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Mayor William Joyce issued a proclamation Wednesday which extended Stillwater’s state of emergency and provided regulations under which some businesses can begin reopening.

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Oklahoma State University will begin the process of reopening its campuses June 1 and will have in-person classes in the fall, President Burns Hargis announced Friday.

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Formal Fantasy has sewn and sold formal wear in Stillwater for the past 21 years, but this spring, it halted production for a new undertaking: mask making.

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Following a month of rapid changes for OSU students and staff, it has become increasingly clear that COVID-19 will not be going anywhere without a fight, a fight that Oklahoma State will be joining.

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While in the middle of a pandemic, it can be hard to remember what an important year 2020 is politically. Aside from the presidential election in November, this year marks the 23 census since the first in 1790. For most students, this will be the first time they will have filled out the cens…

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On Monday, the City of Stillwater issued a Shelter in Place order that will go into effect at 11:59 p.m. until April 16. The city has also restricted public access to the Stillwater Municipal building and closed park equipment.

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Payne County voted in favor of former Vice President Joe Biden and to allow restaurants to sell alcohol on holidays in the elections Tuesday.

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Stillwater residents who were registered to vote had their final opportunity to vote in both the presidential primary and county alcohol proposition on Tuesday.

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Lore Properties LLC, along with applicant Simply Grow Crops, was approved for a Specific Use Permit to allow a medical marijuana grow facility by the City Council on Monday.

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Bridge replacement moves to the next step despite uncertainty regarding help from Federal Emergency Management Agency, Payne County Commissioners said Thursday.

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Stillwater voters will cast ballots Tuesday regarding a city council election and a proposed sales tax extension, Resolution No. 2019-33.

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A crowd gathered at Eskimo Joe’s Saturday morning to participate in the Polar Plunge, a fundraising event for Special Olympics.

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Music has always been a part of the human experience. In the earliest days, it was sought out by men who made the first wind instruments from bones and drums from animal hide. Music is everywhere today, seeping out of car stereos, echoing through stadiums and playing in the background of eve…