Sometimes getting a two-for-one can be a good thing. However, when it comes to combining an herbicide and a fertilizer, this may not be the best approach.
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There is almost no way to prepare a family for the news that a child they had been waiting to welcome into the world did not or will not survive. It’s so sudden and so overwhelmingly that only those who have experienced stillbirth can explain it. Stillwater’s Catie MacDonald was away from home, all the way in another state when she went into labor at 18 weeks. A previous pregnancy had been high-risk, but she was told new treatments would allow her to avoid previous complications.
Saint Francis Hospital Muskogee's new vice president and administrator identified three primary objectives she would like to address while overseeing operations of a facility that serves her hometown.
Pittsburg County commissioners made the right decision to agree to house federal inmates here.
"The Entrepreneur: From Crisis to Calm," will be held 12:30-6 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 22 at Northwestern-Enid, room 218, 2929 E. Randolph.
The city of McAlester has temporarily pulled a prepared ordinance drafted to establish city regulations for medical marijuana.
“(My favorite part is) just seeing everyone happy, just seeing the smile and how it makes everyone happy.” — Clarence Wallace
Here, where we live, many have been here for a generation or longer. Others may have settled within their own lifetimes. Our experience with the land as settled people makes us different and unique from a wider worldview of an average person on the planet.