Iris sale set Saturday
The Norman Area Iris Society will host a sale at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds in Norman....
Massage therapy helpful for dogs
Dear Dr. Fox: I want to share with you a story about how your book has changed the lives of my dogs and friends, as well. A few years ago, I became certified in animal massage. I wanted to help people. What I found was that vets ...
Veterans Corner starts new tradition
One of the most difficult jobs I have is trying to decide on the volunteer of the week. For those of you who have been to Goldsby on a Thursday morning and seen the activity that resembles a bee hive, it is hard to decide who is the ...
Ergonomic tools can ease residents’ gardening pains
Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some good ergonomic gardening gear for seniors? My 72-year-old mother loves to work in the garden but has been plagued by various gardening injuries this year....
The Cleveland County Aging Services Program, sponsored by the Areawide Aging Agency, announced meals for next week....
Stash owner says ‘Cita’ needs a forever home
When you look into the eyes of this pit bull, bird dog mix, you realize one of two things. First, you think you must have the tastiest feet in town since this big ball of love and energy can’t stop licking your toes. And, second, you ...
Family awarded for foster parenting
OKLAHOMA CITY— The Oklahoma Department of Human Services Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS) hosted its 28th Governor’s Conference on Developmental Disabilities recently in Norman. During the awards ceremony, DHS recognized DDS ...
· Norman author Kris Newlin will sign copies of her book “Silly Sweet Dreams” from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Hastings Books, 2300 W. Main St....
Hobson selected to study abroad
The U.S. Department of State has awarded Sarah Hobson, a Norman High School sophomore, one of 65 scholarships to study abroad on the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program. Hobson is the only scholarship recipient ...
Teachers attend OERB retreat
Eighty-one teachers from across Oklahoma spent June 18-20 touring, participating in and learning about the state’s oil and natural gas industry during the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board’s (OERB) Educators’ Retreat in Ardmore....
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