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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.
Cache Public Schools

‘Negative impact’: Error leads to higher property taxes in Cache Public Schools district

Community members within the Cache Public Schools district will see an unexpected property tax increase of about 15 percent this year owing to a...
Hafer Park

Edmond City Council: Work group pitches footbridge, trails on land purchased next to Hafer Park

Derek Smithee, chairman of the Edmond Land Conservancy, delivered a presentation during Monday's Edmond City Council meeting in which he discussed ideas that have...
Senate PAC

Roundup: Senate PAC fined, politico jailed, judge appoints herself judge

As is prone to happen, the past two Fridays have been filled with news that may have slipped past your weekend radar. Never fear! Articles...
federal Indian boarding school

‘We need to tell what happened’: Indian boarding school survivors speak in Anadarko

ANADARKO — Standing among about 300 people this morning in the Riverside Indian School gymnasium, Donald Neconie told federal officials, tribal leaders, tribal citizens...
Weatherford

Free dental, vision, medical care available in Weatherford July 16-17

Generally speaking, I have a pretty firm rule here at NonDoc: We do not hype things. Sure, we sometimes publish excerpts of books and...
racially restrictive covenant, Wayne Frost

Edmond man finds racially restrictive covenant language amid neighborhood dispute

When Wayne Frost purchased a plot of land next to his auto accessory business in Edmond, he knew his neighbors might protest his business...
Tulsa Public Schools

Stitt requests a special audit of Tulsa Public Schools

A letter from two members of the Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education has prompted Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt today to request that the...
abortion access in eastern Oklahoma

After Dobbs decision, some ponder abortion access in eastern Oklahoma

(Editor's note: Some interviews for the following story were conducted prior to the official June 24 release of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in...

‘Monetary phenomenon’: An inflation primer for the Oklahoma Legislature

At the end of this year’s regular session of the Oklahoma Legislature, Gov. Kevin Stitt called for a special session to provide Oklahomans “inflation...
David Hammer

Days after being elected Pottawatomie County DA, David Hammer dies

Five days after he was elected Pottawatomie County district attorney, David Hammer died today at age 47. Hammer's death was announced on Facebook by members...

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