Aquatic center could serve many community needs
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No new updates into police probe of Norman assault incident
There were no updates in the Norman Police investigation into the incident that left a female University of Oklahoma student with multiple facial fractures on Saturday and Sooner freshman running back Joe Mixon as the focus of the probe....Continued ...
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Ceremony marks opening of community center
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