One year after tragedy, 32,000 run Boston Marathon
BOSTON — Some ran to honor the dead and wounded. Others were out to prove something to the world about their sport, the city or their country. And some wanted to prove something to themselves....
Anti-abortion picketers target Moore schools
MOORE — Moore City Council member Robert Krows said problems with picketers at schools have gravitated from Norman to Moore and parents are concerned....
OU College of Architecture explores new service learning opportunity in Zambia
The University of Oklahoma College of Architecture is exploring new ways to help students gain unique experiences through study-abroad opportunities. To complement the successful Sooners in Rome program — a semester-long study in an ...
Oklahoma receives $77.18M tobacco settlement payment
Oklahoma recieved $77.18 million in annual payments from the tobacco industry under the national Master Settlement Agreement. With the latest receipts, Oklahoma has received $1.16 billion since payments began in 1999. State Treasurer Ken ...
Robin Hill to educate community about severe weather safety
Robin Hill Public School will host a “Severe Weather Safety Community Event” at 6:30 p.m. May 1 in the school’s gym, 4801 E. Franklin Road. The event is free and open to the public....
Norman Y to host Healthy Kids Day activities
The Cleveland County Family Y is celebrating YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day on April 26 with a free community event that encourages kids in Norman to get moving and learning, and families living healthier. Healthy Kids Day, the Y’s national ...
OU, CCGS digitize the past
The Cleveland County Genealogical Society Library is the focus of a project this spring by the University of Oklahoma’s library studies class, Digital Collections, to digitize and create an online database of local archives. Taught by ...
Library to host presentation on wills, trusts
The Norman Public Library and the Cleveland County Bar Association will sponsor the Brown Bag Lunch presentation “Wills, Trusts and How to Avoid Probate” at noon April 30 in Rooms A and B of the library, 225 N. Webster Ave....
OU Faculty Senate adopts resolution against guns on campus
The University of Oklahoma Norman campus Faculty Senate recently approved a resolution opposing the presence of firearms on campus, other than those of duly authorized law enforcement officials. The resolution states that faculty members ...
Norman officer training Alaska officials with violence awareness programs
Programs developed by a local Norman police officer to help empower women and educate men have been taken across the country this week to benefit individuals in Alaska....
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