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"The Memphis UFO Incident Feb 2015" by Lee Spencer is reviewed by RDR

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Oligarchs to pull the strings in most expensive political clown show ever produced

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Support group giving families hope and understanding

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Controversy surrounds new Elk City mayor

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Right to Farm or Right to Harm?: Controversial bill could amend Oklahoma Constitution

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Exxon Valdez survivor Dr. Riki Ott warns Oklahomans of oil spill dangers

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Oklahoma City will celebrate the 49th Festival of the Arts this week

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Celebrate Earth Day in OKC!

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Parenting without religion in Oklahoma

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The politics of high school sports

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Hofmeister plans to end teacher shortage, reduce student test time

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Never too old to swim with the sharks, former Gov. George Nigh jumps in

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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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Tunnel of Oppression aims to raise awareness, inspire change

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

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First responders remember giving aid, grim recovery effort

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Clinton uses tree analogy for OKC's strength, courage and new beginnings

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KID STUFF: Festival Dia del Nino en la 29 returns to OKC on Sunday

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FOWLER’S FLIX 04.15.15: OH, THOSE CRAZY KIDS

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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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Perlmutter author and editor of PC, persuasion books speaks about ISIS

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What an atomic bombing of Hiroshima survivor has learned 70 years later

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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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House Speaker Pro Tem Lee Denney heckled at ed rally w/ video

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

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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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OKC's Asian District created by Vietnamese refugees

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CHALK UP THE COMMUNITY! Altus "Art Affair" plugs into creative vein of SW Oklahoma

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Pig-N-Out: A must-stop burger joint on Lake Hudson

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Huge indoor garage sales abound Saturday in Tulsa

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Denise Palmer was killed in 1981 while attempting to sell her wedding dress

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Jennifer Henson promotes small-town art

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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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Tulsa costume designer wins contest at Medieval Fair

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Ye olde Norman Medieval Fair starts in Norman

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Exploring at Robbers Cave State Park

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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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The Conservative View - Crap kicking

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The Conservative View - Lessons never learned

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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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Sarah Getto to perform at People with Disabilities Awareness Day at State Capitol Monday

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“I found my calling in the back bin of a dark, dusty record store”: Guestroom Records joins international Record Store Day celebration Saturday

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

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Stillwater group fights for fracking regulations

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RED DIRT SURF: The Crystal Cassettes bring sunny surf-rock to landlocked Sooner State

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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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