Rachel Henry, 22, was arrested in Phoenix on Monday on suspicion of murder after she confessed to smothering her three children, ages 3, 1 and 7 months, police reported.
As expected, the new ADM list for the next two football seasons has been approved by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association.
Thursday-Saturday at Ballfields at Firelake in Shawnee
Two months before investigators interviewed a Prague teacher accused of sexually assaulting students, a counselor in South Carolina told police she interviewed a boy who said the teacher raped him while he was a student. The teacher, Billy Smith, was killed in a car crash May 3. The boy's attorney wants to know if police notified the school district or questioned Smith following the report.
A middle school teacher accused of sexually assaulting students met with investigators the night before he died in a car crash.
Sequoyah (26-3), the defending 3A champion, will take a 17-game winning streak into its semifinal Friday against either Hartshorne or Comanche at State Fair Arena.
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Here are the final-day high school state wrestling results for all classes held in Oklahoma City.
Jones coach Jenni Holbrook has patiently waited for the moment things click for her young squad.
A 6-foot-2 freshman at Prague High School unknown to most, Embry has captured the state's attention after just 17 games in a small community northeast of Shawnee.
A Sand Springs resident recently celebrated the publishing of his book “From Praha to Prague: Czechs in an Oklahoma Farm Town” about how Czech immigrants embraced their new home of Prague, Oklahoma, while maintaining their cultural identity.
The National Shrine of the Infant Jesus draws about 75,000 visitors annually to Prague, Okla., according to information available at the shrine.
Yet while prescription drug-makers have no problem selling overseas at cut-rate prices, they want to kill a program that brings lower prices to rural America. Instead of having other nations pay their fair share, why do these big guys pick on the little guys, namely rural America and its struggling hospitals? Obviously, their sky-high profits still aren’t enough for them!
“The yard was losing an average of $10,000 a month in theft,” said Mike Haines, founder and CEO of Prague-based Well Checked Systems International.
After coaching at Guthrie and Prague, he thought he had found his home coaching the panhandle of Texas at Dumas High School.
Mannford Town Administrator Mike Nunneley is among the five officials inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town officials.
Transportation officials have rolled out a monitoring service that will help prioritize bridge inspections after earthquakes.
Television appearances and tournament wins are incentive, but it's the family involvement that has kept Prague noodler Nathan Williams going since he was inspired to start his businesses after catching three 50-plus-pound catfish on “River Monsters."
Jake Walter, Oklahoma’s state seismologist, said quakes on a routine basis, even if small, can trigger activity that grows into a larger one.
Broermann shot a final-round, even-par 71 for a 222 total while Williamson, a senior, shot a 76 for a 222 total as each finished tied for seventh.