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Oak Tree gang dominates talk about U.S. Senior Open
For Verplank, the winner of the U.S. Amateur at Oak Tree National in 1984 before turning professional two years later, the sight of fans, tents and grandstands was different from his usual time on his home course.
Framing History: Highlights from the Oklahoma State Capitol Senate Collection
The Oklahoma State University Art Museum Postal Plaza Gallery is exhibiting selections on loan from the state capitol building.
Discussing quake insurance
Oklahoma insurance department educating homeowners.
Is Okla. spending too much on school administration?
The population of LeFlore County in southeastern Oklahoma is less than a 10th of Oklahoma County’s population.
From Enid to L.A.: Luckinbill twin brothers use backgrounds in film, finance to produce high-quality films
One of Thad and Trent Luckinbill's most recent productions is “The Good Lie,” starring Reese Witherspoon.
- SLIDESHOW: Enid area Fourth of July celebrations (Staff Photos by Bonnie Vculek)
Study finds that quakes tied to drilling
Journal Science study finds that 4 Oklahoma wastewater wells probably the cause for dramatic increase in state earthquakes
Dillingham, Markes and Horseshoe Road to perform in African country of Liberia
Horseshoe Road, headlined by Enid native Kyle Dillingham and Waukomis native Peter Markes, will participate in the 16-day American Voices’ American Music Abroad tour in the African country of Liberia.
Cattle at record signals higher beef costs for July 4th grillers
Cattle futures extended a rally to a record as Americans are gearing up to pay the most ever for beef served at barbecues over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
State rests in Childs’ trial
Club owner charged with shooting at Enid police in July 2013.
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