Few among the crowd noticed when Hunter Wittrock made his way from the stands in his familiar power wheelchair to a discreet area where he would transition into a walker.
The Town of Hennessey’s annual townwide cleanup started Friday, June 5, and continues through Saturday, June 13.
The moment Bill Reitz watched the video of George Floyd being killed, he knew it was wrong and he knew there would be consequences.
The much-awaited opening of Hennessey’s $2.1 million aquatic center is set for Monday, June 15.
Anglers hoping to introduce someone to the sport of fishing this year have a chance to take them for free June 6-7.
A local family raised money for the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation with a 10th annual event.
Mason Overstreet was named the SEC Men’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the second straight season, the conference office announced Wednesday.
Recent Kingfisher High School graduate Riley Myers has one more preps award to collect.
Colby Campbell had a goal entering his senior season of golf.
In my last column, I discussed some of the major pieces of legislation passed this year. This week, I’m writing about a few additional measures that are now law.
“The riots didn’t happen because of outrage, but because the gathering mobs were told by everyone from CNN right up to their local (left-wing) politicians that angry protests were expected and would be tolerated. That was as good as throwing a match into a spreading pool of gasoline,” Daniel Greenfield wrote via the Sultan Knish blog.