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The Texoma Report 1-11-2021

Jan 11, 2021

The Texas Nurse’s Association is reporting an alarming surge in Covid-19 cases across the state which has forced many Texas hospitals to capacity. 

Texas health providers getting doses of the COVID-19 vaccine this week will include 28 providers that will focus on large community vaccination efforts, state health officials said Sunday. 

Investigations continue as the FBI searches for more suspects from the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol. 

The Texoma Report 1-8-2021

Jan 11, 2021

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

An in school quarantine program trumpeted by Oklahoma health officials late last year has been abandoned. 

An Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals order filed Thursday says Tommy Ward will stay in prison while the court considers the state attorney general’s objection to his release. 

The Texoma Report 1-7-2021

Jan 11, 2021

When the U.S. Senate abruptly entered recess Wednesday afternoon, Oklahoma senator James Lankford was in the middle of a speech.

2020 is now part of the history books; a tragic, stress-filled, painful chapter that saw families and communities face a global pandemic, one of the most contentious election seasons ever, and the reality of racial injustice after the Killing of George Floyd and the ensuing protests.

The Texoma Report 1-6-2021

Jan 11, 2021

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has issued a statement regarding the attempted coup on the nation’s capitol on Wednesday afternoon as election protestors stormed the US capital and occupied the building, moving on the senate floor.

The Lawton Police Department is partnering with Councilwoman Onreka Johnson and the Lawton Mental Health Coalition to develop a crisis response team.

The $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill includes the Save Our Stages Act… which allocates $15 billion for live venues… independent movie theaters and cultural institutions across the nation. 

The Texoma Report 1-5-2021

Jan 11, 2021

Can Oklahomans over 65 get the coronavirus vaccine yet? It depends on where they live.

Congress meets in a joint session tomorrow to certify the votes of the Electoral College, and several Republicans from both the House and Senate are expected to object.

The Oklahoma House and Senate have convened for a constitutionally mandated organizational day at the state Capitol.

Lawton City Council finalized the 14.6 million dollar purchase of Central Mall Tuesday During a council meeting. 

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