As my young family huddled behind a sofa in front of a large plate glass window in our southwest Norman home, we all looked out to the south to see if we could catch a glimpse of a tornado that was headed our way.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Organizers of my Honor Flight carrying veterans to see the memorial built to honor their World War II service had one goal that August day a few years back: Keep ‘em hydrated.

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The endless stream of headlights, some from funeral processions, others from drivers showing solidarity with rescue teams, will always be top of mind for me as we mark Monday’s 26th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Building bombing.

How we think about problems has a significant influence on our mental state and the way we think about God.

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WILBURTON — The blooming dogwood and redbud trees along State Highway 2 adjacent to Robbers Cave State Park are competing for the visitors’ attention on a weekday drive-through.

Now that I know that I have been lied to all these years about how to define myself, how do I make the truth that I now know a real part of me?

When Sherri Coale was hired as the OU’s women’s basketball coach in 1996, she left a state champion Norman High team that drew far more fans than the university women’s program had ever seen.

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As my young family huddled behind a sofa in front of a large plate glass window in our southwest Norman home, we all looked out to the south to see if we could catch a glimpse of a tornado that was headed our way.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Organizers of my Honor Flight carrying veterans to see the memorial built to honor their World War II service had one goal that August day a few years back: Keep ‘em hydrated.

The endless stream of headlights, some from funeral processions, others from drivers showing solidarity with rescue teams, will always be top of mind for me as we mark Monday’s 26th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Building bombing.

How we think about problems has a significant influence on our mental state and the way we think about God.

WILBURTON — The blooming dogwood and redbud trees along State Highway 2 adjacent to Robbers Cave State Park are competing for the visitors’ attention on a weekday drive-through.

Now that I know that I have been lied to all these years about how to define myself, how do I make the truth that I now know a real part of me?

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