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The past two Norman city council meetings have sparked an intense discussion about everything from abortion to what direction council members are facing when community members address them.

The term "inside job" takes on a special meaning when discussing Internet safety, security and company employees. We trust them with the keys to our doors, the codes to our alarms and the passwords to our bank accounts, but do we train them how to protect that trust?

Gardening and maintaining a beautiful landscape can be an expensive proposition, especially if you have a limited budget. Saving for the next growing season is a year-round process, but if you change just a few habits you may save some cash and gain more garden bang for your buck! Here are a…

It may have caught industry officials off-guard, but President Trump's sudden decision to ground Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 aircraft was a savvy move.

Be honest, you probably have never given much thought to the state of Utah. But lately, Utah has been demanding more attention. Maybe it's tired of being overlooked and struggling to compete against more compelling roadside attractions like Amarillo's Cadillac Ranch or Catoosa's Blue Whale. It's not a good look.

"What happened to my computer? What made it stop working?"

My February 23 column advocated for a ‘No’ vote on the Prop. 2 stormwater bond slated for the April 2 Norman election ballot. Though anticipated, the pushback and denials now flowing from City Hall need to be refuted. I have taken no position on either Prop. 1 or Prop. 3, both of which are a…

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The term "inside job" takes on a special meaning when discussing Internet safety, security and company employees. We trust them with the keys to our doors, the codes to our alarms and the passwords to our bank accounts, but do we train them how to protect that trust?

Gardening and maintaining a beautiful landscape can be an expensive proposition, especially if you have a limited budget. Saving for the next growing season is a year-round process, but if you change just a few habits you may save some cash and gain more garden bang for your buck! Here are a…

My February 23 column advocated for a ‘No’ vote on the Prop. 2 stormwater bond slated for the April 2 Norman election ballot. Though anticipated, the pushback and denials now flowing from City Hall need to be refuted. I have taken no position on either Prop. 1 or Prop. 3, both of which are a…

Nearly 129 years ago this spring, our county was one of six Oklahoma counties whose boundaries were approved by territorial governor George W. Steele. Now, it was up to voters in the "Third County" to choose and vote on a formal name. Local historian John Womack said the apolitical choices w…

Do you know which browser you use? "I don't use a 'browser,'" you may be thinking. "All I ever do is surf the Internet, looking for cool websites. What's a 'browser,' anyway?"

The Oklahoma Legislature is back in session. The Republicans have the governorship and supermajorities in both the House and Senate.

Maybe it was inevitable. In today's environment that seems to confuse empowerment with hurt feelings, social media lit up this past week with millennial outrage about John Wayne. Yes, The Duke, who went to the great cattle roundup in the sky in 1979, came under fire by a generation of folks who detest anybody and anything that does not line up with their woke sensibilities. And John Wayne is the ultimate anti-woke.

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