The plane normally used by governors was sold for $1.27 million.
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Gov. Kevin Stitt on Thursday said the state does not need another stimulus package from Congress.
Donelle Harder recently entered her second contract with the state for up to $130,000.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling has created a “significant” amount of confusion, especially regarding inmates serving time in state custody for crimes committed on “historic tribal lands,” Attorney General Mike Hunter said.
Tribes have prevailed in a federal lawsuit against Stitt, garnering an order saying their compacts automatically renewed on Jan. 1.
Steve Bickley took several days off after member Allen McCall, a retired judge, sent him an email accusing him of injecting anti-death penalty options on the board.
In addition, teachers are expected to be tested on a monthly basis.
It will be a while before new speed limit signs are posted. Oklahoma Highway Patrol will enforce existing speed limits until the new signs are in place.
An official with the Department of Veterans Affairs says all the deaths may not have been a direct result of the respiratory disease. Since July 1, 65 residents and 21 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the state.