Archive: 12/16/10: Thursday
Bokoshe Residents Say Senator Inhofe, Congressman Boren Flip Flopping On Fly Ash IssueSenator Jim Inhofe and Congressman Dan Boren now say something needs to be done about the giant mound of black ash sitting next to tiny town of Bokoshe.
Power Plant Company Calls Allegations Over Oklahoma Fly Ash Site 'Unsupported'
Oklahoma Lawman Pushes For Tougher Punishments For Funeral ProtestersOklahomans are known for good hospitality, but residents' tolerance and patience is being tested by those who protest at funerals. One lawman is speaking out and asking for stricter laws and tougher punishments for those who picket funerals.
Beggs Superintendent Says Viral Meningitis Case Poses 'Little Danger' To Students, StaffDespite a case of viral meningitis that forced Beggs Schools to close early for Christmas break, the Superintendent emphasizes there is little danger to students, staff, and the public.
Beggs School Students Begin Christmas Break Early Due To Case Of Viral Meningitis