Coronavirus Continues To Spread Across Oklahoma

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The spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues throughout the state of Oklahoma. As of Monday, July 6, the total number of confirmed cases of the disease had reached 16,362, a jump of 2,605 from the previous week’s total of 13,757. The death toll in Oklahoma has reached 399.

COVID Cases Rise In Oklahoma

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As confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to rise across Oklahoma, Gov. Kevin Stitt reaffirmed his opposition to a mandatory mask order.

What You Need To Know About Medicaid In Oklahoma

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Even with the passage of State Question 802, many people do not fully understand the Medicaid system. I have focused this column on the information Oklahomans need to help those who might qualify or want further information.

A Modest Compromise On “Confederate” Military Bases

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In July 1864, Confederate forces led by General Jubal Early attacked Fort Stevens and Fort DeRussy on the outskirts of Washington, DC. Union forces drove them away after two days of skirmishes, but the battle threw a scare into the capital city and constituted a high point in the Confederacy’s Shenandoah Valley campaigns.

Rabbit Exhibitions Banned In Oklahoma

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Oklahoma State Veterinarian, Dr. Rod Hall, has banned all rabbit exhibitions in the state until September 24, 2020, to allow time to assess the scope and range of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD) in the region surrounding Oklahoma.

It’s Time To Talk About

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Self-help meetings are good resources for those who are in need of support, accountability, and building a group of friends that are in recovery. These support groups are not treatment or “rehab” as is a common misunderstanding. These meetings provide community support by linking individuals with specific problems to others who have some recovery time. These recovery groups also offer some form of “program” in which an individual can work.
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