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

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Regardless of straw poll winner, GOP candidates are eager to use America's war machine

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RED MEAT: Jindal attracts social conservatives while trouble looms back in Bayou State

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The foster care problem

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Modern-day slavery in Oklahoma

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Livestream of Oscar Romero Beatification Mass to Take Place Saturday in OKC

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

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Insurance agent still a good idea under Obamacare

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Installation of bike racks along Uptown 23rd promote active transport

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"How I See OKC" shows Oklahoma City from a new perspective

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Parenting without religion in Oklahoma

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The politics of high school sports

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Capitol Hill High now home of the “Red Wolves” -- “Redskins” retired

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OKCPS Board meeting reveals achievements, more questions about discipline

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Cause outshone cloudiness at 5th annual VA2K

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Tunnel of Oppression aims to raise awareness, inspire change

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SRLC wraps up with comments from straw-poll winner Ben Carson

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STRAIGHT TO HELL: GOP presidential contenders tell SRLC audience where the troops need to send terrorists

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FOWLER’S FLIX 05.22.15: LATE-NIGHT DOUBLE-FEATURE PICTURE-SHOWS

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BACKYARD OF THE MOON: The Paseo Amphitheater brings back laser Floyd this Saturday evening

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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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Zoës Kitchen opens new location at Classen Curve

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Tiger Cub reporters pepper arch-villain Lex Luthor with questions at "press conference"

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#BlackOutDay spreading positive message online

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A study in fanfiction

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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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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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Do you know the history of Memorial Day?

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PLATED: How I discovered I love leeks #RedDirtMama

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Oklahoma's Main Street towns come together to celebrate Cinco de Mayo

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OKC's southern African community gathers together for fun and fellowship

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Lake Hefner Update: Water levels are higher after spring rains

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Spring rains turn into floodwaters in Mustang

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On the line

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Respecting the community

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Oklahoma's Republican-led legislature is defending quality jobs tax credit program? Still?

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

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The Conservative View - Read the fine print (on TPP)

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The Conservative View - School of shade-tree mechanics

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County jails may be full again: HB 1630

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The Mysterious Death of Daniel Hickman: Part II

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Supreme Court likely to legalize same-sex marriage in June, Justice Kennedy will cast decisive vote

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Why the death penalty should be abolished

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Derek Paul & The Handsome Devils self-titled album is a must have

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A creative busy-body, Beth Isbell is one to keep an eye on

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"Queen of the Prairie" ruled Guthrie

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Legacy lives on at Bob Childers' Gypsy Café

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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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