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Identified: OHP names final 2 victims from Bison crash
Nikisha Lynn Farris, 34, was identified as the driver of a 2013 Hyundai Accent. William Othel Maddox, 57, was identified as her passenger.Continued ...
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- Identified: OHP names final 2 victims from Bison crash
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Sooners will be equipped for the cold
Most of OU’s offensive linemen were bare-armed when the Sooners played at Kansas State in frigid conditions.Continued ...
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- Sooners will be equipped for the cold
Blazers snap Thunder’s streak, 111-104
LaMarcus Aldridge had a season-high 38 points and added 13 rebounds and the Portland Trail Blazers snapped Oklahoma City’s eight-game winning streak with a 111-104 victory over the Thunder on Wednesday night.Continued ...
- Plainsmen place 10 on all-district
- COLUMN: New 6A comes with some fine whine
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- Sideline Snaps: See Photos from Friday's local games
- Blazers snap Thunder’s streak, 111-104
OU needs a memorial dedicated to ‘Mex’ the mascot
OU should mark the burial site of "Mex," the unofficial bulldog mascot for Sooner athletic teams.Continued ...
- Use low-beam headlights, slow down while driving in foggy weather conditions
- Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 12-5-2013
- OU needs a memorial dedicated to ‘Mex’ the mascot
Washington woman unknowingly live-tweets husband's death
A Washington state woman known for monitoring police scanners unknowingly live-tweeted about a fatal car wreck Wednesday, initially unaware that the victim was her husband.
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