On Thursday, Food and Shelter will host its annual community Thanksgiving at Norman High School, providing a home-cooked holiday meal in a community atmosphere so no one is alone.
Before residents gobble until they wobble Thanksgiving Day, they can participate in the city’s annual Turkey Day 5K run this year, which is being hosted in person after a virtual event in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Chants of “No justice, no peace” were audible all the way across the building Thursday at Norman North as students circled the high school, rallying for a man whose life would be spared just 30 minutes later.
A ribbon cutting celebration Tuesday marked the beginning of what an Ada-based bank’s leaders hope is just the start of a longstanding relationship with Normanites.
The Norman Christmas Holiday Parade, sponsored by Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, will return to Main Street for its annual event, starting at 6 p.m. Dec. 4.
What Oklahoma’s Kelbie Washington did as time ran out inside Coyote Sports Center will not be reflected in any boxscore or end-of-season statistical breakdown.