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The Shawnee News-Star
Posted at 7:00 AM

While many dispute when the observance of Memorial Day began exactly –– 1864, 1866 or 1868 –– most official opinions at least agree on why it is observed.

Posted at 7:00 AM

A well-known Shawnee man who was confirmed on Wednesday to be a fugitive of justice from Washington state remains jailed in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center, but he is expected to be extradited to that state to face rape charges from the...

Posted at 4:00 AM

It's official: Donald Trump will be the Republican presidential nominee this fall. He crested the crucial 1,237-delegate threshold earlier this week in North Dakota, taking what was a near-certainty and turning it into an absolute-certainty.

Posted at 12:00 AM

This morning President Obama is in Vietna , and while there he will authorize our defense industry to sell them advanced military weapons to protect themselves from Chinese aggression in the South China Sea. Similarly, Russian aircraft are buzzing...

Posted at 12:00 AM

Norman author Robbie Lamberson will be signing copies of her second book, “The Queen of Cuss and Her Redheaded Treasure,” from noon to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 4, at the Living Word Christian Bookstore in the Shawnee Mall.

Posted at 12:00 AM

A novel, “A Promise to Break: Love, Faith and Politics in the 1930s,” written by Kathryn Spurgeon, will be released at the Shawnee Block Party on June 18. A pre-launch will be June 17 downtown at the Arts @ 317 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, at 7...

Posted at 12:00 AM

Greetings! How many of you Savvy Seniors could sleep amidst crashing sounds of thunder? Or, with bright streaks of lightning flashing across the room? And pounding rain? It was a scary sound to wake up to, as it was all so loud, with such crashing...

Posted at 12:00 AM

Daniel Aaron Gilbert and Sara Renee Gilbert of Chicago, Illinois, announce the birth of their son, Haiden Arthur Gilbert.

Posted at 4:38 AM

Rico Abreu won Saturday night's Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions event at Wayne County Speedway.

Updated at 11:58 PM

At the end of the first day of play for the 2016 Elks Invitational, Braden Ricks found himself as the leader of the pack. Ricks shot a 71 for one-under par to be the only contestant to go under on the day.

Updated at 8:59 PM

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Third-seeded St. Gregory’s kept its season alive with a come-from-behind victory over No. 7 seed and host Morningside (Iowa) Saturday at the NAIA Softball World Series. After trailing by four runs late, the...

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