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A crowd lines up in front of an inflatable wolf as the Edmond Santa Fe team prepares to take the field against Jenks before a high school football game at Wantland Stadium in Edmond, Okla., Friday, October 17, 2014. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

President of Edmond cheer booster club accused of embezzling thousands

News | Updated: 13 hr ago

EDMOND — The president of Edmond Santa Fe High School’s cheerleading booster club — who is also the mother of the school’s starting quarterback — has been accused by police of embezzling thousands of dollars from the club to pay for athletic training for her son, a hotel room and other personal items.

OU band director steps down

News | Updated: 21 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

NORMAN — The director of the University of Oklahoma’s marching band, Justin Stolarik, is stepping down as director, effective immediately. Tramel: OU sufficiently embarrassed to do something

Oklahoma State University lawsuit claims Pistol Pete trademark infringement

News | Published: Wed, Oct 22, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

A lawsuit filed in Oklahoma City federal court seeks to stop New Mexico State University from using its classic image of Pistol Pete and turn over all products, printed materials and signs bearing that image.

Movie review: 'St. Vincent'

A&E | Published: Fri, Oct 24, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

This is a drama with the mission to draw you in with warm, fuzzy feelings and then smack you firmly in the nose with a strong dose of reality.
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Edmond hotel and conference center construction set to begin at first of the year

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Edmond planning commissioners Tuesday approved the site plan for a new hotel and conference center in Edmond. The public-private project will be constructed on the northeast corner of Sooner Road and Covell Road.

Oklahoma candidates spar over Fallin-approved raises

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Pay hikes for most agency directors are set by boards and commissions, but when Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin personally has given substantial raises to state agency directors.

Hazmat suits popular in Oklahoma this Halloween for Ebola-themed costumes

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“It was one of those last-minute things that nobody could have predicted,” said Mike Dillon, co-owner of Halloween Superstore and Party Galaxy.



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