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The Texoma Report 1-19-2021

Jan 29, 2021

Under the right conditions, medical experts say schools can and should stay open despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the 2021 tax season looms, Oklahomans are waiting for another round of COVID-19 relief payments. 

Oklahoma Republican Senator James Lankford is apologizing to Black Tulsans for calling the legitimacy of the 2020 election into question.

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is offering new at-home art kits for children to explore sculpture making. 

The Texoma Report 1-15-2021

Jan 20, 2021

National Guard troops are joining state and federal law enforcement to protect the state Capitol in case violent protesters target the building this weekend. 

Two of Oklahoma’s country music stars were honored this week.

The Texoma Report 1-14-2021

Jan 20, 2021

As the house voted to impeach President Donald Trump Wednesday, all of Oklahoma’s representatives found themselves in the minority.

Immersion learning works like this: students come to school and they learn in two languages, usually English and something else. But COVID-19 has made teaching at these schools difficult.

The Texoma Report 1-13-2021

Jan 20, 2021

Oklahoma’s coronavirus cases and positivity rate are still again on the rise. 

Oklahoma health officials are considering a policy reversal, which would end a new requirement on parents seeking vaccine exemptions for their kids.

The Choctaw Nation is partnering with the Oklahoma State Health Department to administer the COVID-19 Vaccine.

The Texoma Report 1-12-2021

Jan 12, 2021

Oklahoma’s State Board of Education is asking for a funding increase for the state’s schools in next year’s legislative session.

The chair of the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board has resigned for health reasons.

Oklahoma students who’ve been exposed to COVID-19 in the classroom will now be allowed to continue attending school instead of quarantining if everyone  is wearing masks. 

Lawton City Council voted Tuesday to approve leasing the National Guard Armory building to Lawton Community Theatre for its new home. 

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