Southmoore High band invited to perform in London parade
The Southmoore High School Band has been invited to join more than 10,000 performers marching in the 30th New Year’s Day Parade in London....
Rep. Tom Cole to assist in budget negotiations between the House and Senate
U.S. Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore, will be one of four House Republicans to engage in budget negotiations between the House and Senate with the goal of producing a resolution by Dec. 13, according to a press release issued by Cole’s office on ...
Friday is last day to register to vote in Nov. 12 elections
Voters in the McCloud School District recently learned how important a single vote can be. A lone vote cast in a precinct in Cleveland County could have caused a school bond issue to fail, according to election board officials....
Lexington school board filing opens Dec. 2
The Board of Education of Lexington Public School District announced earlier this week that the annual school election filing period for candidates will open at 8 a.m. Dec. 2 and will close at 5 p.m. Dec. 4....
Coalition promotes support for people with disabilities
Focus on what you can do, not what you can’t do is this decade’s mantra for persons with disabilities. With that in mind, the disABILITY Coalition was formed in Norman....
Strategic water study concluding
Norman could be flush with water someday if plans to augment Lake Thunderbird with wastewater are approved by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality. That approval, however, could be years in coming. Meanwhile, the Norman City ...
Jail agreement approved
An agreement between the Cleveland County sheriff and the Town of Lexington for housing of prisoners at the F. DeWayne Beggs Detention Center was approved Tuesday....
Traffic signal controller cabinet to be replaced
The Traffic Control Division will replace the traffic signal controller cabinet at the 24th Avenue Southwest intersection with Brooks Street today, weather permitting. After 9 a.m., the intersection will be controlled by a four-way stop ...
Chamber of commerce endorses ballot initiative
The Norman Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted unanimously on Monday to support the city’s proposed sewer rate increase. Norman voters will be asked to approve the wastewater rate increase on Nov. 12 to help pay for $63 million in ...
Hazardous disposal slated for Saturday
Residents can bring household hazardous waste to Norman’s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the southwest parking lot of the Lloyd Noble Center. There is no charge to Norman residents. ...
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