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Oklahoma liquor retailers prepare for wine fight
Oklahoma liquor retailers are gearing up for a public relations campaign to preserve a vital part of their business.
State court upholds wine initiative petition
OKLAHOMA CITY — An initiative petition to ask voters if they want to allow grocery stores in the state’s largest counties to sell wine was narrowly approved Thursday by the Oklahoma Supreme Court....
Okla high court to hear arguments on wine proposal
The plan would create a new wine license that would allow the retail sale of wine for off-premises consumption by grocery stores instead of just package liquor stores. More than 30 other states allow wine to be sold in grocery stores.
County roads need extra safety
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol wants to educate the motoring public of the dangers on county roads.
Governor signs transportation bills
Gov. Mary Fallin has signed transportation legislation that will increase funding for repairing the state roads and structurally deficient bridges.
Services honor goes to PV resident
Laura Arcenas was honored at the annual Governor’s Conference on Developmental Disabilities held recently in Norman.
Fallin signs water act
Governor Mary Fallin signed into law this week the Water for 2060 Act, the most comprehensive, ambitious statewide water conservation measure in the United States.
Fallin signs Okla. welfare drug testing bill
Certain Oklahoma welfare recipients could be subjected to drug tests under a bill signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin.
State senators offer revenue-neutral approach to reduce income tax
Senate leaders Tuesday unveiled a revenue-neutral plan to slash the income tax by one-half of 1 percent over the next two years, a move that clearly caught officials from the House and governor’s office off guard.
BrickFest lineup set for visitors
With the weekend comes Pauls Valley’s way of welcoming in the summer through BrickFest and ready to go is a schedule of events people can take advantage of on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5:
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