Beyond Coal activists ask OG&E to dump coal
Dozens of Oklahoma Beyond Coal activists gathered Friday to deliver Valentines and more than one thousand petitions to OG&E, asking the company to break up with coal this Valentine’s Day and make a real commitment to clean energy, like ...
Beginning today, Ann Branden Blvd will be closed to through traffic. Access to and from the Renaissance Apartments westward will only be available from Classen Blvd (Highway 77). Likewise, access to and from Nichols Marine eastward will ...
Three persons unrelated law challenged during City Council Oversight Committee
A law meant to protect single-family neighborhoods is under fire and could be modified or eliminated. Opponents of the city’s “three persons unrelated” law said Norman’s social host laws provide most of the protection needed....
Poster contest open to students
To encourage conservation, the Environmental Control Advisory Board invites Norman teachers to submit student artwork for ECAB’s 2014 Water’s Worth It poster contest. The contest is open to all Norman public and private elementary school ...
Council members unanimously approve contract for center city study
A unanimous city council moved forward Tuesday night on a project to rejuvenate a portion of core Norman running between Campus Corner and the downtown commercial district....
Norman revenue tracking close to budget
Overall revenue for the city of Norman is tracking on budget so far this fiscal year, Norman Finance Director Anthony Francisco said. Sales tax receipts year-to-date are running above budget predictions, while other revenue is tracking ...
City council to meet at NPS building
The Norman City Council is going to school. For the past several months, the Norman School Board met at city hall while the new administration building on Flood Avenue was constructed. Now, Norman Public Schools is returning the favor....
Storm summit comes to town
Experts will come from near and far for the National Tornado Summit on Monday and Tuesday at the Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Garden in Oklahoma City. Two Norman meteorologists will be among those making presentations....
City and state briefs
Council to meet at new school building Due to construction in the council chambers, the Norman City Council will meet Tuesday and Feb. 25 at the Norman Public School Board Room, 131 S. Flood Ave. There will be no web streaming from that ...
Freezing temperatures, wind chill expected throughout weekend for Norman residents
Norman residents will likely wake up to another inch or two of snow this morning. Temperatures are expected to reach no higher than 16 degrees today. Wind chill in the morning could be as low as 9 degrees below zero, warming to zero ...
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