Thursday, September 24, 2020
first-year teachers

Meeting the needs of students as a first-year teacher

The first year of teaching can be stressful for any educator, but a school year starting in the midst of a pandemic has presented...
Unite Norman

Norman City Council rejects Sean Boyd as nominee, irritates Unite Norman

Citizens rallied Tuesday in the lobby of the Norman Municipal Court in support of replacement City Council member nominee Sean Boyd. But events quickly...

CIVICS

Jim Inhofe, Abby Broyles

U.S. Senate: Jim Inhofe, Abby Broyles share contrasting visions for Oklahoma

At 85 years old, incumbent Sen. Jim Inhofe is seeking what could be his last waltz in politics, a fresh six-year term in the...
Jail Trust

Raucous jail trust meeting leads to ICE removal vote

Monday's Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority meeting included a resolution to advance discussion on spending CARES Act funds for the county jail, an attempt...
absentee voting

Absentee voting enters the danger zone

I’m a glass-half-full kind of guy, so I have looked at every angle trying to convince myself that absentee voting won’t turn into a...

CULTURE

Cox Convention Center

Budget blockbusters from the Cox Convention Center?

Who knew you could turn a convention center into a movie studio? Apparently a new local production studio called Prairie Surf Media did and...
college football

College football fun dampened by COVID-19 risks

I fully admit: I'm probably one of those people. This college football season, the University of Oklahoma, as well as most other universities around...
Gower Memorial Cemetery

‘Don’t let weeds grow on my grave’: Poems on Gower Memorial Cemetery

The Gower Memorial Cemetery, in Edmond, is a living testimony to a family’s compassion that crossed racial barriers. The cemetery of more than 500 plots...

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