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Taproom and record store coming to Downtown Ardmore

Black Mesa Taproom II and Cool Tom Records owner Tracy Edwards says her establishment will have an atmosphere unlike anywhere else in Downtown Ardmore."

Small magnitude 3.2 quake hits 21 miles northwest of Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States in the morning

An earthquake of magnitude 3.2 occurred in the morning on Friday 26 February 2021 at 9:10 am local time near Ardmore

Big 12 Football: 50 best players of all-time

The Big 12 has been around since 1996 and has had some great players in its relatively short time as a conference There's nothing quite like the"

Tramel: Misunderstood Mike Holder strived for excellence in 55 years at Oklahoma State

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Retired Air Force physician leaves $2.2 million to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

Mote was a second-generation physician whose love of medicine was traced back to spending his childhood around his father’s clinic in Ardmore. He later joined the Air Force after graduating from medical school at the University of Oklahoma. Mote served ..."

$15 million in COVID-19 relief to be provided to Oklahoma airports

A new Federal Aviation Administration program will distribute nearly $15.2 million to several Oklahoma airports to support coronavirus relief efforts."

Oklahoma begins new wave of COVID vaccinations

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has spent about two months giving COVID-19 vaccinations to first responders

Owasso’s coronavirus-related deaths jump to 40; Collinsville’s fatalities stand at 14

Owasso has recorded 5

Legal Aid offers navigator help for enrolling in Marketplace

Fifteen certified navigators are on board at several legal aid offices across the state
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CDC: What to expect at your COVID vaccination appointment

The CDC is offering the following information about what you might expect at your vaccination appointment when it is your turn to receive one of the three COVID-19 vaccines.

It's important for everyone to continue using all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Cover your mouth and nose with a mask when around others, stay at least 6 feet away from others, avoid crowds, and wash your hands often.

High temperatures across the US rise well above seasonal averages

The high temperatures across the U.S. will continue to follow a warming trend on Sunday. The Midwest and Central Plains will be flooded with warm air that will push temperatures up to 20 degrees above the average.
The weather system moving into the Pacific Northwest will bring rain and snow to the coast, with wintry conditions expected at the highest elevations.

Biden officials visited U.S.-Mexico border Saturday amid migrant influxSecretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas led a visit by Biden administration officials to the U.S. border with Mexico on Saturday amid a growing number of border crossings and criticism by Republicans that an immigration crisis is brewing.

President Joe Biden, a Democrat, has sought to reverse rigid immigration polices set up by his predecessor, former President Donald Trump, whose 2016 election and four-year presidency were dominated in part by his efforts to build a border wall and reduce the number of legal and illegal migrants coming into the United States.

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AstraZeneca Coronavirus Vaccine Deemed Effective Against South African Variant

The World Health Organization has moved to assuage concerns related to the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine in providing immunity against the SARS-CoV-2 mutation first detected in South Africa last year.
The variant is particularly contagious and has been detected in several countries where it has spread quite rapidly; one of them being the Philippines, but WHO representatives in that country have repeated guidance that dismisses earlier reports about low rates of vaccine effectiveness.

Biden meets with U.S. lawmakers on infrastructure pushPresident Joe Biden met on Thursday for more than an hour with a bipartisan group of lawmakers on the White House's planned pursuit of a massive jump in spending on projects to restore crumbling U.S. infrastructure.

The big hurdle, as it has been for more than a decade, remains how to pay for trillions of dollars in new spending when neither Congress nor lawmakers have been willing to raise taxes or find new sources of revenue.

Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg met with House of Representatives members including Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio, a Democrat, and congressman Sam Graves, the panel's top Republican.

U.S. envoy seeking support to shake up Afghan peace process, warring parties objectThe U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan proposed a shakeup of the stalled peace process this week, including an interim government and a conference of key players, according to diplomatic and political sources, but his plan faced immediate objections by the warring sides.

Afghan-born U.S. diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad is on a visit to Kabul, Doha and other regional capitals, his first since U.S. President Joe Biden's administration began reviewing its options for the peace process and as time runs out before a May 1 U.

Trump demands three Republican groups stop raising money off his nameFormer President Donald Trump has clashed again with his Republican Party, demanding that three Republican groups stop using his name and likeness for fundraising, a Trump adviser said on Saturday.

The adviser, confirming a report in Politico, said lawyers for Trump on Friday had sent cease-and-desist letters to the Republican National Committee, National Republican Congressional Campaign and National Republican Senate Campaign, asking them to stop using his name and likeness on fundraising emails and merchandise.

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