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Program to fund classroom projects
U.S. Cellular is donating $1 million to fund teacher classroom projects across the nation, including Oklahoma, through its “Calling
Bad actors step in when we pull back
Ever since Russia violated Ukrainian sovereignty by sending troops to invade Crimea back in March, the world has been clearly warne
Healthplex, EMSStat recognized
Norman Regional Health System’s Healthplex and EMSStat teams were recognized recently by the American Heart Association, receiving
Amnesty program set for Moore
The City of Moore Municipal Court will offer an amnesty program for certain outstanding court debts during the month of August.
City manager says Moore strong during address
Moore’s City Manager Steve Eddy could have quoted Dickens: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Eddy, with help f
Shop couple charged again
NORMAN — A Norman couple whose felony charges were dropped last year for intent to distribute synthetic marijuana out of their arom
Ideal Homes dedicates first Home for HOPE
YUKON — Ideal Homes dedicated the company’s first Home for HOPE on July 23 at 13209 SW 5th in Yukon.
Medical examiner says inmate died of overdose
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office on July 23 said a woman found dead in the Cleveland County jail Feb. 23 died of a drug overdose.
Sam Noble hosts food expedition
If your palette enjoys culinary diversity or if you’re interested in introducing new flavors to your family, then join the Sam Nobl
Nonprofit raises $3.9M for new center
NORMAN — The Center for Children and Families, a United Way of Norman partner agency, announced recently that it exceeded its publi
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