Myra Baker of Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, offers no apologies for her fire-in-the-belly support of President Donald Trump and stopping Democrats from rebounding against him in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

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In the wake of the abrupt closure of Pauls Valley's hospital help for its former employees seems to be coming almost as fast.

The closure of Pauls Valley's hospital just days ago is an example of an issue some hopeful lawmakers want to address if they get the voters' thumbs up in next month's general election.

State authorities don't really know why a semi truck and the trailer it was hauling went off a highway and dropped a few feet down from a bridge between Pauls Valley and Stratford.

A special time to get rid of those big electronics no longer wanted is coming soon to Pauls Valley's recycling center.

The next deadline for voters in Garvin County and across Oklahoma is Halloween, which on Oct. 31 is the last day to requested mailed absentee ballots for the general election on Nov. 6.

As Pauls Valley's hospital was continuing to shut down this week there was one guy still busy working the phones trying to find a miracle to keep it open.

Emotions are running high, especially on the angery side, as employees at Pauls Valley’s hospital are still seeking answers on why a governing authority voted to close the medical facility.

Sign up has already started for Pauls Valley residents interested in receiving a holiday basket of food for Christmas from the PV Samaritans.

With a big vote only a few weeks away life has been pretty busy in an election office in Pauls Valley.

State troopers have concluded one driver's failure to stop at a traffic sign was the cause of a two-vehicle accident near Stratford over the weekend.

The Oklahoma Blood Institute is set to make a few stops here as a series of blood drives are about to get the Garvin County treatment.

A murder suspect from Missouri who had been to Pauls Valley before made a return visit while on the run as authorities caught up to him and others early Tuesday morning.

Two claims that it was the other guy who was the aggressor in a Pauls Valley altercation didn't stop a judge from ruling against the defendant.

Dogs of all sizes will soon have a place of their own as a Pauls Valley park for man’s best friend is nearing completion.

An undercover sting targeting a possible online sexual predator came down with an arrest right in the middle of Pauls Valley.

The Oklahoma Blood Institute is getting into the Bedlam spirit with a couple of blood drives coming to Garvin County.


A Pauls Valley official says the thinking has always been to help both local healthcare and the residents of various nursing homes around the state where the city here has become the licensed owner and operator.

An intruder got a big surprise and way more than he bargained for as he was stopped in his tracks by a Pauls Valley homeowner this past weekend.

Voters aren't the only ones getting ready for a big election next month as scammers appear to be looking to cash in from folks who plan to cast ballots.

A recent front sweeping in from the north shows a cozy feel to a warm fireplace is a good thing when it’s cold outside.

A few human pals of man's best friend are now working to be ready for a Pauls Valley festival that puts dogs and their owners at the center.

Oklahoma’s long and tumultuous relationship with alcohol began at statehood and will reach a pivotal juncture on Monday, Oct. 1 with cold, full-strength beer sales at grocery, convenience and liquor stores.

State health department facilities all over the state, including the Garvin County site in Pauls Valley, are planning to get flu vaccine clinics started Monday, Oct. 1.

Samaritan Sunday might be one day but the effort for a food pantry that helps Pauls Valley residents in need has been going on for the past few weeks.

With a trial docket starting this week for Garvin County courts a few cases won’t go before jurors because of plea deals.

The march keeps right on going for some high school musicians who add a real flavor to what’s become a big festival in Pauls Valley.

A whole lot of preparation is going on right now before a general election day arrives in a few short weeks.

An Ada man has now been formally charged for driving under the influence of both alcohol and marijuana causing a two-vehicle accident that was “nearly fatal” for two people near Stratford.

Pauls Valley authorities are still investigating an overnight theft from a downtown business earlier this week.

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