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Council OKs $48.8M contract for wastewater plant upgrades The Norman City Council awarded a $48.8 million project for wastewater treatment plant upgrades Tuesday. The council accepted a $50.3 million low-interest loan from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund....
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Water Walk opens discussion about difficulties in obtaining safe H2O With large white plastic buckets upon their heads, two gallons of water sloshed to the brim and over the side, but the students trudged on down the South Oval. The farthest feat was to the Seed Sower, and as the sun glared down, heat ...
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Transportation officials find more cracks in Lexington-Purcell bridge, but repairs on track State transportation officials announced Tuesday that additional repairs are needed in at least 96 places on the Lexington-Purcell bridge before it can be opened....
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Stacy Ford named 2014 Norman schools Teacher of the Year during banquet Stacy Ford, Kennedy Elementary librarian, was named 2014 Norman Public Schools Teacher of the Year at the districts annual Celebration of Excellence banquet Tuesday evening at the National Center for Employee Development....
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Blood drive planned Thursday Moore Norman Technology Center, 4701 12th Ave. NW in Norman, will host an Oklahoma Blood Institute public blood drive from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday inside room A109 in the main building of MNTCs Franklin Road campus. The OBI is in ...
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Local student to attend arts camp Kate Kemmet, 15, of Norman, has been accepted and will attend Interlochen Arts Camp. Kemmet, the daughter of Rob and Lori Kemmet, will study musical theater at the Camp....
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Coalition seeks more jobs A coalition of groups that encourage employment of residents who have disabilities hopes to double the number of placed workers by next fall....
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Contemporary Dance Oklahoma to perform at OU The University of Oklahoma University Theatre and School of Dance will present Contemporary Dance Oklahoma, a mixed program of new choreography, works from the CDO repertory and guest choreographer Jessica Langs A Solo in Nine Parts. ...
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Ex-judge cleared to run in McAlester OKLAHOMA CITY A McAlester judicial candidate is cleared to run for office despite stepping down as a special judge in 2011 amid misconduct allegations, the State Election Board unanimously ruled Monday....
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City home first to include gray water system Neighbors are likely to be green with envy when Allen and Sallie Ahlert have a beautiful lawn and garden without paying extra for city water in the future. That’s because the Ahlerts are including a gray water system in the new home they ...
The Norman Transcript | Apr 22, 2014 05:54 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend

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