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.
Offering up healthy alternatives for just about any ailment is the real goal of a new Pauls Valley store that someday plans to also serve as a medical marijuana dispensary.
When it comes to talking politics it’s like a real life family feud for a father-son who happen to work in the same Pauls Valley law office.
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.
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.
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.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Legislature’s joint medical marijuana committee Wednesday approved a set of nonbinding rules designed to govern laboratory testing and labeling of medicinal products.
The debut version of a vintage bicycle event in Pauls Valley is in the books as the second one appears right on course for this weekend.
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.
The lobby of Pauls Valley's hospital again filled up with people hoping to learn more about the medical facility's future as an Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate dropped by for a visit Monday.
Stores of all kinds are feeling the pinch of having little to no beer to sell in the days leading up to a new Oklahoma law kicking in soon allowing for some big changes.
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.
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.
- Trying to help what ails you Future PV dispensary ready for MMJ
- Still hoping for hospital miracle
- Alcohol plays part in area wreck
- Truck wreck still has questions
- Political eyes on hospital closure
- Political family feud Local father-son differ a lot on politics
- A bit of help for hospital employees
- Emotions high after closure
- Garvin County Public Records
- Vote comes to shut down local medical center