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1 Library lifts time restriction for patrons
2 Professor: Take COVID numbers with grain of salt
3 Global trade controversial, with bad, good points | News | tahlequahdailypress.com
4 Alzheimer's Association hosts 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Class
5 Libraries to start welcoming public again | News | tahlequahdailypress.com
6 Warner Public Library receives national grant to record oral histories
7 Library begins curbside service Monday
8 'Okie Dokie' tells story of 14 flags flown over state
9 Checotah library offers community garden spots
10 Libraries to host Oklahoma Statehood Day virtual program
11 Eastern Oklahoma VA begins COVID-19 vaccine distribution with Moderna
12 QUICK 5: Library to hold Zoom meeting with author Fingeroth
13 Former instructor details horrors of Race Massacre | News | tahlequahdailypress.com
14 Local libraries to open for curbside delivery, pickup
15 Walkup: Eastern Oklahoma Development District helps solve problems
16 Area residents indicted as co-conspirators in drug ring
17 New Bill Could Open The Door For More Tiny Homes In Maine
18 VA giving COVID-19 vaccinations to all veterans, spouses, caregivers
19 VA celebrates milestone
20 Officer's testimony sought in lawsuit stemming from inmate's death
21 Ginnie Graham: Tulsa library system quietly doing heroic work in transforming services
22 Muskogee VA receives staffing assistance amidst COVID-19 surge
23 Date set for return of spelling bee
24 Saint Francis Muskogee receives COVID-19 vaccine
25 Three Rivers Museum awarded Oklahoma Heritage Preservation Grant
26 Resources help locals research family trees | News | tahlequahdailypress.com
27 EODD launches new program for senior assistance | News | muskogeephoenix.com
28 Justices rule swath of Oklahoma remains tribal reservation
29 EODD AAA supports senior caregivers with Care Boxes
30 County seeks flood mitigation funds
31 US District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma
32 Federal Grand Jury criminal indictments announced
33 Man pleads guilty to sexual abuse
34 Catholic Charities begins Farmers to Families food distribution
35 Dr. Janet Wansick appointed as Eastern Oklahoma State College president
36 Fort Gibson man pleads guilty to drug charge
37 Demand for free food increases
38 Stakeholders prepare for MKARNS' 50th anniversary
39 $3 million in CARES Acts grants awarded to Oklahoma arts and cultural organizations
40 GOP challenger wins District 2 commissioner contest
41 EODD Area Agency on Aging plans expansion of food drive effort
42 Closings and delays: Several school districts cancel class due to winter weather
43 VA Medical Center changes seen as 'huge step forward'
44 US District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma 03.11.21
45 Veteran Connection: How to enroll for VA Health Care
46 Quick 5: Asher, Burns compete for Office 1, Eufaula Board of Education
47 Giving Tuesday in Tulsa: As a woman turns to pawn to keep the lights on, nonprofits keep her fed
48 Libraries in Tahlequah and Hulbert have introduced new hours, programs and features
49 Eastern Oklahoma State Spelling Bee set for Friday
50 Trump budget proposes 'transition' of Muskogee VA Medical Center
51 Deschutes County library bond would fund 2 buildings; allow system to grow with community
52 EODD to observe World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
53 Fort Gibson National Cemetery holds Memorial Day Ceremony
54 Inclement weather to continue
55 McGirt decision changes outcomes in some Stephens County cases
56 Thieves, murderers feared one of Wild West's baddest lawmen | Bass Reeves, who had Arkansas, Texas ties, was one of the first Black marshals west of the Mississippi
57 TCCL to start express service in light of COVID-19
58 Chief Chat: Protecting Cherokee rights while moving forward with Oklahoma Legislature
59 CEF Library System says quarantined bookworms rented virtually
60 Southeastern Public Library System of Oklahoma celebrates 50th anniversary
61 OCPA launches fundraising campaign for disestablishment to push 'unification of Oklahoma'
62 Suspect arrested after leading deputies on high-speed chase
63 Cherokee Nation reservation boundaries, including Owasso, Collinsville, now visible on Google Maps
64 Three Forks History: Early culture created burial mounds
65 NOC cleared to resume classes after emailed threat
66 Who's Sharing? Inconsistent Eyewitness Accounts Can Affect How We Understand Earthquakes
67 Veteran Connection: VA celebrates Women’s History Month
68 Who are the Top Workplaces contenders?
69 Mullin, Lucas, Cole look to re-election with attention focused on Congressional District 5 race
70 How modern mathematics emerged from a lost Islamic library
71 Arvest Bank kicks off 11th year of Million Meals initiative
72 Jurisdictional challenges mount after McGirt ruling | News | muskogeephoenix.com
73 How Oregon Libraries Are Planning To Reopen
74 Death sentence reversed for man who killed trooper
75 deadCenter adds Indigenous film award, former Oklahoman receives posthumous Golden Globe nomination and more film and TV news
76 Opinion | This 19th-Century Law Helps Shape Criminal Justice in Indian Country
77 $195 million Deschutes County library bond going on November ballot despite COVID-19
78 Live video shows line at ONEOK Field for early voting in Tulsa County
79 'Ready Player One' continues local fascination | Local News | tahlequahdailypress.com
80 The Case for Reparations in Tulsa, Oklahoma
81 Library aide Rene Myers promoted to manager
82 OSU's Professor Wyatt Hoback endures wasp sting to engage students
83 Greenwood County Library looks to increase enrollment in Parton's early literacy program
84 OPINION | REX NELSON: Protecting Arkansas forests
85 Massive appropriations bill includes $120 million for Tulsa VA hospital
86 5 THINGS TO KNOW: Who issues precautionary boil advisories and when would a mandatory order be issued?
87 Lapeer District Library names new director | The County Press
88 CATHEY: Looking at the legacy of Dr. E.T. Dunlap
89 Tackling COVID-19 in the Eastern Mediterranean Region
90 Invasive Zebra Mussels Found in Pet Stores in 21 States (www.usgs.gov)
91 Quinton GEAR UP students tour Eastern Oklahoma State College
92 Wagoner church to close after 120 years
93 SCOTUS expands Indigenous claims, but ancient law limits freedoms
94 Flood of Capitol riot, tribal cases swamps US prosecutors
95 5 THINGS TO KNOW: Eastern Oklahoma State softball camp coming soon
96 Forbes magazine names native Tulsan to 30 under 30 list
97 So long, late fees! Ottawa Co. library joins wave of fine-free facilities
98 29 charged with drug conspiracy
99 U of Texas will stop using controversial algorithm to evaluate Ph.D. applicants
100 Black students need changes to policies and structures beyond higher education