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Capitol Report for February 10: Department of Wildlife Conservation skirts competitive bidding process, nationwide headlines echo Oklahoma public school issues, A.G. supports state jurisdiction

On this week’s Capitol Report, Patrick B. McGuigan summarized his recent news story on failures at Oklahoma’s Department of Wildlife Conservation to follow the Sooner State’s competitive bidding process. He told News9’s Alex Cameron, in a segment also broadcast at Newson6, the agency skirted requirements when it selected a PR agency to look at the […]

OPINION: Protecting the health of Oklahomans

by Rep. Mike Ritze and Sen. Ervin Yen Some areas of Oklahoma, particularly rural communities, have a critical shortage of doctors. That gap has increasingly been addressed with the use of nurse practitioners. While registered nurses follow a doctor’s orders directing how a patient is to be cared for, nurse practitioners actually examine patients, make […]

Capitol Report for October 29: Jackson and Munson – two good people – compete in Oklahoma City legislative race … and remembering a good man

On this week’s edition of Capitol Report on News9, commentator Patrick B. McGuigan called attention to a legislative race with two likable and hard-working candidates. In Oklahoma City’s state House District 85, Democratic incumbent Cyndi Munson won the seat in 2014, taking the place of long-time Republican Rep. David Dank. This year, Republican Matt Jackson […]

2016 National 4-H Week themed #4Grown celebrated this month

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter In 1926 the first official “Club Week” took place to promote the work of the Boys and Girls Clubs in Minnesota. Later in 1945, Club Week officially became National 4-H Week, which is now celebrated each year around the country. This year, National 4-H Week, themed #4Grown, runs from […]

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