Tribal ag program brings farm to casino
The Quapaw Tribe has started an agriculture program that is supplying locally grown products for its casino restaurant.
Charities helping residents after wildfire
Local charities are on the scene to help Logan County residents sift through the ashes after wildfires swept through the rural area near Guthrie.
ALDI opens Norman store on West Main Street
A light rain didn’t deter dozens of shoppers who showed up to help open the ALDI store at 2440 W. Main Street in Norman early Thursday.
Lebanese Festival planned for two days
Food, music, dance, culture and traditional home-cooked Lebanese food once again comes together in Norman in the form of Middle Eastern hospitality.
Senators accuse GM of covering up defective switch
Members of a Senate subcommittee accused General Motors of trying to cover up problems with an ignition switch that is now tied to 13 deaths, and pressed CEO Mary Barra to commit to punishing anyone involved.
University of Okla. students paint murals, brighten up nonprofit
The harsh, cold, metal door slipped away as green, then blue, turned into a lush, green field with a winding path and a group of University of Oklahoma undergraduate students painted murals Monday at Bethesda Inc., a local agency that specializes in sexual abuse treatment and prevention for children and adolescents.
Fly-tying Frenzy at Sam Noble Museum
The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History will offer Fly-Tying Frenzy, an adult fly-tying workshop, from 8 to 11 a.m. for beginners and from 1 to 4 p.m. for intermediate and advanced participants April 5.
Industry giants represented at Oak Tree
Two corporate leaders discussed their company’s respective impact of business expansion on the local economy Thursday at the Edmond Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon.
Cherokee Nation raising minimum rage
The Cherokee Nation, one of the largest Native American tribes in the country, is raising its minimum wage by 50 cents, Chief Bill John Baker announced Monday.
Moore City Council denies zoning change request
Residents protesting a requested zoning change to allow apartments to be built in an area devastated by the May 20 tornado filled Moore City Hall on Tuesday night, then applauded when the Moore City Council denied the zoning change request unanimously.
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