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Thunder end Spurs win streak
Reggie Jackson is a man of few words. The third year Oklahoma City guard isn't one to sing his own praises.
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- Allen family donation adds turf to ballpark bearing son’s name
Ada woman hoping for news of missing brother
When Ada resident Violeta Oliver saw news footage of Typhoon Haiyan, she started worrying about her brother.
A native of the Philippines, Oliver was at her office on Nov. 7 when co-workers colleagues told her that a typhoon was supposed to strike her homeland the next day. She assured her colleagues that typhoons are common in the Philippines, but they told her that Haiyan was the biggest storm in the nation’s history.
The day that Haiyan hit, Oliver went home and watched CNN’s coverage of the storm. As she followed the story, she wondered whether her brother, Perfecto Maceda Badoy Jr., was safe.
VIDEO: Big storm threatens Thanksgiving travel
A major storm forced more than 300 flights to be cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth on Sunday. It is also blamed for hundreds of traffic accidents. The storm is bringing snow, sleet and ice across the US ahead of the Thanksgiving weekend.
Commissioners purchase new heat and air control system
Cleveland County will purchase a $128,066 monitoring system to run the heat and air systems in the county office building.
Marek signs with the Sooners
The key to any great college program is getting the local talent in their own backyard. It’s a problem the Oklahoma wrestling team has struggled with in the past. However, that looks like that may have come to an end when Southmoore ...
- Slideshow: Holidays under way in Enid The holiday season kicks off as the Ladies Catholic Auxiliary held its annual holiday baking and Chisholm Trail Expo Center hosted its Home for the Holidays Home Show both on Saturday. (Staff photos by Bonnie Vculek)
- Slideshow: Phoenix Quest casts its spell on Enid Phoenix Quest Enid, held Saturday at Leonardo's Children's Museum and Adventure Quest, was Oklahoma's first-ever Harry Potter-themed convention and attracted large crowds from across the United States. (Staff photos by Bonnie Vculek)
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