The Shawnee News-Star
Updated at 8:48 AM

During Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate, Hillary Clinton said, “We have got to stop imprisoning people who use marijuana.” Carly Fiorina said during a recent Republican debate, “Two-thirds of the people in our prisons are there for nonviolent offenses, mostly drug-related.”

Updated at 8:29 AM

Nate Beeler on Obama and Afghanistan.

Posted at 7:00 AM

On Thursday the Historic Shawnee Alliance (HSA) hosted a free informational seminar for close to 60 attendees at Vintage Venue, 120 N. Broadway Ave.

Updated at 1:39 AM

McLOUD — Bristow scored long touchdowns on the first play of three possessions and overwhelmed McLoud, 33-14, Thursday night in a District 4A-2 Fall Break battle.

Updated at 1:36 AM

GLENPOOL — Senior quarterback Gus Hull chalked up 174 yards on 35 carries Thursday night, igniting Tecumseh to a 28-13 District 4A-2 victory over Glenpool.

Updated at 1:36 AM

Seminole had won 31 straight district home games before Jones came in for a Fall Break Thursday game. The No. 6 Longhorns dominated the Chieftains 27-7 to remain undefeated and stay on top of District 3A-3.

Updated at 1:35 AM

MEEKER — Keyed by a 401-yard rushing night, Meeker kept its playoff aspirations alive with a 41-27 win over District 3A-2 foe Mount St. Mary Thursday night. Both squads had 53 rushing attempts with the visitors finishing with 306 yards.

Updated at 1:33 AM

There is no reason that Shawnee should have lost to Durant Thursday night. The Lions outscored Shawnee 25-21, but it was really the Wolves who beat themselves.

Updated at 1:33 AM

MAUD — Bolstered by 513 yards of total offense, Maud ended a three-game losing skid Thursday night with a 52-34 triumph over Allen in a District B-2 conflict.

Updated at 1:21 AM

The third time was the charm for the Tecumseh Lady Savages on Thursday. After getting dropped in the first round of the Class 4A Fast Pitch State Tournament for the previous two years the girls finally earned a quarterfinal win, taking...

Posted at 1:01 AM

With two Republican and one Democratic debate over, now is a good time to start following the 2016 presidential election. Regardless of your party affiliation, here’s a list of apps to help you follow the presidential hopefuls and issues on the...

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