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CareerTech earmarks funds for truck driving, oil work
A shortage of truck drivers and oil field workers in Oklahoma led state career education officials Thursday to set aside millions of dollars to train workers in those professions.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: HIV/AIDS statistics
In the United States 1.1 million people are living with HIV/AIDS today and worldwide about 35.3 million people are living with HIV, the Center for Disease Control reports.
40th annual Cookson Jubilee already revving up
With the 39th annual Cookson Jubilee this past weekend, “39 and Holding, Don’t Know Jack,” volunteers with the Tenkiller Area Community Association (TACO) can begin planning for a huge celebration next June.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Robocall poll
2014 Remember the Removal
The 2014 Remember the Removal bike riders departed the Cherokee Nation May 28, officially beginning a three-week journey to retrace their ancestors’ path along the Trail of Tears.
Tips to prevent tick bites and mosquito-bourne diseases
The Oklahoma State Department of Health offers many tips to help make summertime safer and more enjoyable. Visit their website at www.ok.gov.
NSU Continuing Education offers summer camps
Northeastern State University’s Continuing Education will offer several camp opportunities throughout the summer.
Minimum wage poll results
The Daily Press polled its online readers, asking what action should be taken with the minimum wage?
Kawasaki ATV 4x4 contest official rules
Initiatives for local veterans
According to James R. Floyd, director of the Jack C. Montgomery Veterans Administration Medical Center, several new initiatives have been introduced to address the influx of new patients.
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