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NORMAN — At the click of a button, the City of Norman’s website can now translate the site text into eight languages other than English in a step toward fulfilling the city’s motto of “building an inclusive community.”

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Editor’s note: The following story uses anonymous sources with direct knowledge of the state Republican Party’s dynamics and conversations. The Transcript has granted anonymity to these sources given the sensitivity of the information they shared, but knows the identity of and has vetted eac…

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Editor’s note: This is the third and final story in a multi-part series about accessibility issues with Norman’s transportation options.


A local business owner said his basement floor has flooded with every rainfall since construction began on a Cleveland County capital project last year.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly three dozen lawmakers expressed dismay with the University of Oklahoma’s decision to disregard the state’s “collaborative spirit” and join with the University of Texas to seek membership in the SEC, ignoring its longtime in-state partner, Oklahoma State.

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To longtime Norman residents, the lack of funding for stormwater projects is no secret, and is likely a source of frustration for those in chronically flooded neighborhoods and business districts.

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A variety of projects are part of a master plan for improvements at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds, including the expansion of an RV park, a pond and recreation area, and an expo center.

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