All the dirt, news, culture and commentary for Oklahoma's second century.

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OKC public schools chief says improving pay, expanding resources is critical

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Rolling Stones revisit America's blues highway on outstanding "Blue & Lonesome"

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Arr, I love the architecture of that building!

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Kids aren’t bonsai trees

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Cowboys and rhinestones: Dolly Parton charms the Verizon Theatre

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Nine things I learned at the 2016 Jingle Ball Tour

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When protesting pays off

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Ounce of prevention: OKC-County Health Department offers free weight loss, health classes

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Setting back women’s health

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A candid look at the State Fair

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Marietta: More than meets the eye

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SKILL & FLOW: Norman rapper Deus releases raw, impressive "Midnight Man"

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The Criterion: A venue for the people

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"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" will keep you on the edge of your seat

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The rise and fall of Jobs and Sculley

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Millennial election lessons as Trump era kicks off

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KNOCKIN' ON A VOTER'S DOOR: Tales from the campaign trail

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All-Big 12 football teams include many Sooners, Cowboys

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OKC Dodgers introduce inaugural commUNITY Run

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Cowboys from Hell

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BOOK REVIEW: "Boys in the Trees: A memoir" by Carly Simon

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The Chronicles of Austin City Limits

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Magnificent Seven: Nothing short of magnificent

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Pruitt's nod as EPA chief pleases some, irks others

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WW II vet remembers anger from Pearl Harbor bombing

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FOWLER’S FLIX 12.08.16: THE REST OF THE WEST

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TRUE COLORS: Vibrant Women of Oklahoma exhibition shows colorful sides of Metro women

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A community tradition will offer 1,000 people a Thanksgiving dinner

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Oklahoma Libertarian Party celebrates monumental night

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The most wonderful time of the year

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Exchange Rotary Club: The new kids on the block

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Does globalization encourage diversity?

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"A Tuna Christmas"

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"A Christmas Carol"

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Mental illness or health problems maybe cause of OSU Homecoming crash

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OSU HOMECOMING HORROR: Names of crash victims released

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THE TRUTH IS UP THERE: Proof of airborne lawnmower in Cushing

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Wichita Falls goes "ape" over new "King Kong" mural

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Oklahoma millennial entrepreneurs seek to save lives, money

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PART II: Norman police chief welcomes communication, criticism, says ‘We’re human, man’

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Mars One missions delayed until after 2030

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RNA virus studies addressed at Norman Science Café

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Premier Card Kickoff offers discounts while fighting dyslexia

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Webworms ugly, but not dangerous to trees

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CAUTIONARY TALE: Quartz Mountain Aerospace and the continuing tax-credit con

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Bicycle event - "Ride for Sight" - planned for Norman community

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Munson addresses voters at candidate forum despite opponent cancellation

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RED WHITE & YOU: 10 places in Oklahoma to celebrate Independence Day

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Surveillance State expands, regardless of who’s president

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Infamous Konawa gravestone stolen. Again.

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The Conservative View – Seeing red

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The Conservative View - No excuses

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Rolling Acres MHP residents lose hope, asking questions

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Residents try to save mobile home park, owner considering offers

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