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Businesses try to survive while bridge is closed
Ray Cole wonders every day if his business will have to close. Cole is one of many Lexington and Purcell business owners struggling financially since the 76-year-old James C. Nance Memorial Bridge closed Jan. 31. The Oklahoma Department ...
County hears presentation on employment opportunities
The Cleveland County Board of Commissioners listened to a presentation Monday to consider partnering with a nonprofit that provides employment opportunities for prison inmates re-entering the community. Patrick Viklund, Center for ...
Police responded to the following incidents Sunday: · 12:03 a.m. vandalism, 100 block of 12th Avenue Southeast · 6:42 a.m. burglary report, 300 block of 12th Avenue Southeast · 9:21 a.m. vandalism, 1500 block of North ...
The following people were charged with felony counts in the Cleveland County Court Clerk’s Office: · Jason Ashley Shannon, 35, possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; driving with a ...
Bail set for one more in homicide
A hearing for the state’s motion to hold two suspects without bail in connection with the homicide of Justin Barnard, 24, of Norman, was continued Monday in Cleveland County District Court. Special Judge Steve Stice overruled the motion ...
Courses bring unprecedented enrollment
University students majoring in engineering, science and mathematics typically enroll in college-level computer courses, like computational thinking and computer programming. Now, with Janux online courses offered at the University of ...
Skating party to benefit Second Chance
Bella and Jennifer Sanders, along with several sponsors, will host a citywide Daughter/Mama ’80s-themed skating party from 5 to 7 p.m. April 26 at Star Skate, 2020 W. Lindsey St....
MNTC to host board meeting this week
The Moore Norman Technology Center Board of Education will meet in a regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday on the Norman campus, 4701 12th Ave. NW....
Boettcher’s eyes on the skies
Jami Boettcher credits the encouragement of a teacher for expanded her vision of opportunities that would be open to her. Without that encouragement she wouldn’t have found her way to a career as a meteorologist with the National Weather ...
Festival of Spirituals celebrates music’s history
African American spirituals rang out in the First Presbyterian Church on Palm Sunday during Cimarron Opera’s 45th Annual Festival of Spirituals. The event featured the Northern Oklahoma College Choir, OU Trombone Choir, Boulevard Brass ...
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