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Congressman Steve Russell shakes hands with Don Spurgin before a town hall meeting at The Village Municipal Building, Tuesday, March 8, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Steve Russell jumps headlong into his new duties as a state congressman

Steve Russell focuses on border security and immigration policy in his first year in office.

Letters to the Editor: Aug. 7, 2014

Who’s to blame? Donald Smith (Commentary, Letters, “No war,” July 16, Oklahoma Gazette) wishes to remind those of us with “short memories” that the United States sent troops into Iraq at the order of George W. Bush. I wish to refresh his memory and ask him if he remembers 9/11. Does he remember which Middle

Where Do We Go Now?

Slated to open Friday at AMC Quail Springs Mall 24, 2501 W. Memorial, the movie is set in an isolated Lebanese village with an uneasy truce between the town’s Christian and Muslim populations. The peacekeepers are the women — Christian and Muslim alike — who distract the men’s bellicose tendencies any way they can, whether

Camel Spiders

The giant spider invasion begins after U.S. military forces fight a Middle Eastern enemy in an unspecified desert, and not everyone survives the gunfire or, in case of the enemy, the spiders who pull their bodies into caves for feasting. One spider clandestinely crawls into the coffin of a dead American soldier, and upon return

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