Betty Lou Meadows, 86

Born June 28, 1931

Died March 21, 2018

Myrtle L. Fausett, 88

Born June 22, 1929

Died March 20, 2018

Katherine Younger, 81

Born August 20, 1936

Died March 18, 2018


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Thursday, March 22

2018 Student Art Show
Bread making class
Cliff Casteel Photography Exhibit
Mike Herndon Band Live
Jess C. Epple Jr.

Friday, March 23

2018 Student Art Show

Saturday, March 24

2018 Student Art Show
Oklahoma Carry Course
Bacone Spring Pow Wow
Bedouin Dash Glo N Go 5k

Topix Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma instructor charged with rape of teen
Posted on Thursday March 22, 2018

The Norman Transcript reports that Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn filed two felony second-degree rape charges against 27-year-old Kyle Trent Podrecca on Friday. He s accused of allegedly having sex with a former student that he tutored.

Oklahoma Oil Gas Association v. Thompson
Posted on Thursday March 22, 2018

OKLAHOMA OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION and David S. Sikes, Petitioners, v. Michael O. THOMPSON, Mary Lynn Peacher, and Ray H. Potts, Respondents.

Oklahoma dry counties are running out of time to change their liquor-by-the-drink sales laws
Posted on Wednesday March 21, 2018

Oklahoma State Question 792, which will change where alcohol can be sold will take effect October 1st, however, 14 dry counties are running out of time to place a liquor-by-the-drink sales proposition on the June 26 ballot. According to the Oklahoma State Election Board, county commissioners have until April 11 to call for a resolution to place a liquor-by-the-drink sales proposition on the June 26, 2018 ballot.

Report lists Best Value Colleges in Oklahoma
Posted on Wednesday March 21, 2018

University students in their caps and gowns are silhouetted as they line up for graduation ceremonies in 2016. [AP Photo] SmartAsset has released its 2018 report of the Best Value Colleges in the U.S. Annalists looked at five factors that determine what students spend and what they get in return: tuition, student living costs, scholarship and grant offerings, retention rate from freshman to sophomore year and starting salary after graduation.

Oklahoma plans to use new execution method through oxygen deficiency
Posted on Monday March 19, 2018

Unable to obtain drugs to use for its lethal injections, Oklahoma will use inert gas inhalation as the primary method for death penalty executions once a protocol is developed and finalized, the state s attorney general announced Wednesday. "As you know, in Oklahoma, a bill that was signed back in 2015 by the governor states that if lethal injection is held unconstitutional or is unavailable, an execution shall be carried out by nitrogen hypoxia," Attorney General Mike Hunter said.

OKC Police Search For Serial Robbery Suspect
Posted on Saturday March 17, 2018

Investigators said the suspect robbed a Dollar General twice and also robbed a 7-Eleven during the first week of March. Police released surveillance footage of the third incident, where the man struggles with a store clerk at the cash register.

Elderly Metro Couple Sends Message To OG&E Scammers
Posted on Friday March 16, 2018

Elderly couple Joe and Nancy Stine have operated the Timberlake Rose Rock Museum since 1986. They said a caller claiming to represent Oklahoma Gas and Electric, stated the Stine s were about to have their power turned off because they hadn t paid their bill in two months.

Bixby Public Schools Names New Superintendent
Posted on Friday March 16, 2018

The school board voted unanimously Thursday night to hire Rob Miller. Miller currently serves as the assistant superintendent at Sand Springs Public Schools.

Oklahoma Gambling Bill Raises Addiction Concerns
Posted on Friday March 16, 2018

A bill that would make table games in Oklahoma casinos more modern is rolling forward but some are saying no dice . Senators said changing it up would sweeten the pot for education but some are worried it could stack the deck for gambling addiction.

Teachers Taking Part In Rally At State Capitol
Posted on Thursday March 15, 2018

The teachers are set to meet on the front steps of the capitol and will be wearing red to show what they say is unity for their purpose. Late Wednesday, the state Senate failed to pass funding for teacher raises.

Teacher Pay Raise Fails In Oklahoma Senate Vote
Posted on Thursday March 15, 2018

A plan to give Oklahoma schoolteachers a pay raise has fallen short in the Oklahoma Senate after a package of tax increases to pay for it couldn t get enough votes. Amid a looming teacher strike, the Senate late Wednesday voted on a series of bills, including one to give teachers a nearly 13 percent, across-the-board pay hike.

What to do in Oklahoma on March 15, 2018: Hear one of the world's...
Posted on Thursday March 15, 2018

Staatskapelle Weimar, one of the world s most illustrious and oldest orchestras, will perform "An Evening with Brahms" at 7:30 tonight at Armstrong Auditorium, 14400 S. Bryant Rd. "The Staatskapelle Weimar is a historically profound orchestra that has captivated its audiences around the world for centuries," said Ryan Malone, Armstrong Auditorium concert manager, in a news release. "We are honored to host such an acclaimed and long-standing establishment at Armstrong Auditorium."

Multiple Vehicle Crash Slows Westbound Traffic On BA Expressway
Posted on Thursday March 15, 2018

Police say no one was taken to the hospital after at least five vehicles crashed early Thursday on the Broken Arrow Expressway at Highway 169. The multi-vehicle crash turned the westbound lanes of the BA Expressway into a parking lot as emergency crews work to clear the wreckage from the highway.

Okla. mom who married her daughter gets two years in prison
Posted on Wednesday March 14, 2018

An Oklahoma mother who married her daughter was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to incest Tuesday. Patricia Spann, 46, admitted to committing incest with her biological daughter Misty Spann, 26, in exchange for the two-year prison sentence.