|All-Conference Volleyball Selections|
|Here is the 2015
ALL Metro Lakes Conference VB Teams selected by the MLC VB coaches. --
|The following CHS
Choir members attended the
All-District Choir Festival in Tulsa Nov 2-3, 2015:
|-- Samantha Taylor 11/2/2015|
Medicare Open Enrollment Help
|For Immediate Release:
Nov. 6, 2015
OKLAHOMA CITY Medicare beneficiaries have 30 days to review and change their Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans for 2016. Last year during Open Enrollment, the Oklahoma Insurance Departments Medicare Assistance Program (MAP) and their partner agencies helped beneficiaries save an average of $1,900 on their Part D prescription drug plan.
Medicare-related plans can change yearly. Thats why its important to review your plan, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak said. Oklahoma has more than 600,000 people on Medicare. We want to help them make the most of their medical coverage and their budget to protect their quality of life.
Oklahomans can get free education and enrollment help at a series of events held across the state by MAP and their partner agencies. At the Medicare Forums, beneficiaries can learn about recent changes to Medicare, Medicare Advantage and Part D plan options. To find an event near you, go to map.oid.ok.gov.
It is critical to give your Medicare coverage a second look every year, said Ray Walker, MAP Director. Weve helped Oklahomans save thousands of dollars each year on their prescription drug costs.
Medicare Open Enrollment ends Dec. 7. Any changes made during this period will go into effect on Jan. 1. If you cannot attend a Medicare Forum, call MAP at 800-763-2828 for free Medicare counseling.
About the Oklahoma Insurance Department
The Oklahoma Insurance Department, an agency of the State of Oklahoma, is responsible for the education and protection of the insurance-buying public and for oversight of the insurance industry in the state.
Times Star Newspaper
Begins Second Year
|Editor Bill Johnston published Vol 2 - No. 1 last week (November 5, 2015) marking the end of the first full year of the locally owned and operated Collinsville newspaper.|