All Saints names new principal
All Saints Catholic School exists to teach children to know, love and serve God through academic pursuits and service to others. But without an official principal for several months this semester, All Saints Catholic School was in need of ...
Local student wins Geographic Bee
Those who have ever watched “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth-Grader” know America’s youth aren’t dummies. They are much smarter then video game, couch potato stereotypes might have one think. Friday, young geography whizzes across the United ...
Red Carpet Film Festival showcases creative spirit
Moore Norman Technology Center’s Digital Video Production, DVP and graphic design classes will host the sixth annual Red Carpet Film Festival at 7 p.m. April 12 at the Sooner Theatre. Tickets are $7 and must be purchased in advance due to ...
MNTC students honored by Kiwanis
The Norman Kiwanis Club recognized two Moore Norman Technology Center students as March students of the month during its regular meeting this week. Both students represent MNTC’s Business & Information Technology area of study....
Norman High funds will benefit children, families in community
When the Tigers come together and work their tails off, big rewards come the community’s way. Every year, students take the time to be selfless and raise money for a local organization during Tigerpalooza at Norman High School. ...
Norman student remembered as friend to everyone
If Clifford Douglas Hamilton Jr. wasn’t making a classmate bust out with laughter, then he could be found listening to R&B, pop, rap, anything with a beat. Clifford suffered from two brain tumors and diabetes, yet he never complained. He ...
Debate team earns honors
Twenty-one Westmoore High School Speech and Debate Team members competes at the recent Regional Speech & Debate Tournament at Putnam City North High School. High school students who had earned top honors at qualifying tournaments ...
Norman North High School fundraiser will assist three families, nonprofit organization in the area
Bright orange signs were displayed on stage at Norman North High School Monday. SPUD co-chairs and the executive committee could barely contain themselves as they flipped the signs so they went from reading “SPUD is Love” to “$165,161.87.” ...
Art show to display students’ talents
Each year, Norman Public Schools celebrates the work of young artists from elementary through high school by showcasing their works at the NPS All-City Art Show. The opening night reception will be from 6 to 8 p.m. April 8 at the Nancy ...
MNTC Auto Service Technology students earn scholarships
Two Moore Norman Technology Center Automotive Service Technology (AST) students were awarded scholarships last week. Marshall Griffith earned a $1,000 Business and Education Council Scholarship. The money may be used to purchase ...
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