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On Tuesday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 388 active cases in Payne County, with 339 of those cases coming from Stillwater. No additional deaths were reported.

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Last week, Oklahoma State University administration said “no known cases have been linked to a classroom environment” in a response to the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Council’s statement of immediate concerns. 

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After you’ve been swabbed and sent back home, what happens next? It’s a smaller journey than you would think. 

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On Sep. 15, the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 477 active cases in Payne county, with 419 coming from Stillwater. No additional deaths were reported.

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As the 2020 election season hurtles toward its inevitable conclusion, it’s time for candidates to start sweating, and for voters to start preparing.

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On Sept. 9, Oklahoma’s State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 505 active cases in Payne county, with 448 of those cases coming from Stillwater. This represents a decrease in both areas from yesterday.

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On Sep. 8, the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 523 active cases in Payne County, with 456 cases in Stillwater.

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Over the long weekend, The O’Colly made trips to several new spots, and ran an impromptu, informal experiment to put two varieties of stink-bait to the test.

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Two weeks after the most recent emergency declaration was announced, three Stillwater bar owners are taking advantage of the option to implement outdoor seating. 

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On Sep. 3, Oklahoma’s State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 406 active cases in Payne county with 345 coming from Stillwater.

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As the COVID-19 crisis shuts down community hubs and events across the nation, one Stillwater tradition has been cleared to continue.

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On Sep. 1, Oklahoma’s State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 335 active cases in Payne county, with 272 of those cases coming from Stillwater. Both of those figures were down one case from yesterday.

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Last week, automotive issues kept The O’Colly off the lakes, but the fishing report returns this week, with an abundance of data!

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On Aug. 30, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 306 active cases of COVID-19 in Payne County, with 238 of those cases in Stillwater.

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On Aug. 27, Oklahoma’s State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 187 active cases in Payne county, with 147 of those cases coming from Stillwater. No additional deaths were reported in either Stillwater or Payne county.

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Dr. Thad Leffingwell is a clinical health psychologist and professor at Oklahoma State University. In his years at OSU, he’s worked his way up to being the head of the psychology department. The O’Colly interviewed Leffingwell about the psychology behind the decisions to not wear masks, and …

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In the early days of COVID-19, as the virus quickly swept across the globe, Oklahoma State University researchers rapidly mobilized to begin studying the pathogen.

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Incumbent Sheriff Kevin Woodward was defeated by challenger Joe Harper in the Aug. 25 runoff election, and will be the next Payne County Sheriff.

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On Monday, August 24th, a large group of Oklahoma State University students gathered for a march across campus with hopes to continue a long overdue conversation about the advancement of racial equity in the OSU community.

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On Wednesday, Mayor William Joyce declared a state of emergency for Stillwater requiring bars to only serve patrons that are seated and to maintain a maximum occupancy of 50% capacity.

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Just before classes started at Oklahoma State University last Monday, many students decided to crowd Washington Street’s bars last weekend without regard to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines.