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Water limits now in place
There are now some major water restrictions in place for Pauls Valley.
Attorney on other side of law
A Wynnewood attorney is now on the other side of the law after he was formally charged Tuesday with soliciting a female client for sex with her and her two teenage daughters in exchanged for reduced fees.
Pool project gets tourism lift
No life vest needed here as the planning for a future outdoor swimming facility in Pauls Valley has received a much more secure anchor when it comes to money.
Governor lifts burn ban here
A ban on outdoor burning in place for more than two months now has been lifted for nearly three dozen Oklahoma counties with Garvin County being one of them.
Testimony comes in beating case
One former defendant took the stand Tuesday to describe his part in a 2010 beating death that now has his friend on trial for manslaughter.
Hammer to stay behind bars
No bond will be allowed for an Elmore City area man facing a murder charge for killing and dismembering another man’s body before disposing of the remains in a pond.
Obama brings energy strategy to energy state; promises support for Keystone XL
President Barack Obama said Thursday he will fast-track the southern portion of a pipeline from Cushing to Texas and consider a new permit proposal for a northern section of the line from Canada.love you back."
Voters say yes to fire tax
Voters said yes in a big way Tuesday for a quarter cent county sales tax meant to help fire protection services throughout Garvin County.
Annual GAO Report Exposes More Duplication in the Federal Budget, Less Responsibility Coming Out of Washington
Members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs, Chairman Joseph Lieberman (ID-CT), Ranking Member Susan Collins (R-ME), and Tom Coburn, M.D. (R-OK) released the following statements today regarding the second annual Government Accountability Office (GAO) report identifying ongoing duplication and areas for costs savings throughout the federal government.
TransCanada ready to build Keystone XL pipeline from Cushing to the Gulf Coast
TransCanada will go ahead with a portion of the Keystone XL pipeline that will connect oil storage facilities in Cushing with refineries along the Gulf Coast in Texas.
In January, President Barack Obama denied a presidential permit for the pipeline project, citing a lack of time to evaluate environmental concerns over the pipeline crossing the Ogallala Aquifer in the Nebraska Sandhills.
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