Thursday, June 20, 2019

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OU beer sales

Time for Boomer and Sooner to shotgun some beers

The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents voted Friday to approve the advertising and sale of alcohol at sporting events. Beer, wine and liquor...
parental rights

Letter: Parental rights advocate addresses vaccine cartoon

(Editor’s note: NonDoc runs Letters to the Editors between 300 words and 500 words in response to previously published content. NonDoc reserves the right...
transformation school experiment

OKCPS will try ‘transformation school’ experiment again

Given the excellence of Classen SAS, Southeast H.S., and Belle Isle Enterprise School, expanding access to these magnet schools makes sense for OKCPS in its...
Edmond police

Editorial: Outfit all Edmond police with body cameras

The inauguration of a new Edmond mayor and two new councilmen should receive extra attention this evening in the aftermath of 17-year-old Isaiah Lewis'...
measles

Measles breaks out as comeback story of the year

Making a strong case for "comeback story of the year" is none other than measles. Who could have guessed? Turns out, probably a lot...

HS senior: Policies should reflect the lives students live

BROKEN ARROW — Violence, whether it be physical or emotional, is unfortunately something our societies have perpetrated for generations, and discrimination thrives in our communities, whether...
American

An American eavesdrops in a British pub

The conversation between two British couples at Eight Bells pub in the tiny village of Chipping Campden, England, had been going on for a...
Year from Hellvideo

John Marshall’s ‘Year from Hell’ two decades later

Twenty years ago, John Marshall High School was improving until we were clobbered by the “Year from Hell,” as our long-suffering principal called it....
Thunder

Rumble seeks Thunder solutions at bottom of a bottle

So another season has come and gone for the Thunder, and the taste fans are left with in their mouths is... bitter. The team...
Medicare

Medicare’s untended consequences

College football became popular in the 1920s and 1930s when teams like Notre Dame, Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Yale and military...

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