As summer begins, DPS reminds teens to play it safe while driving. In the U.S., motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens. Approximately 6,000 teens per year are killed in traffic crashes in this country—that’s the equivalent of one commercial airliner full of teens crashing every week.
DURANT, OK -- Southeastern Oklahoma State University officials have decided to hold the line on tuition and not seek an increase for the 2009-10 academic year.
SHERMAN, TX -- The SISD Curriculum, Instruction Department, and the SISD Athletic Department are teaming up to provide multi-sports camps to SISD students who will be promoting to grades 3-9.
First News meteorologist Steve LaNore wants to invite KXII viewers to join him on an America the Beautiful tour through the breathtaking fall foliage of New England, October 1 to the 9th. You’ll spend two nights in Boston and rediscover colonial America during a fabulous tour of the city.
MADILL – A Texoma favorite and hometown tradition is officially in full swing. Monday marked the kick-off the 34th annual National Sand Bass Festival. Lake Texoma was once known as the king of Sand Bass fishing and although those fish are no longer served up these days, the name and the tradition lives on.
DURANT, Okla. For the third year in a row, Southeastern Oklahoma State University officials are looking to cut energy costs in the summer months by implementing a 10-hour, 4-day work week beginning June 1 and continuing through July 31.
ADA, OK -- John R. Hargrave of Wewoka, a founder and managing partner of the Edmonds Cole Law Firm in Oklahoma City, was named president of East Central University Friday afternoon [MAY 15] by the Board of Regents of the Regional University System of Oklahoma.
DURANT, Okla. Because of a high probability of thunderstorms Saturday morning, Southeastern Oklahoma State University¹s Spring Commencement will be held indoors Saturday with two ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The ceremonies will be conducted in the Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium (not the arena).
SHERMAN, TEXAS – Austin College History Professor Light Cummins and student film-maker Austin Tooley, a senior from Sherman, will present their recent projects on the life of Emily Austin, sister of Stephen F. Austin, on Thursday, May 7, at 11 a.m. in Hoxie Thompson Auditorium of Sherman Hall. The session is free and open to the public.
Southeastern Oklahoma State University honored a number of faculty and staff members Monday night at the 9th annual Faculty-Staff Recognition Banquet, held in the Visual and Performing Arts Center. The event was sponsored by the Sherman Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
KXII's Relay for Life Page has details on Relay For Life activites near you. Click on Full Story for details on how you can help fight cancer.
DENISON, TX, – Blake Utter Ford of Denison is among an elite group of Ford and Lincoln Mercury dealerships to be recognized with Ford Motor Company’s 2008 President’s Award. Only 385 out of nearly 4,000 dealerships received this prestigious award, which is based upon outstanding customer feedback.