The Daily Ardmoreite
Updated at 9:19 AM

The scene is eerily familiar: Rising water levels edge upward, flooding businesses and homes, cars and schools, in what has historically been a hard-hit state. Parents huddle next to their children on rooftops trying to escape the water, pets in tow. People swim to be rescued by boats, which have become a sign of salvation.

Updated at 9:04 AM

These days it has become a standard part of just about every natural calamity to befall the United States. Why has a presidential visit become such a standard part of the federal government's response?

Posted at 8:45 AM

A recent study, co-sponsored by Gaea and The Captain Vassilis Foundation, in cooperation with the University of California, Davis and the US Department of Agriculture, revealed the results of the first-ever human trial testing the...

Updated at 8:26 AM

Hillary Clinton on Monday night laughed off Donald Trump's attempts to raise questions about her health.

Updated at 8:14 AM

Donald Trump said he would consider working on a dramatic TV series based on his life should he lose the election this fall.

Posted at 8:00 AM

CORNISH — Failing to plan yielded zeros.

Posted at 8:00 AM

SULPHUR — The best way to describe the power that Sulphur freshman catcher Kady Lynch has hit with lately is to let her explain it herself.

Posted at 8:00 AM

The Oklahoma Association of Retarded Citizens-Carter County Inc. recently was the recipient of a  $16,800 grant from the  McCrory Foundation. The grant was to replace flooring in three of the agency’s...

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