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Woody Guthrie’s sister, Mary Jo Guthrie Edgmon, 91, and son, Arlo Guthrie, tell stories Friday about Woody during the Woody Guthrie Festival in Okemah. Photos by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman SARAH PHIPPS

Woody Guthrie's life prompts tales to be recorded

Published: Sat, Jul 12, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Okemah residents, Guthrie family members and musicians gathered inside the Okfuskee County History Center to casually swap stories about the late, great, songwriting legend.

OGE Energy Corp. headquarters development team looks at large housing, hotel in Oklahoma City

Business | Updated: 8 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

The Chicago firm hired to help develop a new headquarters for OGE Energy Corp. is seeking to possibly acquire the south half of the downtown Oklahoma City block for a larger mixed-use project.

Sports Illustrated's 'Dirty Game' articles spark false-light lawsuit

News | Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Sports Illustrated magazine has been sued — accused of maliciously publishing false information regarding the relationship between Oklahoma State University football athletes and a representative of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Longtime Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board member dies

News | Updated: 8 hr ago

Currie Ballard, who was about to finish his second full term on the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board, died this week in his home. Sign the guestbook

Two killed in Enid, Oklahoma, crash early Friday

News | Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014

A car collided with a tractor-trailer early Friday.

How does the LeBron James to Cleveland news impact the Thunder?

Sports | Updated: 12 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

In a thoughtful and moving open letter through Sports Illustrated, LeBron James announced his return to Cleveland and sent the sports world into a frenzy. Instantly, the Cavaliers become the...







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Oklahoma political consultant described as 'out of control'

News | Published: Sat, Jul 12, 2014

An Oklahoma City man accused of selling cocaine to political consultant Chad Alexander called him “out of control.”

Oklahoma City's water sources hold steady after late spring rains

News | Published: Sat, Jul 12, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Five of the six reservoirs from which Oklahoma City draws its water remained several feet below normal Thursday afternoon. But a rainy spring has left the city’s water supply...

Colorado Is Consuming Way More Pot Than Anyone Ever Believed

News: Health | Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

About 9% of Colorado’s population consumes marijuana, according to a market demand study conducted by the state department of revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division and the state’s Marijuana Policy...

'Harry Potter' Actor Dead After Hiking In Death Valley

Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

"Harry Potter" actor Dave Legeno died while hiking in Death Valley National Park in California, TMZ and Yahoo have reported. Legeno's body was found "in a remote wash" by a...


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