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Norman cyclists take the path less traveled to work
Rain, shine or fog, Norman bicyclists show up every year, and have been showing up every year for eight years, for the city’s annual Bike to Work event. Despite drizzle and fog Friday morning, this year was no exception. “Norman has one ...
Five face drug charges after police search
Five individuals face drug charges in Cleveland County District Court after Oklahoma City police executed a search warrant for a home in Cleveland County....
Norman residents to perform in concert
Several Norman residents will perform during Windsong Chamber Choir’s spring concert “Windsong Alone” 4 p.m. Sunday at Messiah Lutheran Church, 3600 NW Expressway in Oklahoma City. The concert is free but donations are accepted....
Moore-Norman Technology Center superintendent Jane Bowen was appreciative of a $3 million increase to the state’s career tech system budget. It was incorrectly reported Friday that Moore-Norman received the $3 million increase instead of ...
Noble Farmers Market receives $2,000 grant for signs
The Noble Farmers Market has been awarded a $2,000 grant by the Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry. The grant funds, available pursuant to the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program Farm Bill, will be used to purchase and place ...
Technology center board meets
Weapons policy updates, state funding and a five-year strategic plan were the topics of note at the Moore Norman Technology Center Board meeting Thursday evening....
City water customer says site identifying high water users is misleading
A social media website identifying Norman residents as high water users is factually misleading, according to one Norman homeowner who made the list....
Noble High School students present projects at mock trade show
Noble High School juniors and seniors in Roger Clement’s Chemistry II class got a special preview of what professional chemistry and engineering would be like as they presented the fruit of semester-long projects in a mock trade show ...
Former Sooner takes a stand
All Jade Staggs ever wanted to do was play golf for Oklahoma. Growing up less than 15 miles from the campus, it was her dream school....
Four arrested in drug investigation
Four individuals involved in illegal drug trafficking were arrested Thursday after investigations and the cooperation of several law enforcement agencies. Those arrested included Pedro Lee Luera, 31, and Ryan Battilsa Matlock, 23, of ...
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