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Police program to receive Human Rights Award
Norman Police Department’s My Body, My Life program has been around since the ’90s. Tonight, it will be recognized with the Human Rights Award by the Norman City Council. The council’s weekly meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the ...
Kovach won’t run again
Norman’s Ward 2 city council member Tom Kovach announced today that he will not run for office again. “I thought about it, and when I first ran for office, I wanted to run to address the flooding issue on McGee (Drive) as my primary ...
Services set Wednesday for Privett
Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church in Norman for former Oklahoma House Speaker and Corporation Commissioner Rex Privett. Privett, 89, died Dec. 5. Privett served as House Speaker for six years, ...
Moore Norman Federation of Teachers awards scholarships
Three MNTC Franklin Road campus students were chosen by the Moore Norman Federation of Teachers as scholarship recipients recently. Winners for 2013-2014 include Candace Middelton, Mourad Anouar and Misty Miller. The winners were chosen ...
Commissioner shares stories of disaster recovery
District 2 Cleveland County Commissioner Darry Stacy recently shared stories of the local tornado recovery with fellow county commissioners at a national meeting in Iowa....
Art show to benefit medical fund
A limited showing of “Seeing Red,” paintings by Norman resident Mike Simmons, will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Shevaun Williams Photography Studio, 221 E. Main St....
Two charged after alleged assault, burglary
Two men were charged Monday conjointly with an unknown male after they allegedly assaulted and burglarized a Moore man in his home Thursday. Eric Bernard Logan, 32, of Oklahoma City, and Joseph Lavon Jenkins, 22, of Moore, were charged in ...
Tom Bishop shares his experiences as Norman’s pharmacist
Come February, Tom Bishop will begin his 41st year as a Norman pharmacist, proprietor of Central Pharmacy at 222 Alameda St. Bishop can look back to the days when the pharmacy was connected by intercom with doctor’s offices and the ...
Sooners Without Borders build water systems on break
More than a dozen University of Oklahoma College of Engineering students and professors gave up their Thanksgiving break to help build water systems in El Salvador. For some students it was their first time out of the country or to be in ...
Noble launches 50 for 50 Campaign
The Noble Public Schools Foundation for Academic Excellence is on a mission. A mission to help the Noble Public School system provide opportunities to enrich and enhance academic excellence for all Noble students. In keeping with its ...
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