A project more than 40 years in the making that displays clothing traditions from Guatemala is now available for viewing at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
Norman residents affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia are encouraged to attend a demonstration of awareness, solidarity and support for a cure later this month.
Thank you for the prayers and get well cards my wife, Barbara, has received from our veteran’s community and our families. She recently had surgery to remove a cancer. Currently, she is in ICU at a hospital in Oklahoma City.
The lone trackhoe operator working on the southwest corner of Main Street and Berry Road may not know the history of the sacred ground he’s been scraping for the last few weeks.
NORMAN — Despite fears of government overreach, the Biden administration’s newest vaccination rules are the right move — and one supported by precedent — to protect lives and promote public health.
TULSA — Before they start honing their writing skills, incarcerated women enrolled in Liz Kollaja’s therapeutic poetry class are asked to take an Adverse Childhood Experience quiz.
Big Brothers Big Sisters and its local supporters are almost ready for the community to see parody movie trailers — spoofing everything from “Star Wars” to “The Fast and the Furious” — they’ve have been working in preparation for the biggest fundraising night of the year.
When asked about what was important to know from Scripture, Jesus said all of Scripture could be summarized in two directives: love God fully, and love other people. Loving people is more easily understood than loving God.
We sometimes say “Why the sad face?” to our children, friends or companions. Often, our body language tells the truth about how we are really feeling. We try hard to hide those feelings, but our secret is often betrayed by our facial expressions. But what about our conversations? What does o…
The University Lutheran Church & Student Center will host a Styrofoam Densifier Blessing & Happy Hour from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sept. 10 at 914 Elm Ave.
There’s a lovely, aesthetic symmetry to the film “Oklahoma Mon Amour” being screened at the 2021 Norman Film Festival (NFF).
A pair of Cleveland County 4-H’ers took top honors when they were named state record book winners at the 100th State Centennial 4-H Roundup that took place recently at Oklahoma State University.
The Norman Cultural Connection will host Tibetan monks from Gaden Shartse Monastic College for a series of events Sept. 7-19. Presentations will include a lecture series and the creation of a mandala sand painting. Masks are recommended for attendees.
Cleveland County members of a volunteer-based community organization are in the middle of preparation for volunteering, as well as exhibiting, at the county fair next month.
There are many ways to develop a sense of meaning and purpose in our lives. If you ask others what gives them a sense of meaning and purpose, you will probably hear many answers.
First Baptist Church in Norman invites the community to participate in a worship weekend with Bradley and Holly Knight. The Knights, along with Aiysha McCarthy, will lead worship during the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday in the sanctuary, 211 W. Comanche St. Worship also will be available on fbcn…
Now that school is starting, the daily routine changes for families. Work, classes and responsibilities continue in our personal and vocational lives. Life goes on and we pray to God for health and happiness each day. How does the Lord assist us in our daily tasks?
As Norman students head back to school this week, experts say there’s a number of steps parents can take to protect kids against the delta variant and rising COVID-19 numbers.
A tiny tornado hit Little Rock. But unlike the meteorological kind, it hit quietly, and rather than leaving damage, it improved the landscape.
Do you have a passion for gardening? Do you pour over gardening catalogs, stop by the local nursery every chance you get and often visit the farm market in hopes of finding a new plant you can’t live without?
For Yves Saintelo, basketball was an outlet after he lost his father at age 14 and a motivation to get through school.
Four Norman-based artists will share their creative viewpoints — bound together by vibrant colors and compositions — with two exhibitions opening this month at MAINSITE Contemporary Art, 122 E. Main St. in Norman.
Norman community members and faith-based leaders encouraged empathy, community care and collaborative solutions at a Thursday “Peace and Prayer” event focused on showing love and compassion for those without homes.
This Week's Circulars
Roy Neher, age 69, passed away on September 9th. He is survived by his soul mate of 40 years Kathy, his son Eric, his daughter Kestra and six grandchildren. He enjoyed music, playing his guitar, singing and writing songs. He spent his whole life loving and observing nature. He self-taught hi…
Edell "Marie" Garver, 86, of Norman, passed away on September 19, 2021. Graveside services will be 1:00 pm Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at the Noble IOOF Cemetery. Directed by McMahans Funeral Home of Noble.
Meredith Ann Ward, 86, Norman, passed away September 19, 2021. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, September 22nd at IOOF Cemetery, Norman. Online condolences may be shared at www.tribute.care.