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State leaders say they are moving forward as they prepare for future state park restaurant contracts
A special investigative committee says it has served its first subpoenas related to a controversial vendor agreement with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.
Sen. George Burns, R-Pollard, has filed three pieces of legislation related to Oklahoma’s state parks and their operations.
Oklahoma state lawmakers say they are preparing to form a special committee to investigate potential misuse of taxpayer funds through vendor agreements with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.
A special investigative committee is having the first hearing into a controversial vendor agreement with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get in shape for 2023, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department is here to help.
Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Kitchen is responding to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department’s decision to terminate its contract with the restaurant chain following corruption and fraud allegations.
As abortion rights take center stage in the nation, a new law in Oklahoma is also causing controversy.
If you are looking for a unique staycation idea, you might think about a getaway to Beavers Bend State Park.
Auditors were “unable to determine what was purchased, at what cost and quantity, and if the purchase was made for legitimate and valid governmental purposes,” for over $214,000 in transactions.
The Chairman of the State Senate Appropriations Committee is putting together legislation to restore power to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission – an action taken after a recent controversy involving multimillion dollar state contracts with Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Kitchen.