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Indigenous Peoples' Day resolution gets mixed reaction from The Village City Council

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The bomb of Gilead (tomorrow is yesterday)

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Oklahoma Right to Birth 5K and Womb Walk this weekend in OKC

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Science Museum Oklahoma hosts solar eclipse activities

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OH, MOTHER! Baffling Aronofsky film raises questions, offers few answers

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Classic East Festival Day Two: Fleetwood Mac steals the show

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The solar eclipse from Carhenge, in pictures

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Oklahomans stand in solidarity with Charlottesville

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Does the State of Oklahoma have jurisdiction in Indian Country?

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The Manhattan offers metropolitan cocktails, classic menu and cool urban vibe

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REFLECTIONS: "Total Eclipse of 2017"

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Pagan pride comes to Tulsa

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A Gathering Place for Tulsa on track for mid-'18 opening

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Tulsa City Council to vote on dollar-store moratorium next week

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Libertarian Party of Oklahoma to decide on open or closed primaries

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Holt, Maughan take part in OKC FOP mayoral forum

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Historical tennis match comes to the big screen

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OU FOOTBALL: Tulane seeks to make waves in Norman Saturday

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Okarche police chief critical of predecessor

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Smaller crowd remains supportive of Trump, policies during Saturday rally

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STOLEN SISTERS: Native Americans to pay tribute, create awareness about murdered and missing women

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‘VISIONS’ QUEST: Damien Jurado’s latest tour leaves no small-town venue unturned

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An interventionist foreign policy blurs the line of demarcation between neoconservatives and neoliberals

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The multiple narratives of women in conflict zones

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Michael Ubaldini's "Starshaker" leaves us starstruck

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Amid higher ed budget woes, OK State Regents for High Ed reduce Academic Scholars Program

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REVIEW: "A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline"

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REVIEW: "The Little Mermaid" presented by OKC Broadway

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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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Diversity highlighted at church's annual Festival of the Americas and the World

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Local author talks about "Lost and Found Cat" at Raindrop Turkish House

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BOOK REVIEW: "The Last American President" by Richard Engle

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Teacher rings bell as new House District 46 representative

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FOOD REVIEW: El Toro Chino

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Lankford remains cool, collected at "Java With James" event in Norman

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Run, don't walk to OK Runner in Norman and Edmond

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OKC Police Department carries opioid antidote Naloxone

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Increased funding needed to combat state’s opioid epidemic, says ODMHSAS commissioner

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STREAMING SELECTIONS: "Queen of Earth"

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TWIN PEAKS: The Return - Part XVI overview

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The Conservative View- A fool and some rope

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The Conservative View - A nation of laws?

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U.K. unveils new polymer £10 to mixed reactions

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My Gym Edmond hosting enrollment event

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