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The Hour of Code is coming. It cannot be stopped. Resistance is futile. You may even decide to happily become assimilated....
Smart cars offer assistance to older drivers
Older motorists shopping for a new ride can find smart features in today’s cars that help alleviate a variety of age-related health conditions, according to AAA. Nearly 90 percent of drivers age 65 and older suffer from health concerns ...
The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are typically times for families to gather and partake in rituals from flag football to eating one-of-kind recipes to unique gift giving....
Be safe on Cyber Monday
As Americans return to the workplace Monday after the long holiday weekend, many will spend a portion of the day surfing the Internet for deals from online retailers. “Cyber Monday” is what the retail industry calls one of, if not the, ...
Tips for holiday shopping safety
Last year, Black Friday sales skyrocketed to $59.1 billion, according to the National Retail Federation. Amid the chaos and excitement of holiday spending, financial safety and common sense can be overlooked....
Inaugural ‘Wine Walk’ is Norman success
Frontier Country Marketing Association’s inaugural Oklahoma Wine Walk on Nov. 2 at Brookhaven Village shopping district in Norman was considered a great success with more than 1,000 people in attendance to enjoy a day of Oklahoma wine ...
Hoping for harvest after planting of seeds
The last month has been the time for planting at the Norman Convention and Visitors Bureau as the sales team attended three consecutive shows across the country....
Norman winery wins ‘Best Oklahoma Red’
Wine and cheese paired up last month at Oklahoma’s first statewide wine competition during the Watonga Cheese and Wine Festival. The award for Best Oklahoma Red went to Redbud Ridge Vineyard and Winery in Norman for the dry Oklahoma Syrah....
Microsoft Office 2003 also to be terminated next spring
You may recall last week’s column discussing the impending demise of Microsoft Windows XP and what that means to computer owners. Unfortunately, there is more to the story, including Microsoft also ending all “mainstream” support for its ...
Dartmouth-led study finds diet alone can be significant source of arsenic
Diet alone can be a significant source of arsenic exposure regardless of arsenic concentrations in drinking and cooking water, a Dartmouth College-led study has found.
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