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The featured composer at the annual Martin Luther King Day concert hopes his music performed Monday night resonates in present day as well and commemorates the life and accomplishments of the civil rights leader.

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A longtime Normanite turns 100 years old Tuesday, and while much has obviously changed since she first moved to town 83 years ago, her love for the community, football at the University of Oklahoma and her family continues to keep her young at heart.

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Norman’s newest coffee shop has opened on Main Street, marking an Oregon-based drink stop’s first location in Cleveland County and seventh in Oklahoma.

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The marquee speaker at Saturday’s Cleveland County GOP Banquet, Utah Sen. Mike Lee, said the country is living under tyranny at the moment and claimed President Joe Biden is acting like a king, citing his recently struck-down vaccine mandate for private employers.

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Sen. Tom Dugger (R-Stillwater) introduced two bills ahead of the 2022 legislative session that could affect how Oklahomans get records through the Oklahoma Open Records Act, including doubling the cost of paper copies and limiting who can make requests.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The head of the state’s most powerful gun lobby must be removed from his post after he made incendiary and threatening remarks aimed at politicians who don’t agree with his views, a powerful Republican state senator said.

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Norman reported its highest weekly COVID-19 case count in over a year on Wednesday, recording nearly 2,500 new COVID cases over the past week.

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The Moore Chamber of Commerce looks to recognize the achievements of local leaders and businesses with an inaugural award mixer next month, and they need the community’s help with nominations.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — A state lawmaker wants to allow tribes to offer sports betting for the first time in casinos in a bid to bolster public school funding and legalize a multi-million dollar underground industry.

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