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Winter weather continues through Oklahoma, temperatures expected to stay in the single digits
Every school-aged child’s dream came true as they lazily rolled out of bed on Friday and heard those two magical words: snow day....
Friends help homeless survive winter
Winter’s a hard time to be homeless. Greg, age 43, and Tim, age 27, sat in the Food & Shelter cafeteria on Friday enjoying lunch and the warmth of the downtown shelter. They were in a jovial mood, grateful to have something to eat and a ...
Ice and snow may have caused two-car collision
Two persons were injured in a two-vehicle accident on State Highway 9 in far east Norman on Thursday night, according to the Norman Police Department....
1940 Ford is a modern ride in disguise
Juan Villareal first saw the 1940 Ford 2-door Deluxe at an All Transportation Swap Meet. “My dad had a couple of cars like this,” Villareal said. He asked the owner what he had to have for it. A deal was consummated on the spot with cash ...
Art Center seeks local chocolatiers for fundraiser
The Norman Firehouse Art Center is looking for local chefs, restaurateurs and chocolate artists to participate in its annual fundraiser, The Chocolate Festival, scheduled for Feb. 1, 2014....
Better buck regulations proposed
No question, deer hunters want a high-quality, rewarding hunting experience and the opportunity to pursue older-age bucks in Oklahoma. In addition, older-age bucks are imperative to the social structure and balance of a healthy deer herd. ...
Masonic Lodge installing officers
The Norman Masonic Lodge 38 installation of officers will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Norman Masonic Lodge AF&AM, 1700 N. Porter Ave. Steve Sichterman will be installed during the public event as worshipful master (president) of the ...
2014 World Cup noisemakers quieter
SAN FRANCISCO — The official noisemakers for next year’s World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil will be significantly quieter than the vuvuzela horns that caused so many headaches in 2010....
Icy storm slams Southwest
DALLAS — Freezing rain and stinging winds slammed the Southwest Friday and made a strangely blank landscape out of normally sun-drenched North Texas: mostly empty highways covered in a sometimes impassable frost, closed schools and ...
Christmas Toy Drive well under way
The Christmas toy drive sponsored by Tiffany’s Restaurant and the Noble Police Department is well under way. “It’s going to put bright smiles on kids’ faces out there,” Gary Hicks, co-manager of Tiffany’s said. Officer David Gazaway said ...
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