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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. 

The Texoma Report 12-14-2020

Dec 16, 2020

In a ceremony Monday, Oklahoma certified its seven electoral votes for President Donald Trump. 

Protesters gathered in Oklahoma City this weekend to criticize police for killing a mentally ill Black man on Friday. 

The deadline to make changes or get new health insurance through the Affordable Care ACT is December 15. 

Every time a bell rings, and angel gets its wings. Lawton Community Theatre is calling for Angel Sponsors for its radio production of the Christmas Classic, It’s a Wonderful Life. 

The Texoma Report 7-13-2020

Jul 13, 2020

COVID-19 in Oklahoma State prisons by State Impact's Quinton Chandler. The Texas Attorney General's reponse to the US Discrict Court's ruling on a Texas election law. The long-running Woody Guthrie Festival in Okema goes virtual. Oklahoma Department of Education's Joy Hoffmeister comments on safety in our public schools following the death of a local 13-year-old girl due to COVID-19. And Lawton City Council places a new public safety mandate on all city buildings. 

The Texoma Report 7-8-2020

Jul 8, 2020

Lawton Community Theatre is fighting back against economic downturn by putting on a star-studded classic rock benefit concert, and how two major Oklahoma Universities are standing behind their international students against the Trump administration. 

The Texoma Report 6-23-2020

Jun 23, 2020

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections tries to solve the problem of overpopulation in prisons and cutting costs over the next decade. 

The Lion King Jr. kid's camps kick off at Lawton Community Theatre and will be followed by a performance in August. 

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