Moore — Students and faculty from Briarwood Elementary had their first day back to school Friday. Briarwood was One of the schools in the path of the May 20 tornado. Students will attend classes at Emmaus Baptist Church until the new school is built. Plaza Towers, another school in the path of the tornado, also returned to class Friday. Central Junior High is sharing its classrooms with Plaza Towers students.
Sooners still have chance for BCS bid
STILLWATER — The week started with Oklahoma looking like a lock for the Alamo Bowl. It had no shot at Big 12 Conference championship and the league’s path for an at-large BCS bowl berth was blocked by Northern Illinois....Continued ...
- Another ice-cold classic Bedlam in the books
- Earthquake shakes state
- Physicians honored at holiday dinner
- Norman Fire Department receives new Gator ATV from Norman Firehouse Subs
- Sooners Without Borders build water systems on break
- Sooners still have chance for BCS bid
Nothing manages to rattle Sooners in wild upset over No. 6 Cowboys
STILLWATER — It took a little over 57 minutes, but Bedlam finally broke out at Boone Pickens Stadium. That was when a defensive struggle turned into an offensive shootout. Oklahoma landed the last two blows and left with a 33-24 upset ...Continued ...
- Big Game Bob returns in time for Bedlam
- Sooners make an amazing claim of a most unlikely Bedlam
- Michigan State to meet Stanford in Rose Bowl
- NFL roundup
- Baylor to face Central Florida in Fiesta Bowl
- Florida State, Auburn take center stage for BCS’ last gasp
- Nothing manages to rattle Sooners in wild upset over No. 6 Cowboys
It’s time to bury the need for the N-word
The N-word again. Of course. Six years after the NAACP staged its symbolic burial, that word has proven rumors of its demise greatly exaggerated....Continued ...
- Restore the sexy Pride
- Cartoon offensive to NRA members
- Oppressive conservative thinking robs people of freedom
- Why not suggest accountability of our elected officials?
- It’s time to bury the need for the N-word
Acing the game
The air is still, apart from the whooshing sound of the tennis ball as it flies across the court. It seems the two players speak their own language as they grunt back and forth, the competition rising. Beads of sweat cling to Andrew ...Continued ...
- Being educated through living life
- New Eagle Scouts
- Christmas reception announced
- Annual Christmas story contest announced
- Acing the game
- Must Read
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- VIDEO: Plane tries to land sideways
- Moore Strong - Six month later
Mom: ‘Twister’ baby healthy, happy
MOORE — For most Oklahoma residents Nov. 20 marks the somber six-month anniversary of the EF-5 tornado that tore through Moore. But for one mother, the date symbolizes new life....Continued ...
- Tornado duck to face winter alone
- First responders relive harrowing day
- Revisiting the path of destruction
- Warren Theatre larger than life survivor of storm
- Mom: ‘Twister’ baby healthy, happy