Historic quilt from Noble on auction block
An alert quilter and teacher is concerned about a vintage quilt from Noble that’s being auctioned on eBay....
Bark for Life brings pets into fundraising
Local American Cancer Society member and Norman Regional nurse is at it again, raising awareness for cancer patients with an event that gets people moving. “Bark for Life” is a noncompetitive walk that will be from 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday ...
Deadline for entering United Way’s The Ride extended
Kids ages 3 to 8 are getting ready to roll on their decked out big wheel tricycles in an effort to raise money for the United Way of Norman. The Ride, a big wheel race organized by First American Bank and other local businesses, is ...
The Apple Gold Group, a franchisee of Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar, will host a flapjack fundraiser July 26 at Applebee’s, 500 Ed Noble Parkway in Norman....
Sculpture brings tornado-torn community together
After the May 20 tornado tore through Moore in 2013, hundreds of families were left to pick up the pieces. And it was in these old, shattered pieces of people’s homes and scattered debris that two local artists found something new....
Keep toddler’s hair short to help end hair-pulling habit
Q: Since our daughter, now 2 years old, was born, we have lived with my parents. Being the first and only grandchild, she has been the center of attention. Several months ago, our son was born and we moved into our own home. Almost ...
Replacement for anti-flea drugs
Dear Dr. Fox: I have a young 19-pound cavapoo. The dog had an adverse reaction to Vectra — agitation, rapid heartbeat, bulging eyes, snapping, etc. We took him to the vet immediately, and the vet indicated that it might have had a ...
Readers invited to visit construction site of new veterans center
Karen Yancey is the Veterans Corner volunteer of the week. She assists veterans’ surviving spouses. She and her husband, George, make their home in Newcastle. When we are able to build our Veterans Corner facility, Karen can work a little ...
Alternative lodging options for retirees who travel
Dear Savvy Senior, Since retiring, my husband and I love to travel but hotel costs eat up our budget so fast we can’t stay as long, or go as often as we’d like to. I’ve heard that there are alternative lodging options like short-term ...
Volunteers accept Over the Edge challenge to raise money for Girl Scout storm shelter at Camp E-Ko-Wah
When Brenda Wheelock talks about rappelling 16 stories over the edge of the Leadership Square building in downtown Oklahoma City, she gets a little nervous. But then she realizes it’s for a good cause....
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