Oklahoma native and author LeAnne Howe will be at the University of Central Oklahoma’s College of Liberal Arts on Tuesday. The reading will feature Howe’s 2013 nonfiction memoir, “Choctalking on Other Realities.”
By Bill Kramer, For The Oklahoman | Updated: 10 hr ago
On April 1, voters in Canadian Valley Technology Center’s School District will consider a school bond that would help pay construction costs of rebuilding the El Reno Campus that was destroyed by a May 31 tornado.
By LeighAnne Manwarren, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Mar 11, 2014
Oklahoma City police arrested three people Nov. 30 on complaints of applying graffiti to private property. Graffiti investigators are now investigating connections to the three and graffiti in Chicago, Detroit, San Francisco, Tulsa, Dallas and Stillwater, police said.
Edmond Public Schools will hold a teacher job fair March 25 and 26. Last year, Edmond Public Schools hired more than 240 teachers to complete its staff of 1,460 teachers. District officials expect to have a similar number of positions open this year.
By Randy Ellis, Capitol Bureau | Updated: 3 hr ago
Cursed by the continuing emergence of unpredictable cracks, Oklahoma transportation officials Monday abandoned an ambitious goal of completing emergency repairs and reopening the Lexington-Purcell bridge to passenger car traffic within 45 days.
By Randy Ellis, Capitol Bureau | Published: Mon, Mar 10, 2014
The Oklahoma Transportation Commission awarded more than two dozen highway and bridge contracts Monday, including a contract to begin construction on a new Interstate 40 interchange in Weatherford and a State Highway 9 widening project in Norman.