Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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my opponent is my opponentvideo

‘My opponent is my opponent, not my enemy’

Americans are bracing for a fight — against ourselves. Regardless of how the upcoming #Election2020 political battles are fought, our democracy is in danger. American...
Top Daug returns

All ears: OU basketball gets it right as Top Daug returns

It's finally happening: The return of the best mascot ever and all of his hype antics along with him. When Top Daug returns for...
Kwame Mbalia

Kwame Mbalia gives folk heroes his own twist in bestseller

For this week’s Author Umbrella series, I interviewed Kwame Mbalia, author of Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky. His novel, published by...
Kevin Stitt, tribes, poker faces

Stitt, tribal leaders pack their poker faces for court

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt and leaders of local tribal nations have played their high-stakes game to a virtual stalemate now, neither side abandoning their...
Skywalkervideo

Skywalker saga: Saying goodbye to an old friend

Our car rolled into the parking lot at Tulsa’s Southroads Mall Cinema in the early afternoon of May 21, 1980. It was the opening...
Santa high in the sky of Oklahoma

Cookie mishap: Santa high in the sky of Oklahoma

Maybe Santa needs to relax a little, you know? He's got a busy schedule, and he's under a ton of pressure to get everything...
unholy headlights

Sundaze: Blinded by the unholy headlights

'Tis the season to be... blinded by headlights, fa la la la aaahhh, help me! OK, that's not a catchy song, and it's really not...
First Americans Museumvideo

First Americans Museum: Delayed project has new name, destiny

The long-troubled American Indian Cultural Center has a new name, and a target date for opening after more than a decade of controversy and...
MAPS 4 the value of a car

The value of a car that gets you to and from...

Did you know that the vote for MAPS 4 is this Tuesday? I feel like it has crept up on all of us, or...
Flu

‘Delay’ in flu vaccine a problem for seniors

WASHINGTON — Two years after more than 60,000 people died from the flu, the federal government said it is no closer to solving distribution...

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