August 15, 2018 archive

Poultry farm opponents gather support in NE Oklahoma

Northeast Oklahomans are putting up a growing fight in an effort to stop pollution caused by additional chicken farms popping up in the area. As the Tulsa World recently reported, another meeting was held last weekend by angry residents of Delaware County.  It was the latest gathering of those upset over a poultry operation near …

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Congressman unhappy over House Ethics Committee ruling

Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin, who sits on the House Energy and Commerce Committee has been ordered by the House Committee on Ethics to return $40,000 wrongly paid to him five years ago by his plumbing business. And he’s not happy with the ruling. It was Mulling Plumbing where he gained large recognition in eastern and …

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Storms produced flooding in Oklahoma City, southern Oklahoma and SE Kansas

Storms dumped up to 5 inches of rain Wednesday night in Oklahoma City and produced at least two weak tornadoes. No damage was reported from the tornadoes, each which lasted only a few seconds.  But Oklahoma City firefighters indicated they had to make at least 32 high water rescues involving stranded motorists and at least …

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