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Tourism responds to situation

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As COVID-19 forces Americans indoors on what was for many expected to be a week of travel, the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department is focused on helping keep its staff and fellow Oklahomans safe while also providing the latest information on temporary business closings and rescheduled events around the state.
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Resources are offered

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The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) has developed discussion guides for families and educators around COVID-19. The teacher and family discussion guides include clips from OETA’s Oklahoma News Report, identifies key terms, provides background information, and suggests discussion questions to facilitate conversation. The teacher guide also identifies activities and Oklahoma academic standards correlations. OETA’s teacher discussion guide is appropriate for grades 4-12. Links to the discussion guides can be found at OETA.tv/coronavirus.
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Adoptable Pets

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THIS BEAUTIFUL fluffy cat is Lacie and she is very sweet. She can be a little shy at first but she loves to be pet and she warms up quickly! She will be the perfect lap cat! Contact the Northern Oklahoma Humane Society for adoption information.
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Facebook provides residents with tools

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With Spring officially beginning today, Facebook is providing Oklahoma governments and residents additional tools and resources to prepare and manage what is expected to be an active tornado season. Even in the relatively minor year of 2019 Oklahoma had 99 tornadoes, so Facebook is providing new capabilities to support communities throughout the state when the next storm comes through.
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Police Blotter

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Domestic — At 9:45 a.m. Wednesday a subject in the 1500 block of East Bradley reported a domestic disturbance. An officer responded and advised the subjects were separated and would be doing a warrant request for domestic assault and battery.
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Wildcat Academy

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WILDCAT ACADEMY students went to the Washington Prekindergarten Center this week and read Dr. Seuss books to the students to celebrate Read Across America week. Pictured are Summer Rateliff and Teagan Streeter.