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JOKE-LAHOMANS: OKC Comedy pals "yuk it up" for local Rotarians

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ONLY 94 LIGHT YEARS AWAY: Curious "signal" could point to advanced civilization

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War hero convicted of killing son was 'railroaded,' family says

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Sex, Drugs, and “Suits”: Shawnee teen's disappearance remains unsolved after 30 years

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Back-to-school 2016 is in the books

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Bestsellers and boots: Make your fall reading list now

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CONCERT REVIEW: Gwen Stefani’s This Is What the Truth Feels Like Tour

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CONCERT REVIEW: Dolly Parton's Pure & Simple Tour

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Plight of the Monarchs

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Oklahomans celebrate “Tap Liberation Day” Friday

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State revenue failure equals educational funding failure

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Adventure Road leads to success for Chickasaw tourism venture

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Marietta: More than meets the eye

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Boathouse District hosts Stars & Stripes River Festival

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BACK IN TIME: A Millennial's take on FlashBack RetroPub

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TEAM CUMMINGS: Recap from Cleveland

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Cowboys hope to get season off and running

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Sooners picked again to make College Football Playoff

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Banjo Fest to celebrate museum’s 2016 Hall of Fame inductees

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The Rebel: The all-American banjo

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Piedmont's $71 million bond issue passes in Tuesday vote

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Okarche bond issue passes

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ROAD GAMES: Acclaimed Americana artist James McMurtry to play Tulsa in Sept.

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A WALK IN THE CLOUDS: Oklahoma Contemporary brings Tomás Saraceno's Cloud City to OKC

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Governor unveils new license plate

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Guerrilla Art Park provides space for local artists

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FILM REVIEW: "The Legend of Tarzan"

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FOOD REVIEW: Deep Deuce Grill

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"Sylvia"

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"The Liar"

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“Putting service and faith above all,” Benghazi survivor tells his story at state GOP event

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Environmental concerns draw crowd for screening of "Oklahoma Shakedown"

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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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Syrian grateful to Oklahoma City

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Yummy Mummy brings Egyptian tastes to OKC

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Resolving environmental issues will take time

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Norman is election hotbed Tuesday

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Empty storefronts not harbinger of ghost town Norman

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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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“LET US VOTE!”: medical marijuana legalization supporters demand action at OK Capitol rally

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OK’s medical marijuana petitioners get stiffed by state: SQ 788 won’t be on November ballot

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

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Independence Day closures in OKC

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FOOD REVIEW: Gigglez Bar & Grill

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New cocktail haven coming to Uptown 23rd

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Kaepernick sits for national anthem

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Thunder fans petition Durant

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Head to Prague this weekend for a kolache or two

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Lecture explores the similarities and differences between Islam and Christianity

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The Conservative View - Good intentions and the nanny state

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The Conservative View - Armchair quarterbacks

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Attorney commits suicide amidst lawsuits, criminal investigation

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Seminole couple facing first-degree murder charges in Colt Clark case

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Cruz big winner in Iowa, but Sanders steals the show

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Cheap oil is killing Oklahoma’s economy

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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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