In brief: Moose art joins others

Oklahoman Modified: April 6, 2009 at 4:41 am •  Published: April 6, 2009
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Another moose sculpture has joined the collection of Hank and Lee Sabine in Medicine Park. Robert the Supermoose stands 8-feet tall from antler end to his braced hooves, is made of steel and joins other works throughout the cobblestone community.

ASSOCIATED PRESS

WEATHERFORD

FREE READINGS BEGIN TODAY
The Department

of Language and Literature at Southwestern Oklahoma State University will present a bilingual reading of poetry and fiction at 1 p.m. today in Room 107 of the Campbell Building. The reading is free and open to the public. For more information, call (580) 774-7052.

FROM STAFF REPORTS

WOODWARD

SOCIAL HOST LAW STUDIED
Woodward city commissioners are expected to consider adopting a social host ordinance

today. A new

ordinance would make it a crime to permit or allow gatherings within city limits where minors consume alcoholic beverages and provide a

punishment for the offense. Several cities, including

Oklahoma City, have recently enacted such ordinances.

MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE


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