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List of major newspapers in Oklahoma featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 40 Oklahoma local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma Newspapers List

Newspapers Location Image Website
Ada Evening News Ada , OK
Altus Times Altus , OK
Claremore Daily Progress Claremore, OK Claremore Daily Progress
Clinton Daily News Clinton, OK Clinton Daily News
Cordell Beacon Cordell, OK Cordell Beacon
Cushing Daily Citizen Cushing, OK
Daily Democrat Pauls Valley, OK
Duncan Banner Duncan, OK
Durant Daily Democrat Durant, OK
Edmond Evening Sun Edmond, OK
El Reno Tribune El Reno, OK
Enid News and Eagle Enid , OK
Examiner-Enterprise Bartlesville, OK
Express-Star Chickasha, OK
Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers Tulsa , OK
Hugo Dail News Hugo , OK
Kingfisher Times Kingfisher, OK
Lawton Constitution Lawton, OK
McAlester News McAlester, OK
Newkirk Herald Journal Newkirk, OK
Norman Transcript Norman, OK
Okmulgee Daily Times Okmulgee, OK
Ponca City News Ponca City, OK
Poteau Daily Sun & News Poteau, OK
Purcell Register Purcell, OK
Sapulpa Daily Herald Sapulpa, OK
Seminole Producer Seminole, OK
Shawnee News-Star Shawnee, OK
Stillwater News-Press Stillwater, OK
Sulphur Times-Democrat Sulphur, OK
Tahlequah Daily Press Tahlequah, OK
The Daily Ardmoreite Ardmore, OK
The Grove Sun Daily Grove , OK
The Journal Record Oklahoma City, OK
The Oklahoma Constitution Oklahoma City, OK
The Oklahoman Oklahoma City, OK
The Paper Pryor Creek, OK
Tulsa World Tulsa , OK
Urban Tulsa Tulsa , OK
Weatherford Daily News Weatherford, OK
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Oklahoma is located in a unique place: not only because it occupies a position practically in the middle of the United States, but also because of its fascinating mix of North American history, native Indian culture and genuine southern charm. Oklahoma is the state where the largest population of Native American Indians lives, being home to 39 tribes.

Oklahoma City, the capital of Oklahoma, is home to great skyscrapers and architecture that attracts the attention of tourists. Oklahoma City blends the air of a modern city with a rich past and one of its must-see tours is to visit museums dedicated to the memories of the Indians who inhabited the region.


In this vast region of America, the earth is very fertile, and farmers get the most from growing wheat, oats, and corn. That is why the Midwest is also called the “bread basket of the nation”. The farmer families often live very secluded on their lands. The closest neighbor is then miles away. Despite or perhaps because of their hermitage, people in the Midwest have an open, friendly, and honest nature. Here you will find plenty of space for an unforgettable vacation.

The landscapes of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa impress with endless expanses, vast plains, huge cattle farms and a few modern cities. A special attraction is the former Indian country: many Indian tribes have found their new home here, which is why the authentic Indian culture is widespread in this region.

Follow Route 66 on its way through the Midwest. This leads through the cities of Tulsa and Oklahoma City. In addition to these two cities, Dallas and Houston are also known. The cities in the region offer their visitors a wide range of culture, culinary delights and shopping opportunities. 

Summers are very hot, winters are very cold. It is precisely this temperature difference that makes the region the perfect growing area. For the best travel season, this means that late spring is particularly suitable for trips through the Midwest, because the heat is not yet to be expected at this time.

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