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Civics

NonDoc journalists report on the civic realm in Oklahoma and beyond. Our site also publishes a variety of commentary pieces about civic matters. As a site category, "Civics" encompasses three subcategories: Education, Health Care and Politics.

Civics

NonDoc journalists report on the civic realm in Oklahoma and beyond. Our site also publishes a variety of commentary pieces about civic matters. As a site category, "Civics" encompasses three subcategories: Education, Health Care and Politics.
EPS growth

Edmond City Council, school board discuss EPS growth, possible new schools

The Edmond City Council and city staff members met with the board and other representatives of Edmond Public Schools Tuesday night to address the...
Bill Brewster

‘Always a doer’: Former U.S. Rep. Bill Brewster dies at 80

Former Congressman Bill Brewster, who represented Oklahoma's Third District from 1991 to 1997, died early this morning at the age of 80 after a...
Land Back, Wyandotte Nation

The Wyandotte Nation’s long road to Land Back

Billy Friend was standing where his ancestors stood. Over the past decade, Friend, the chief of the Wyandotte Nation, had been making an annual trek...
gubernatorial debate, Kevin Stitt, Joy Hofmeister

Executive Session: Kevin Stitt, Joy Hofmeister to debate

Ahead of the November general election, Oklahoma Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt and Democratic State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister have agreed to participate...

‘We punch above our weight’: Catholic Conference brings religious lobby to Capitol

According to its website, the Catholic Conference of Oklahoma is “the official voice of the Catholic Church in Oklahoma on matters of public policy.”...
teacher pay raise

State board asks Legislature to hike teacher pay, forces Western Heights hire

In a lighthearted meeting today that included board members joking extensively with one another, the Oklahoma State Board of Education approved a legislative budget...
Phil Albert embezzlement

In federal plea deal, former Pelco accountant accuses Phil Albert of fraud

Phil Albert, the former manufacturing executive who served six years on the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents before resigning in January, "engaged in...
Senate District 2

Senate District 2: A question of economy vs. education

Rogers and Tulsa County residents voting in the Senate District 2 general election will choose either a public school teacher or an account manager...
Western Heights ruling

After Supreme Court ruling, judgment days approach for Robert Everman, Mannix Barnes

The Oklahoma Supreme Court today unanimously affirmed an Oklahoma County District Court ruling that approved the State Department of Education's takeover of the troubled...
Edmond mental health

Mental health assessment: Edmond needs more providers, capacity

An organization that conducted a city-wide mental health assessment says Edmond needs to expand its capacity of counselors, therapists and other care providers to...

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