NORMAN — Moore-Norman Technology Center superintendent Jane Bowen was appreciative of a $3 million increase to the state’s career tech system budget. It was incorrectly reported Friday that Moore-Norman received the $3 million increase instead of the state.
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Norman City Council, committee discussion continues regarding renewing half-cent tax
Members of city council and the citizens public safety oversight committee continued discussion of the renewal of the half-cent Public Safety Sales Tax on at an oversight committee meeting Thursday. Nearly everyone voiced their concerns ...
Sooners join community in support of the Abbott Children's House
It has become a ritual for Sherri Coale. The Oklahoma women’s basketball coach has made an appearance every year at the annual Basketball Coaches Luncheon, which raises funds for the Mary Abbott Children’s House....
House Speaker says jail overcrowding is a result of previous failed leadership
The backlog of sentenced state prisoners in county jails like Cleveland County’s is a result of failed past leadership in the Department of Corrections, House Speaker T.W. Shannon told a Norman civic club audience Thursday....
University to host fall convocations
Pictures will be taken, caps will be donned, and tears may be shed today and Saturday as University of Oklahoma graduates are recognized at their college convocations. During the various ceremonies, candidates’ names will be announced, ...
Police responded to the following incidents on Wednesday: · 2:25 a.m. harassment or threats report, 900 block of South Flood Avenue · 8:08 a.m. harassment or threats report, 400 block of East Comanche Street · 8:11 ...
Holiday package tips
Package deliveries will multiply as friends and family ship holiday gifts and residents order gifts, Norman police said. Unfortunately, thieves sometimes steal packages from front porches before residents return home from work....
Tackled Sooner fan receives probation
Norman Municipal Court reported the Sooner fan tackled by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Nov. 16 after running out onto Owen Field received a deferred sentence of six-month probation. Ronald Butch Mais, 35, of Edmond, was apologetic ...
Committee will study corridor between campus and downtown
A newly appointed committee is charged with creating a vision for Norman’s future. Developers who built high-density student housing in Stillwater went away disappointed earlier this year after Norman leaders could not agree on an ...
Kiwanis to serve up pancakes
The Norman Kiwanis Club will sponsor its annual pancake day from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Norman High School Commons, 911 W. Main St....
Norman readies for weekend full of holiday events
Norman residents can celebrate the holidays during a weekend packed full of local festive events....
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