- Local news
Record number of NPS students selected for Duke program
A record number of Norman Public Schools seventh-graders have been selected for Duke University’s Talent Identification Search for State and National Recognition. Fifty-one students were identified via a competitive testing process for ...
Fed says no to business help
LEXINGTON — The federal government has turned down the state’s request for an economic injury declaration from the U.S. Small Business Administration following the Jan. 31 closure of the Lexington-Purcell bridge over the Canadian River....
History group to host local book signing event
Mae Davenport Cox will sign copies of “Red Dirt, River and Rails: Early-Day Settlers to Southern Cleveland County” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Lexington Senior Citizen Center during ‘89er Day festivities....
OU Staff Week to include daily activities
The University of Oklahoma Norman campus Staff Week, set April 21-25, will feature many activities. The theme is “OU Staff: The Real Superheroes.” Donations of canned food for Food and Shelter may be brought to all activities except the ...
State files response in motion to quash
The Cleveland County district attorney’s office filed a response Monday to a defendant’s motion to quash charges of first-degree murder, shooting with intent to kill, robbery with a weapon and conspiracy....
The following people were charged with felony counts in the Cleveland County Court Clerk’s Office: · David Lesley Douglas, 25, stalking, domestic abuse assault and battery in the presence of a minor · Donald Derek ...
Police responded to the following incidents Tuesday: · 7:37 a.m. fraud, 4300 block of 66th Avenue Northeast · 8:01 a.m. harassment or threats report, 300 block of East Lindsey Street · 8:15 a.m. harassment or threats ...
Free Employment Law webinar offered by MNTC
On May 6, Moore Norman Technology Center’s Business Development Center will host a free webinar titled “Employment Law — The Basics.” The hourlong webinar, led by Robert Norman, Esq., attorney with Cheek & Falcone PLLC, and Greg Kieson, ...
Norman High Speech and Debate Team wins state championship
Briar White’s heart pounded in his chest as he clasped the hands of several classmates and Booker T. Washington High School was announced as the second-place finisher. White said he was elated to hear second place announced because he ...
General fund continues to decline as expenses exceed anticipated revenues
Norman’s expenses will again outstrip projected revenue in the current budget before the city council. The budget for the fiscal year that starts in July and ends June 30, 2015, projects $210,982,020 in total revenues and $213,436,778 in ...
- More Local news Headlines
- Record number of NPS students selected for Duke program