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  • State Fair

    Sarah Phipps | Updated: Wed, Sep 17, 2014

    Last Sunday, I took a Lomo Sprocket Rocket to the Oklahoma State Fair. The Sprocket Rocket is a toy camera that exposes a whole strip of 35mm film. -Sarah Phipps

  • An evening with giant catfish

    Nate Billings | Published: Tue, Jun 24, 2014

    I photographed the weigh-in at the Okie Noodling Tournament in Pauls Valley on Saturday.  It was my first trip to the event. I don’t think noodling is the kind of thing that I’m interested in trying, however, the competitors looked like they were having a great time and have an incredible...

  • SUPing on the Oklahoma River

    Nate Billings | Published: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

        One of the things I enjoy about my job is getting to check out things I might like to try on my own. On Saturday, I photographed a stand up paddleboard class on the Oklahoma River. It looked like a lot of fun. It convinced me that I’ll have to try SUP on […]

  • Away from the storm

    K.T. King | Published: Thu, May 1, 2014

    As the sun rose on Sunday, April 27, the haze lifted from downtown Oklahoma City to reveal the powerful storm clouds overhead. Runners in the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon crowded the streets for as far as the eye could see, while the clouds began to break apart. Torrential rain poured from...

  • Remembering April 19

    K.T. King | Updated: Wed, Apr 23, 2014

    By KT King I was just four when the bomb detonated and took the lives of 168 of our own. I was learning to read, learning to tie my shoes and probably still watching “Thomas the Tank Engine” reruns, but I still have memories of that day, the first thing I can really remember. The memory of...

  • Oklahoma's Youngest 'Ryder'

    K.T. King | Updated: Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    Dawning his bicycle helmet and ninja turtle print jacket on Sunday morning, Ryder Gibson was ready for anything. Looking around the starting line of the 2014 Redbud classic, Ryder Gibson is easily the youngest racer seen near the start of the pack. At four years old, Ryder is racing his third...

  • Traveling with the Sooners

    Sarah Phipps | Updated: Mon, Mar 24, 2014

    Last Tuesday, I boarded the University of Oklahoma basketball team’s charter to Spokane, Wash., at the Oklahoma City airport. The university offered the paper seats on the plane. Normally we do not fly with the team but since the seats were much cheaper than commercial flights, we took them up...

  • Honoring Seth

    Bryan Terry | Updated: Fri, Jan 31, 2014

    The normal low rumble inside a high school gym before a basketball game was absent as I opened the door to the Cement High School gym Thursday evening. I stood in silence inside the small entry with fans waiting to enter. After a few minutes, the familiar sounds returned, and the crowd around me...

  • Sugar Bowl

    Sarah Phipps | Updated: Fri, Jan 31, 2014

    This week, I traveled to New Orleans to photograph Oklahoma playing Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. A large part of the bowl experience for fans comes from the host cities. For me New Orleans was a great host city and offered quite an experience. I spent time walking around the French Quarter...

  • Before the Game

    Bryan Terry | Published: Thu, Jan 23, 2014

    While looking over my photos from the last month or so at various games, I noticed that I forgot to turn in some pictures. Almost every game I cover begins with a similar schedule. An American flag is brought in or displayed, the national anthem is played, and then the teams or...

  • It's a Small World

    Doug Hoke | Updated: Fri, Dec 13, 2013

    Never have I had the reaction that I had last week when I introduced myself to a subject. “…And I’m Doug Hoke,” I said as I met for the first time New York sculptor Lisa Hoke. And rarely have I felt so connected to a subject at our introduction. “Really!?!” And I continued, “…and my...