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Tourism in Okla. creates $17.2 M in economic benefit
A new National Park Service report shows that the 1,108,103 visitors to Oklahoma’s national parks in 2013 spent $17.2 million and supported 176 jobs in the state. Oklahoma’s three national parks include: Washita Battlefield National ...
Norman United Wayboard gets to work
The United Way of Norman Board of Directors for 2014-15 has met for the first time. Leading the group as chair was Steve McDaniel of Oklahoma State Bank....
Leftover loss still hurting
OKLAHOMA CITY — Cities, counties and school districts remain frozen out of a federal program that has sent millions of dollars worth of trenchers, trailers, semis, bulldozers, boats and forklifts and other equipment over the years....
English Scouts bound for Norman
Boy Scouts from St. Cuthbert’s Scout Group in England will arrive in Oklahoma Sunday as part of an on-going International Exchange with Norman’s Troop 777....
Action agency relocates pantry
The Central Oklahoma Community Action has relocated its food pantry from the local office to the Salvation Army, 318 E. Hayes. St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church parishioners have supplied food for the pantry for many years....
Residents enjoy center’s celebration
NOBLE — Residents at Noble Health Care Center were rocking to big band music, listening to Elvis impersonator Brock Barrett and participating in a cakewalk as part of the annual Noble Health Care Center Day celebration Friday....
Free breakfast for veterans
Veterans are invited to mark their calendars to attend the second annual David Bolser Veterans Appreciation Breakfast on July 29 from 6 to 11 a.m. at Tiffany's restaurant, 101 S. Main St. David Bolser, a Navy veteran, says he wants to ...
Student hit on campus
By Kelly Rogers Transcript Staff Writer An OU student crossing a street near Campus Corner Friday afternoon was struck by a vehicle and injured, police said. Norman Police Capt. Todd Gibson said the woman suffered only minor injuries and ...
Civil suit alleges improper billing practices by NRH and contracted physicians groups
A civil lawsuit alleging improper billing practices was filed against Norman Regional Hospital and a contracted physicians group on Monday in Cleveland County District Court. The plaintiffs were individuals arrested by law enforcement on ...
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