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RNA virus studies addressed at Norman Science Café

Published 3y ago -

By Olivier Rey, Red Dirt report NORMAN, Okla. – The latest research into RNA virus treatments was the topic of discussion at this month’s Science Café meeting, held at Norman Public Library West on Dec. 1 and attended by approximately one dozen students f... More »

Indigenous sovereignty should be taken seriously

Published 4y ago -

by Olivier Rey, Red Dirt Re­port NORMAN, Okla. – Ashley Nicole McCray, a local activist for Native American rights in Oklahoma, talked to Red Dirt Report on the recent events regarding protests against oil pipelines in Oklahoma, and also the unsuccessful at... More »

Volunteers needed at Sam Noble Museum

Published 10y ago -

Those interested in volunteering at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History are invited to attend one of two volunteer orientation sessions: one from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 20; and the other from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23. The sessio... More »

New VOK blog: The Apache House

Published 11y ago -

The Apache House is our latest addition to the Voices of Oklahoma Blogs. Tate James has been running the site at his own place since April, in collaboration with Seth Clark and Jared Flaming. As Tate describes it: The Apache House was born out of the wonderful... More »

Tuesday Links

Published 11y ago -

Is downtown OKC ready for chaos of construction? Capitol Hill High School gets off needs improvement list Tough economy putting strain on Oklahoma police Mercury Marine union approves concessions; Stillwater losing jobs Norman sees biggest jump in tax revenue More »

Norman to hold public hearing on Porter revitalization

Published 11y ago -

PRESS RELEASE — The City of Norman has nearly completed the first phase of a long-range plan to revitalize Porter Avenue, a busy commercial corridor in Central Norman. On Thursday, September 10 at 6:30 P.M., the Norman Planning Commission will hold a pub... More »

‘Bridge Norman’ reaches out to homeless

Published 11y ago -

From The Norman Transcript: “It just broke my heart,” says Tony Gray, speaking of a trip to the river bridge south of Norman where he saw the make-shift shelters of homeless residents. He left with a nagging feeling to do something, a feeling that ... More »