The Shawnee News-Star
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.”

Updated at 1:56 AM

Tied at 1 at the end of regulation, Shawnee’s boys came out on the short end of the penalty-kick battle and lost, 4-3, to Durant Saturday in the Rose Rock Tournament in Noble.

Updated at 1:53 AM

TULSA — Fifteen runs in the second inning Saturday were more than enough to give Shawnee its second win in as many days over Tulsa Edison.

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