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Everyday Cheapskate

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7 Easy Ways to Slash the Cost of Clothing Clothing is not optional, but spending a lot of money on it is, says author Gregory Karp in his book “Living Rich by Spending Smart: How to Get More of What You Really Want.” So, just off the top of your head, how much would you say that your family spends on clothing in a year? According to the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Survey 2018, a “consumer unit” (people who live and spend money together) spent on average $1,866 a year on apparel and services such as dry cleaning.
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GlobalHealth Educates Oklahoma’s Medicare Beneficiaries, Caretakers During Annual Enrollment Period, Ending Dec. 7

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. –GlobalHealth, an Oklahoma-based health insurer, is raising awareness about the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) so that Oklahomans can better assess their Medicare options. The AEP is the time for current Medicare beneficiaries to review and make changes to their Medicare coverage options. AEP begins October 15th each year and ends on December 7th.
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Opinion: As COVID-19 winter approaches, Oklahoma must act

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Oklahoma set a record for COVID-19 hospitalizations last week, and the United States reached a grim milestone of more than 250,000 coronavirus deaths. After earlier surges in the spring and summer, the country is now in the midst of the feared fall coronavirus surge and we’re peering into the darkness that winter will bring. With more than 1,500 Oklahomans now hospitalized and new positive cases averaging more than 2,600 per day, it’s time for Oklahoma to act.
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Adoptable Pets

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Johnny Carino wanted to remind you all to schedule your meet and greets this week! Don’t miss your chance to save 50%, 75%, or even 100% off our adoption fees! For adoption information, contact the Northern Oklahoma Humane Society.
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Soroptimist Angel Tree

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This holiday season Ponca City Soroptimists have created an Angel Tree for children of struggling families in our community. “We decided to do something different to help a few women with children in our community have a happier holiday,” said Heather Sumner, SIPC vice-president and project chair.