Grass fires in Moore, Noble fueled by wind
High winds, warm temperatures and low humidity kept firefighters in Cleveland County busy Tuesday in northern and southern parts of the county. A grass fire near Moore scorched about 20 acres Tuesday afternoon, Moore Fire Chief Gary Bird ...Continued ...
- Norman City Council grants Bright Start Early Education Center special use zoning
- College students give up spring break recreation to serve Moore
- Oklahoma Senate approves making looting a felony
- Forecasters: Posting weather alerts online beneficial for residents without radio, TV
- Street widening project moving ahead
- Grass fires in Moore, Noble fueled by wind
Tiger boys may be joining Timberwolves atop Class 6A
Oh, the things we thought we knew about soccer in this town....Continued ...
- North boys top NHS in shootout
- North girls make most of corner kick in shutout Clash victory
- Durant’s 42 points push Thunder past chippy Rockets
- Sooners have all the momentum and a good tournament draw
- Alspaugh’s home run lifts Sooners over UTA
- Tigers pull off another late rally
- Tiger boys may be joining Timberwolves atop Class 6A
Paying for 911 service
Many of us are dumping landlines in favor of cellular telephones. Attaching a telephone to a person rather than a place makes more money for telephone services, but it also cuts some of the fees that are designated for 911 services....Continued ...
- More bad bridge news
- The diplomacy pendulum
- Volunteers perturbed
- Norman came through
- Paying for 911 service
Volunteers assist 114 with claims
The volunteer of the week is Travis Wright, who served four years in the Marines and three years with Veterans Corner. He has proven to be a dedicated advocate for veterans and their families. His knowledge and dedication has made a ...Continued ...
- Automobile aids help elderly drivers with their needs
- Jane Bowen in third year as MNTC’s first female superintendent
- A weighted issue at the gym
- ESA members meet in Norman
- Volunteers assist 114 with claims
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If you were a crustacean, would you feel pain?
A scientist and a seafood chef walk into a bar. "We have a mutual interest," says the scientist. "I study crustaceans and you cook them." But the chef wanted to know just one thing: Do the animals feel pain?Continued ...
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