Contemporary Dance Oklahoma to perform at OU
The University of Oklahoma University Theatre and School of Dance will present Contemporary Dance Oklahoma, a mixed program of new choreography, works from the CDO repertory and guest choreographer Jessica Lang’s “A Solo in Nine Parts.” ...
Middle school to host benefit
From 6 to 9 a.m. Friday, Irving Middle School will host a benefit pancake breakfast and silent auction for Kathy Vanderburg....
Brad Burnett receives the 2014 Regents’ Award for Superior Staff
Brad Burnett, University of Oklahoma associate vice president for enrollment and student financial services, has been selected as the 2014 Regents’ Award for Superior Staff on the OU Norman campus. In the nomination letter written by his ...
Craft breweries new category of Okla. made
Norman will now recognize Oklahoma brewers to allow craft breweries to operate under special licensing. On Tuesday, the city council approved the creation of an additional category of Oklahoma Brewer to the city’s fee schedule for ...
Senate advances domestic violence measure
The state Senate has unanimously approved House Bill 2526, legislation intended to address Oklahoma’s domestic violence crisis. Authored by Sen. David Holt and Rep. Kay Floyd, the proposal creates a series of research-based questions that ...
The following people were charged with felony counts in the Cleveland County Court Clerk’s Office: · Raymond Peter Garcia, 56, possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing an ...
Sheriffs accuse state of ducking out on prisoner promises
OKLAHOMA CITY — State efforts to save time and money by shuffling prisoners more swiftly through the system are riling local sheriffs who are losing money because of the efficiency program....
City home first to include gray water system
Neighbors are likely to be green with envy when Allen and Sallie Ahlert have a beautiful lawn and garden without paying extra for city water in the future. That’s because the Ahlerts are including a gray water system in the new home they ...
More than 1,000 Norman students unable to complete standardized exams due to problems
More than one thousand Norman students who were scheduled to take at least one standardized exam Monday have been delayed in exam completion. For the second consecutive year, standardized testing was disrupted across the state due to ...
Michelle Walker to serve prison time for 20 felony charges
A Noble woman was convicted of 20 felony charges relating to child sex abuse Monday in Cleveland County District Court....
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