Pauls Valley, Oklahoma —
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David Toth (left), assistant manager at Discount Guns in downtown PV, checks out the winning name of Danny Frazee as a shotgun was raffled off with proceeds going to the Pauls Valley United Fund. Looking on is Connie Frazier of the United Fund board.
Opal Lee Watts
Opal Lee Watts of Stratford, Oklahoma was born November 27, 1916 in Van Buren County, Arkansas to Curry L. and Ruth (Griffin) Duke.
Jon Stephen Rains
Jon Stephen Rains, 60, was born November 23, 1952 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Erdie O. Rains and JoAnn (Burleson) Rains.
Richard Wayne Coatney Jr.
Richard Wayne Coatney Jr., 54, of Lindsay was born Feb. 10, 1959 in Ozona, Texas to Richard Wayne Coatney Sr. and Betty Jean (McCaleb) Jaques.
Jim Harlan West
Jim Harlan West, 76, of Spiro, Oklahoma passed away November 8, 2013, in his home in Spiro.
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Dr. Keith Smith, right, an anesthesiologist who started Surgery Center of Oklahoma, looks on as Dr. Don McGinnis, left, and physician's assistant Steve Popielec, right, perform a surgery at the center in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013. Through a website called Medibid, some patients who pay out of pocket for their care are soliciting doctors, hospitals and medical centers, including this one, to bid to perform non-emergency procedures. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
Patients driving hundreds of miles to OKC and elsewhere to save on medical procedures
Paul Freeman drove 600 miles last year to save himself — and his employer — thousands of dollars on his surgery.
Two Moore families get new homes after storm
Two Moore families who had lost everything in the May 20 tornado experienced their own version of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Saturday.
- Patients driving hundreds of miles to OKC and elsewhere to save on medical procedures
More U.S. oil production
A challenge from Presidents Reagan to Obama has been to reduce the U.S. dependence on foreign oil. Over-reliance on imports makes us more susceptible to those regular foreign crises that tend to send prices spiraling upward....
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