NORMAN — The Cleveland County Bar Association and Oklahoma Bar Association will sponsor activities in the community for Law Day. This year’s “Ask a Lawyer” show will air at 7 p.m. today on OETA. Local attorneys will be available by phone from 7 to 8 p.m. at 405-360-7555 for free legal advice.
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Norman United Way makes final push for year’s $2M campaign
Norman’s United Way campaign started a 12-days-to-victory push Thursday in hopes of raising the remaining funds to reach its $2.05 million campaign to fund local human and social services causes....
Predicted winter weather makes way into Norman, metro area
The predicted winter one-two-three punch of sub-freezing temperatures, sleet and snow materialized in Norman shortly after noon Thursday, slowing traffic and forcing a number of school and event closings. The University of Oklahoma, ...
Jamboree set for Dec. 10
The Second Tuesday Jamboree will begin Dec. 10, weather permitting. The jamboree and guitar pull will start at 6 p.m. and end at 9 p.m. at Wayne Senior Citizens center. The public is invited; admission is free....
Noble library announces event
The Noble Public Library will host its Holly Jolly Jubilee, set for 6 to 8 tonight at the library, 204 N. 5th St....
Oklahoma Travelers to perform
The Oklahoma Travelers and Friends will perform country music from 6:30 to 9 tonight, weather permitting, at the Noble Senior Center, at the southeast corner of Highway 77 and Maguire Road. The event is free....
President Obama comments on Mandela’s passing
President Barack commented on the death of Nelson Mandela from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at 5:25 p.m. Thursday: “At his trial in 1964, Nelson Mandela closed his statement from the dock saying, ‘I have fought against white ...
$1M gift to establish journalism chair
Will and Helen Webster, of Altadena, Calif., surprised longtime University of Oklahoma staff member Paul Massad on his 76th birthday with a $1 million gift to establish an endowed faculty chair in Massad’s honor....
State chooses insurance for offenders
The state of Oklahoma has chosen Red Rock Insurance Company, an Oklahoma-based business, to provide liability coverage for offenders whose license plates were seized for failure to carry state-mandated auto insurance. House Bill 1792 ...
Despite opposition to new school standards, officials say repeal of Common Core ‘unlikely’
Despite continued opposition to new public-school standards, Oklahoma education officials say they are more confident than they were earlier this year that the standards will be fully implemented....
Vice to serve on school board, filed without opposition
Chad Vice will serve as the new Norman Public Schools Board of Education Office No. 4 seat. After the filing period deadline ended at 5 p.m. Wednesday, no one had filed to oppose Vice for Office No. 4. Vice is a former owner and now ...
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