What do you think about statements like- “It’s only the risk-takers that get the really good stuff,” or “It’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all”? Is it true?
A five-time cancer survivor, who has beaten long odds twice, attributes her survival to her faith, and especially to the intercessory prayers of Blessed Stanley Rother.
NORMAN - The Norman City Council unanimously approved the re-zoning of a 30-acre property located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Highway 9 and 24th Ave SE during its Tuesday night meeting.
It’s well known that cool cats dig Volkswagen Beetles. But these were actual felines who had taken up residence in the 1974 VW Karmann edition Super Beetle convertible. Barn mousers were using its rag top as a kind of kitty hammock.
Learning not to complicate their music is a lesson Oklahoma City band One Two Ten (OTT) lead vocalist Andrew May learned in Norman. The power pop quintet was recording their new single “Heathers” with Trent Bell at Bell Labs. OTT will debut that composition in concert from 6 to 10 p.m. July …
Accountants have a reputation for being conservative, possibly even boring. That may be a desirable image professionally but after the numbers are crunched Norman bookkeeper Priscilla Gray jumps into a ride that’s far from ordinary.
Deep emotion expressed lyrically is among the truest arrows to their listeners' hearts in a songwriter’s quiver. Audiences are never more captivated than when they’re hearing a song about a strong feeling they’ve experienced personally. Vocalist and song smith Felina Rivera has a remarkable …
Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct an error. Ward 4, not Ward 3, was one of the two wards where the majority of voters voted "yes" on Proposition 3.
When Brad McLelland began working on his master’s degree from Oklahoma State University, one of the first people he met was Louis Sylvester.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin today issued a state proclamation celebrating an Oklahoma-inspired musical treasure and its major milestone in music history: the 60th anniversary of the first Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)-certified gold album.
Norman Animal Welfare will be holding a discounted adoption event today through July 14. All adoption fees will be waived during the event. The goal of the special event is to unite great animals with great homes and assist in clearing out the very full shelter.
The Cleveland County Master Gardener Association will be conducting a class on “How to Grow Food Anywhere with Smart Pots & Use the free Seed to Spoon Mobile App!” at 10 a.m. on July 14, in Room “C” at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson. The class is free and open to the p…
She grabbed my hand just outside of Bryant Park as musicians played on a New York City street corner celebrating the annual Puerto Rican Parade taking place the next day and we danced. The stranger and I moved to the music as the clock ticked past midnight and I turned 30. It was in that eup…
Father’s Day, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline and TSET Healthy Living Program through Norman Regional Health System, encourage fathers to consider quitting tobacco for good.
Students with autism spectrum disorder have a chance to experience college life this summer during the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Neill-Wint Center for Neurodiversity’s summer camp.
Visitors to Philadelphia can help paint a mural. In Columbus, Ohio travelers can live through the eyes of a slave escaping on the underground railroad.
When David Vick learned the Book Stall used book store, 300 W Gray St., across from the Norman Public Library was closing, he knew he had to do something.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) and Tulsa Health Department (THD) have joined public health officials in other states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to investigate a nationwide outbreak of Salmonella associated with kratom.
The Othello's Italian Restaurant re-opening date has been pushed back to June, owners reported today. The restaurant closed after a fire destroyed the roof and a large portion of the interior last April.
- Severe hailstorm causes widespread damage in Norman
- Jury sentences Texas man to death in murder of Norman woman
- Norman businesses begin recovery from hail storm
- Norman woman charged with assault using a weapon
- Norman Farm Market rolls out online option
- NFL Draft: Oklahoma's Creed Humphrey selected by Kansas City Chiefs
- Playoff soccer: Shorthanded, North girls survive Southmoore's challenge
- Clark opens capacity to 100% for businesses
- OU football: Trejan Bridges receives eviction notice from apartment complex for alleged connection to armed robbery
- Officials warn of unverified roofers following hailstorm