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2019 Season Preview: Norman High

Tigers looking to build off playoff appearance with deeper run in 2019 Proud but not satisfied was said a lot around Norman High this offseason. After the Tigers made an incredible run in the final weeks of the regular season to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2012, NHS can certainly smile about […]

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2019 Season Preview: Norman North

T-Wolves searching for consistency in second season of Justin Jones era “Character. Chemistry. Culture.” Those are the three words Norman North dons upon its summer pride shirts. The T-Wolves are also looking for consistency as they turn the page on a 2-8 finish to the 2018 season and embark on year two of the Justin […]

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Team Taco

The man so many have come to know and refer to as Taco recently finished up his 27th year as an event volunteer at the Women’s College World Series. Taco’s given name is Tom Collins and he’s regularly worked plenty of Big 12 events as well for years: media days, football title games, baseball, softball […]

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Community Vision

First Liberty Bank Opens New Location in Norman First Liberty Bank opened its first location in Oklahoma City at the former Jackie Cooper BMW Dealership at 9601 N. May Avenue in The Village with a trailer, four employees and a vision.The bank was founded in 2006 by Joey Root, president & CEO, along with Norman […]

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Plato’s Closet Norman

Shoppers Find Style at Local Resale Shop Clothing can give confidence, comfort, add flare or help blend in. While some people put careful thought into what they wear, others take the easy road. But no matter what wardrobe decisions people make, there is a universal truth that everyone can relate to: we want to feel […]

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Jewel on Jenkins

Sooner Softball Success Driving Push for New Stadium College softball is in the midst of unparalleled growth. From attendance and TV ratings to revenue, the popularity gains are unlike any other sport, and in Oklahoma, the sport is flourishing.Ratings from the ESPN broadcasts of the 2019 Women’s College World Series were up 15 percent from […]

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