklahoma River.
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