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Big Red Sports and Imports, 418 N. Interstate Drive, will celebrate 40 years of business and the city of Norman is invited. Comment?
It wasn't your usual tourism luncheon. For one thing, there were wild animals -- albeit extinct ones -- running amok and harassing the visitors. Comment?
A few weeks ago, the Oklahoma Catholic Broadcasting Network's dream of providing faith-based radio programming continued to grow. Comment?
A man who was being sought as an alleged co-conspirator in the Patrick Burton homicide that occurred Feb. Comment?
City council members Tuesday will consider an ordinance that would regulate the use of phosphorus-based fertilizers. Comment?
SpectraSensors has been selected to present a poster at the Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning Conference in Norman, Oklahoma on February 25 - 27, 2013. Comment?
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Feb. 10--NORMAN -- Frank Wang's pocket-protector and bow-tie stand out among a civic club audience this week. Comment?
Rotary International President Sakuji Tanaka learned many valuable things during his youth. Comment?
It quite possibly could be the best deal in town. For the low, low price of $5, the Christian Men's Fellowship of First Christian Church in Norman will serve up a piping hot bowl of beans, a drink, cornbread and will even throw in a cookie for dessert. Comment?
A Norman teenager recently partnered with the Cleveland County Sheriff's Department on his Eagle Scout Service Project and ended up collecting more than 1,000 pounds of snacks, games, DVDs, books and personal items to send to U.S. Marines serving in Afghanistan. Comment?
The start of a new year is around the corner, and it's the perfect time for a fresh start. Comment?
It was 29 Christmases ago when two brothers' plan to pioneer a French bakery in Norman started falling into place. Comment?
With only two shopping days left until Christmas, many are hitting area stores for last-minute purchases. Comment?
City council members will consider a $1.9 million design contract for the W Lindsey Street widening project when they convene at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at city hall, 201 W Gray St. Comment?