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U.S. Senior Open: Colin Montgomerie wins in dramatic fashion at Oak Tree National

With a 16-foot putt on the third playoff hole Sunday, Montgomerie bested Gene Sauers and won the U.S. Senior Open. It was a dramatic end to a sensational week at Oak Tree National, which was hosting its first major event since 2006.

Oklahoma has water, but will it be enough to meet needs?

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Study finds number of private wells are multiplying in central Oklahoma’s Garber-Wellington aquifer.

Oklahoma wheat enthusiast reaps the example sown by others

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Mark Hodges talks about how many individuals within and outside the wheat industry, including two specifically, have influenced how he strives to serve others.

Oklahoma City's Mayor Cornett is thrilled with students' suggestions for new city flag

News | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Mayor Mick Cornett says the response to The Oklahoman’s invitation to design a new Oklahoma City flag is a reminder that residents “are proud of their city and they’d like to see some way to display it.”
See the drawings here.

Edmond initiative petition against electronic signs has enough signatures

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Signatures on an initiative petition to ban electronic signs in Edmond are valid and city council members will consider an April 7 election to let the public decide.

'Life in Motion': Acclaimed ballet dancer Misty Copeland makes first trip to Oklahoma City

Life | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Misty Copeland, just the third black female soloist and first in two decades at New York’s esteemed American Ballet Theatre, taught a master class at Oklahoma City Ballet School’s Summer Intensive and drew about 150 fans to a book signing and Q&A Tuesday.







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U.S. Senior Open: Colin Montgomerie wins in dramatic fashion at Oak Tree National

Sports | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

With a 16-foot putt on the third playoff hole Sunday, Montgomerie bested Gene Sauers and won the U.S. Senior Open. It was a dramatic end to a sensational week...

Oklahoma trooper under investigation over inappropriate photo at cadet academy

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This is the third time trooper Daniel Martin has come under investigation by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol since 2009.

OKC Thunder: Anthony Morrow agrees to sign with Thunder

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

The Thunder may have found its shooting help. Free agent guard Anthony Morrow has agreed to sign with Oklahoma City. The Thunder has been rumored to be chasing the 6-foot-5,...

Oklahoma man dies after ATV crash near Lake El Reno

News | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014

Lane Frost Smith, 26, of Hinton, was thrown from an all-terrain vehicle near Lake El Reno. He died from his injuries at OU Medical Center, the El Reno police reported.


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