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Signature Look

by Paige Uhr Dr. Glenn Foster Jr. and Richard Foster of local homebuilding company, Foster Signature Homes, have built their business creating forever homes for families throughout the Oklahoma City metro area, and they take great pride in the high-end, high-quality homes they construct. From foundation to finishes, Foster’s craftsmanship and attention to detail are […]

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Just a Kid from Norman

by Chris Plank Trae Young is the talk of the college basketball world. But, at his core, he is just a boy from Norman who loves to hoop, a ball player who chose to stay close to home and showcase to the world what Normanites have known for years. NBA players, college hoops experts and […]

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No Small Matter

INSURICA Express Provides Innovative Insurance to Small Businesses in Norman by Kaylee Campbell INSURICA Express is on a mission to make life easier for small businesses in Norman. “I love asking, ‘why do you do it that way?’” said Seth Markum, executive vice president of INSURICA Express and president of Commercial “If you don’t […]

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Big Move – Gaberino’s Homestyle Italian

Italian Restaurant Finds New Route to Keep Pace with Growing Popularity by Heide Brandes After eight years, Gaberino’s Homestyle Italian and Wine Bar has found a new home in one of Norman’s most familiar locations. The restaurant, currently at 283 34th Ave SW, will move into the former Chili’s location on Ed Noble Parkway. While […]

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Anderson, Russell

Service Spotlight: Russell Anderson

Communications Chief, 911 Call Staff are the First of the First Responders by Marla Freeman Oklahomans depend on 911 in an emergency, but often take for granted the behind-the-scenes efforts it takes for the call to be answered and the message to be delivered. Fortunately, for residents of Norman, Russell Anderson works hard each day […]

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The Taste of Success

Norman’s First Food Truck Park Greeted with Open Arms by Tegan Burkhard Here’s what residents, food truck owners and developers have to say about TOLY Park, Norman’s first food truck hangout at 227 W Main Street. “On our opening night, we ran out of tables, and people were sitting on the ground out here,” said […]

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