Several members of Norman Galaxy of Writer won awards at the 2008 Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Inc. annual conference.
Linda Basinger won a first place for Young Adult Short Story. Jill Case Brown, place second for Prose Humor, third place for Adult Short Story, third place for Short, Short Story, and an honorable mention for Young Adult Book.
Frances Searcey placed first in Juvenile Short Story, third in Technical/How-to Article, and honorable mention in Rhymed Long Poetry.
Kathleen Park received second for Mazie Cox Reid Column and honorable mention for Feature Article.
Madelain Culp received honorable mention for Mainstream book, Play/Film/TV Script, Rhymed Short Poetry and Young Adult Short Story.
Ann Champeau placed second for Juvenile Short Story and honorable mention for Mazie Cox Reid Column.
This Week's Circulars
Debra Jean Eastham, 67, passed from this life in Norman, Oklahoma. Services are pending at this time. Please sign the online guestbook at www.primrosefuneralservice.com
Walter F. Huebner, age 93, renowned astrophysicist and lifelong traveler, passed away peacefully at his home in Norman, Oklahoma, on June 1, 2021, surrounded by family. No services at this time. View full obituary and share condolences online at www.havenbrookfuneralhome.com.
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- Horning: On elimination Saturday, Juarez comes full circle in the circle and it was amazing
- Horning: Her whole team won, but it was Juarez who improbably made it possible
- Horning: Gasso, Sooners do too much wrong, make it easy on Seminoles
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- OU Softball (Extra Frames): Mendes' triple the beginning of Alexander's undoing in the circle
- Horning: Getting to Game 3, Sooners, Seminoles deserve a bigger stage
- Horning: Sooners' World Series loss not complicated, just a perfect storm and a great pitcher