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ALBUM REVIEW: "Between Wine and Blood" by New Model Army

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Legislative "odd couple" seemingly indifferent to the suffering of Oklahoma nursing-home residents

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Golf is not a game for sissies

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Why I quit drinking

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Tenth Evolution Weekend shows cooperation between science and faith

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The Lawyer Mom is the scariest of all

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SWINGIN'! Bob Wills Day to be celebrated at State Capitol on Wednesday

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Parenting without religion in Oklahoma

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The politics of high school sports

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Education “Brighter Future” rally set for Monday at Capitol

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Policy forum reveals big differences in approach to school choice issues

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Sooners seek big upset in Sweet 16

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OKC hosts Women’s NCAA Basketball Regional

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SHENANIGANS: O'City St. Patrick's Day Parade draws funloving, festive folks

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Oklahoma's Muslim Day through the eyes of a Muslim

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OU's SAE members learned racist chant while on national leadership cruise

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Legislation's demise means more preventable nursing home deaths will occur, advocate contends

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ANOTHER ORB SIGHTING!: Local man views gliding orb on lunch break, takes to Facebook to recount.

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JESUS SAVES: The Oklahoma City Theater Company stages controversial "Corpus Christi"

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Provisional ballots underutilized but effective 95 percent of the time in Oklahoma

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Neocon pundit and author Stephen Hayes talks politics and more at OKC Town Hall forum

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What Corpus Christi can learn about planning its future from Oklahoma City

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The Urban Scene: Oklahoma City

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Gyros by Ali: Mediterranean flair in OKC

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Mixed feelings surround first annual Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol

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Dan Short: the story of an Oklahoma Santa

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Local Santa shares children’s wish lists of 2014

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Alternative education rally at Capitol

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Earthquakes, hydrocarbons and the tobacco industry: lessons from the past

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#BlackOutDay spreading positive message online

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A study in fanfiction

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Pot business is good business

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USGS claims that the rise in earthquakes is not the result of natural process

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State Rep. Dan Fisher introduces a bill that is “Mythology and just not true!”

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"YSR" statues a reflection of Indian life and politics

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Mixed feelings abound ahead of Obama's trip to India

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"Arranged" film highlights arranged marriage issues in Jewish and Muslim families

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Fantastic book describes end of the USSR

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Huge indoor garage sales abound Saturday in Tulsa

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Find the Best of Tulsa at the Cain’s Ballroom this Thursday

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Sleep loss impairs health

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OKLAHOMA MYSTERIES: 1988 murder of Mary Morgan Pewitt is Comanche's only cold case

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Conversations about race continue at OU

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UPDATE: Flag initiative hopes to symbolize unity

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Ye olde Norman Medieval Fair starts in Norman

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Rep. Young's new book challenges the way churches offer help to those in need

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Exploring at Robbers Cave State Park

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OU gives students a voice at diversity town hall meeting

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On the line

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Respecting the community

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CONSPIRACY, COVER-UPS & SPIN: A rose by any other name is still a rose

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It doesn't have to cost $100,000

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Members of the U.S. Congress are completely cowed by Israel

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The Conservative View - What the hell happened?

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The Conservative View - Who will shed tears?

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The Mysterious Death of Daniel Hickman: Part II

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The Mysterious Death of Daniel Hickman

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Why the death penalty should be abolished

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What falling oil prices could mean for Oklahoma's economy

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Pizza pies and stores galore: a quick visit to Tulsa that offers a little more

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Red Dirt Report was launched July 4, 2007 as an independent news website covering all manner of news, culture, entertainment and lifestyle stories that affect and interest Oklahoma readers and readers outside of our state. Our mission is to educate, promote civic engagement and discourse on public policy, government and politics. Our experienced journalists provided balanced in-depth coverage of news stories that affect Oklahomans. Our opinion/editorial stories come from a wide range of political view points. We carry out our mission by reporting, writing, and posting news and information. read more

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