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Lawyers protest appointment takeover
OKLAHOMA CITY — A top Oklahoma lawyer is protesting a move by the Legislature to wrest control of the way judges are chosen, which she says could taint the state’s judicial system....
Plaza Towers memorial in progress
MOORE — On May 20, 2013, an EF5 tornado tore through the community of Moore; taking with it homes, businesses and the lives of 24 people, including seven children from Plaza Towers Elementary School....
Special Olympics competition today
Norman Public School student athletes will participate in the qualifier competition for the state Special Olympics today....
Historical Society book sale planned
This April is not only the 125th celebration of the 1889 Land Run but also the 115th Founding Day of the Moore-Lindsay Historical House, which was built in 1899....
Fracking review online
The Oklahoma Hydraulic Fracturing State Review is available on the Corporation Commission’s website, occeweb.com. Completed in 2011 by a non-profit, multi-stakeholder organization, State Review of Oil and Natural Gas Environmental ...
Norman celebrates new StART
Live music and chatter flooded the normally abandoned lumber yard in downtown Norman on Friday night as dozens celebrated the first weekend of StART Norman....
Noble Ag Booster Club to host pork dinner today
The Noble Ag Booster Club will host a pork dinner from 4-7 p.m. today at Curtis Inge Middle School, 1201 N. 8th St. The price is $5 per meal complete with pork, baked potato, baked beans, dessert and a drink. Tickets may be purchased at ...
Leaders, industry experts discuss U.S. energy security and its impact around world
Intellectual dialogue was sparked Thursday between students, professors and industry experts about the impact of the U.S.’s increasing energy supply at the Price College of Business Energy Institute’s Energy Symposium. The Symposium, ...
‘Samo Ducky’ taken from Firehouse Art Center in Norman
The 200-pound plaster duck known as “Samo Ducky,” located near the Firehouse Art Center, 444 S. Flood Ave. in Lions Park, has been reported missing, FAC Executive Director Douglas Shaw Elder said....
Norman Police Department cadets take oath
Eleven police cadets stood at attention and took the oath that turned them into Norman police officers Thursday afternoon at the Norman Masonic Lodge. They had been escorted by the Oklahoma Scottish Pipes and Drums, honored by police ...
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