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The Shawnee News-Star
Updated at 11:41 AM

  For years Iíve been a member of a group that raises money for womenís education. We meet monthly, sometimes more, to discuss scholarships and low-interest loans and to hear the stories of women who are changing their familiesí lives, bringing business to their neighborhoods and solutions to the world. Our seven founders Ė all students […]

Posted at 10:00 AM

Legislators typically enjoy any opportunity to meet with constituents. Events like Friday’s joint Shawnee and Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheons are usually among the best of these opportunities.

Posted at 8:00 AM

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports the overhaul of Kickapoo Street could be complete in fall. Community members remain largely frustrated with the project’s pace.

Posted at 8:00 AM

A candlelight vigil and awards ceremony to honor those who devote their lives to help those affected by sexual violence is being planned April 7 as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Posted at 7:30 AM

I stumbled upon a celebratory quote this weekend: “Forget the past – you can't change it. Forget the present – I didn't get you one.” I couldn't locate the author, but we would have fit nicely. I rarely really want anything.

Posted at 6:00 AM

Harry Reid (D-NV) was the first Democrat saved by the TEA Party and later became the rallying cry that helped conservatives find electoral success in the next two election cycles.

Updated at 2:01 AM

After three Friday losses in Moore’s “Big Cat Classic,” Bethel’s Lady Wildcats lost to Tahlequah before getting a win over Cache Saturday.

Updated at 1:59 AM

STONEWALL — Dale pushed host Stonewall to the limit Saturday, but came up just short and finished second in the Beast of the East Tournament.

Updated at 1:57 AM

Shawnee’s tennis teams saw Saturday that Dorothy knew what she was talking about when she said “there’s no place like home.”

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