13 hrs ago
The Desert Sun
Linda Jolly 'can't wait' to teach music to Indio children
"I tell the children: It's about singing, about rhythm, and how to find the music in your body."
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19 hrs ago
Man found dead on OU campus identified
University of Oklahoma officials identified the individual found deceased Wednesday near the Mosier Indoor Training Facility, according to The Norman Transcript.
The University of Oklahoma College of Law moves up 10 spots in list of best law schools
58. The ranking is the highest by any Oklahoma law school in survey history. The rankings of 194 law schools fully accredited by the American Bar Association are based on a weighted average of 12 measures of quality.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
OU students raise record breaking $318,711 to benefit sick Okla. children
The 18th annual Soonerthon, presented by The University of Oklahoma Campus Activities Council and Student Life held on Saturday, March 8, raised a record-breaking $318,711 to benefit Children's Hospital Foundation.
Tennessee Mothers Of The Year Honored
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke honored the Tennessee Mother of the Year and Young Mother of the Year, both from Chattanooga, on Wednesday.
Police investigate possible suicide at University of Oklahoma
University police had taped off an area near the Mosier Practice Facility by 3 p.m. and appeared to be searching a car that was parked in the area.
Doctors join Edward Neurosciences Institute
New doctors: Neurosurgeon William Schueler and neurologist Yonghua Michael Zhang, have joined the Edward Neurosciences Institute in affiliation with the Northwestern Medical Group.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Spring Street Museum Lecture Series to kick off March 22
Exploration of Southern feuds in the Florida parishes of Louisiana, tiffs that would put to shame the Hatfield and McCoy row of the Appalachian region, will be the grist of the first of three offerings in this year's Spring Street Museum Lecture Series.
News Byte: FEMA Veteran Takes Over as PRC General Counsel
The Postal Regulatory Commission yesterday announced it had named David A. Trissell to replace Stephen Sharfman as General Counsel.
OU Law establishes first Native American Law Chair
The University of Oklahoma College of Law has received a gift from the Chickasaw Nation for the Chickasaw Nation Native American Law Chair.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Solving the Midwest's Biggest Geologic Mystery
Geologists from Northwestern University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, the University of Oklahoma and Purdue University have a new explanation for the Midwest's biggest geologic mystery: What caused the giant 2,000-mile-long rift that starts in Lake Superior and runs south to Oklahoma and Alabama? Using new data from the North American ... (more)
Large Earthquake Linked Again To Injection Wells
The evidence is mounting that the dramatic surge in earthquakes here in Oklahoma can be related to oil and gas drilling activities, but will state leaders do anything about it? On Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey issued a media release citing its study that a 5.7 magnitude earthquake that struck near Prague in November, 2011 "was the largest ... (more)
Sun Mar 09, 2014
OSU claims Big 12 wrestling title, OU second
The Cowboys finished Saturday's championship hosted by the University of Oklahoma in Norman with six individual conference champions to outscore second-place Oklahoma 98.5 to 63.5 for the championship.
Weddings, Engagements and Anniversaries: Kenna Anderson & Trevor Gilstrap
Kenna, an RN with two degrees from the University of Oklahoma, is the daughter of Kenny and Cheryl Anderson of Altus, Ok.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
National Public Radio
The Unforgettable Performance Ed Harris Doesn't Remember
As part of a new series called "My Big Break," All Things Considered is collecting stories of triumph, big and small.
South Whidbey Record
Island County District 3 sees third commissioner candidate step forward
Camano Island resident Marc Hennemann said as county commissioner he would keep taxes down and make public safety a priority.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
Okla. IHOP Restaurants raise nearly 26,000 benefiting Children's Hospital
Through its ninth annual National Pancake Day fundraiser on March 4, IHOP Restaurants in Oklahoma City, Stillwater and Norman have reported a total of $25,741 raised to benefit Children's Hospital Foundation.
Bangor Daily News
New York developer plans 270-unit student apartment complex in Orono
A New York developer has submitted a plan for a 270-unit student housing complex at the end of Washburn Drive, and if it's approved by the Orono planning board, shovels could hit the ground in the next two months.
Surviving the Elements: Land & Water Issues of the West symposium...
Surviving the Elements: Land & Water Issues of the West March 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2014 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Through a grant provided by the Coca-Cola Foundation, the museum offers a four-part symposium on water and land issues consecutive Fridays in March 2014.
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art Houser Centennial Drawing Exhibit opens
Allan Houser , Apache Ga'an Dancer, 1939. Pen and ink, 13 1 2 x 11 3 4 in. Courtesy of Allan Houser, Inc. One of Oklahoma's beloved artists is getting statewide appreciation during the centennial of his birth.