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The fastest vaccine ever developed protects against mumps, going from a throat culture to publicly available in just four years.Fifty years later and amid a global pandemic, the push for a COVID-19 vaccine is set to break that record.To convey the need for speed, the U.S. government chose “O…

Over the past few months, crews working on the new skateboard park on the northeast edge of Andrews Park are busy before the sun comes up. With spotlights on them, they're grooming the concrete ramps, bowls and dips that will form the new park once it opens later this year.

Shortly after 9 p.m. Sept. 24, 1947 an Interurban Street car left downtown Oklahoma City headed for Norman. Except for a few dignitaries on board, it would have been a normal, 20-mile trip to the university city.

America is supposed to be the beaming light of the world and, in many cases, we are, but during election time, we take a step back. The name-calling, the lying, and racism hit a peak in America during election time, and any time one minority group speaks up about equality.

I recently received a newsroom call asking for the editor.The caller was upset about a particular developing story because we didn’t republish a submitted press release verbatim. I explained that we rewrite press releases every day.It reminded me of an Oklahoma Gazette cover story we publish…

Nearly 50 years ago, the Cleveland County Historical Society produced a booklet spotlighting the pioneers and early settlers of Cleveland County between 1889 and 1925. It's a great read for local history buffs. A small section in the back is just as interesting as the pioneer families roll.

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