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NORMAN — A Cleveland County district judge said Monday he’s hopeful lawyers will be able to reach an agreement by July 1 so an $85 million opioid settlement agreement can finally be reached.

The Rogers County Health Department wants everyone to be prepared for mosquito season. This year with all the extra rain we have received and areas of standing water from the floods we should be aware and take precautions for protection.

On April 25, 2019, the Oklahoma Senate advanced a set of criminal reform bills back to the State House for action. The official public release contained the following statement: The Oklahoma State Legislature on Thursday advanced a series of criminal justice reform measures that provide uniformity of certain drug offenses. House Bill 1927 was included among those pieces of legislation.