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Common Core repeal has educators worried
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — With the Legislature's repeal of tough, new English and math standards known as Common Core, education leaders said they're concerned Oklahoma students will fall further behind their counterparts in more than 40 state which have implemented the standards.
Travelers win Connie Mack state championship
Down 2-0 and down to their final three outs, the Traveler Majors delivered a championship rally in the seventh inning Sunday.
Hearing set on rezoning
City commissioners will tackle rezoning items and a licensing agreement amendment Monday evening at the regularly scheduled meeting of the City of Woodward and Woodward Municipal Authority.
Red Cross seeking additional volunteers
The Red Cross is currently looking for volunteers in Woodward and the surrounding areas.
Changes in military surplus program still causing some problems
OKLAHOMA CITY — Cities, counties and school districts remain frozen out of a federal program that has sent millions of dollars worth of trenchers, trailers, semis, bulldozers, boats and forklifts and other equipment over the years.
Love for Dr. Waddell easy to see
Doctor Donald Waddell is known by many names by many people.
AAA offers some tips on fuel mileage
With gas prices still high, drivers need every bit of help they can get on saving money and saving the gas itself.
New director for historic site
Historic Fort Supply has added a new House to its facilities.
Shayne House is the new site director for the historic fort grounds. He replaces former site director Bob Rea who retired from the position in March after 23 years with the site.
Benefit set for area man
In early June, when 30-year-old Tra Snider noticed his back hurt, he didn’t think much about it.
Hodgden named state finalist
Woodward Teacher of the Year, Monica Hodgden has been named as a finalist in the Oklahoma Teacher of the Year competition.
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