The Texoma Report 6-16-2021

Jul 13, 2021

Epic Charter Schools’ reconstituted governing board met Tuesday night to approve a more than $335 million budget. 

An Oklahoma joint legislative committee will help prioritize proposals for state government’s share of federal American Rescue Plan Act funds. 

The National Endowment for the Arts announced its 2021 class of National Heritage Fellowship winners, which includes Osage textile and ceramic artist Anita Fields. 

The Texoma Report 6-15-2021

Jul 13, 2021

The OKC Pride Alliance is hosting in-person events after many of last year’s Pride events were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is issuing an ozone alert for the Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Lawton metropolitan areas for Wednesday, June 16.

The 21st annual deadCenter Film Festival is going on this week in Oklahoma City, featuring a record breaking 180 films.

A Christian summer camp in Northeast Oklahoma is on hold due to a COVID-19 outbreak.

The Texoma Report 6-14-2021

Jun 21, 2021

The Muscogee Nation will be purchasing the recently closed Cancer Treatment Centers of America facility located in South Tulsa.

The Oklahoma City police detective who said a fellow officer shot Bennie Edwards in the back “unnecessarily,” is taking back his words. 

Former Quapaw Tribal Chairman John Berrey was barred from running for office by the tribal nation's business committee.

For the fifth time in program history, the Oklahoma Sooners are softball national champions. 

The Texoma Report 6-11-2021

Jun 21, 2021

Summer is nearly upon us, although it feels like it has already come in with a vengeance, and it’s the time of year for cycling tours.

This weekend is packed with fun things to do in Lawton all happening on Saturday. 

The Texoma Report 6-10-2021

Jun 21, 2021

Oklahoma continues to rank top three in the nation for hepatitis C deaths.