Wednesday, June 3, 2020
www.redfrontier.org By KASSIE MCCLUNG   In Oklahoma, the novel coronavirus’ toll on older adults has been staggering: Oklahomans age 65 and over make up nearly 80 percent of reported deaths in the state. In a recent one-week period, Oklahoma reported 18 deaths and 114...
www.tahlequahdailypress.com By Janelle Stecklein jstecklein@cnhi.com.     The state remains on track to begin the next phase of business reopenings later this week even as hospitalization numbers spiked Wednesday and health officials worked to resolve testing accessibility problems. The state Department of Health reported...
www.eurweb.com By EURPublisher01   “Tamron Hall” on Tuesday (May 12) featured John Boyd, president of the National Black Farmers Association, from his farm in Baskerville, VA.  He shared the many ways the pandemic is affecting him and his livelihood. “My biggest fear is the possibility...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   On Wednesday, state lawmakers transferred language reinstating the ballot notarization requirement into three separate bills in an effort to advance it as quickly as possible. House Floor proceedings were briefly delayed in order for members to determine...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   We have missed serving you in our casinos as we follow state and local guidelines to social distance so we can protect our employees and guests. However, I hope you are safe and healthy as we...
www.dallascowboys.com By Jonny Auping   As far as anyone could tell, there were no doubts about CeeDee Lamb going into the 2020 NFL Draft. In fact, plenty of experts considered him to be the best wide receiver in the most heralded wide...
www.fox23.com   Quick Facts: Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Wednesday a three-phase approach to reopening the state economy. State officials said the plan is based on “scientific modeling from public health experts.” They said the plan is meant to mitigate the...
By Kimberly Marsh McLeod  kimberly@littlemarshpr.com   What’s your perception of the overall mood of your co-workers/ first  responders, and has it changed over the course of the pandemic? 1).  Initially there was uncertainty as not much was known, but what was very clear...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     In response to the impact of COVID-19 on schools and students across the state, Speaks 4 You, Inc. nonprofit will continue its efforts to provide scholarship seminars and services to underprivileged, low-income, disadvantaged and minority families...
www.fox23.com   As of April 6, Oklahoma has over 60 drive-thru sites open for COVID-19 testing. The following list is from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Atoka County Health Department When: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: 932 West 13th Street, Atoka, OK Contact: (580) 889-2116 Beaver...
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