Award recognizes landscape excellence
The Norman Park Foundation will present its first Landscape Excellence Award to a Norman private business at the Norman Convention and Visitors Bureau 2014 Annual Tourism luncheon in May. Nominations will be accepted at Legend’s ...
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders
The Norman Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the 2014 Tomorrow’s Leaders program. High school sophomores can find applications through the counselor’s offices at Community Christian School, Little Axe High School, Norman ...
Helping fight hunger
You can make a big difference to a financially struggling family by making a tax-deductible donation to Lawyers Fighting Hunger. Co-founder David Bernstein is contributing $5,000 to get the donations started....
NCVB tweeting Norman’s virtues
Gone are the days of cold calling potential clients and even e-blasting the same message out to masses of people and expecting quality responses. (Joining traveling salesmen who knocked door to door and sales professionals who used the fax ...
Time to get business online
For the first time in Norman, Google is partnering with the Norman Chamber of Commerce and the University of Oklahoma Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth to bring our Chamber businesses an opportunity to “Get Your Business Online” ...
Medicaid reform examined by Senate
Members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services heard from key figures in successful Medicaid reform efforts in Georgia, Kansas and North Carolina last week. Requested by Sen. Rob Standridge, R-Norman, the ...
When in doubt, reboot
Experienced users of Microsoft Windows are used to the idea of “rebooting” their computers. Often called “restarting,” the process is akin to turning off your car, and then starting it up again....
Stocks rise on Microsoft, others
NEW YORK — Strong third-quarter results from technology companies drove investors into stocks on Friday, giving the market its third straight weekly gain....
U.S. Cellular gives money to teachers Seven teachers in Norman recently received news from U.S. Cellular that their classroom projects had been funded through the company’s Calling All Teachers campaign. The wireless carrier worked with ...
OU presents tourism study
GUTHRIE — Prior to the Oct. 15 Guthrie City Council meeting professors and students from the University of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture and the departments of Regional and City Planning and Landscape Architecture discussed a study it ...
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