Editor’s note: This is the third installment in a series as we look at all 12 Oklahoma football games for the 2019-20 season. Ranked from 1st (best) to 12th (worst), factors include difficulty, venue, entertainment value and anticipated margin. Last week: No. 11 Kansas. This week: No. 10 Kansas State.
Joan was in frail health, but she was there, accompanied by her caretaker. She wasn't going to miss this, especially not at the ballpark that she and Paul gave to Enid in memory of their son.
Sinclaire Johnson saw a flash of yellow right in front of her as she blocked out the heat from the sun beating down on the red track, focused on one moment.
Brad Dalke was just 12 years old when he became the subject of a tongue-in-cheek online blog that his family actually found funny.
Thunder general manager Sam Presti and his wife, Shannon, announced a $600,000 donation Thursday to The Children’s Hospital at OU Medicine.
Bobby Witt Jr. told a group of reporters that he’d hardly been sleeping lately, after winning a high school state championship and being selected by the Kansas City Royals in two weeks’ time.
Editor’s note: This is the first look at all 13 Oklahoma football games for the 2019-20 season. Ranked from 1st (highest) to 12th (lowest), factors include difficulty, venue, entertainment value and anticipated margin.
Paul George had already undergone one surgical procedure on one of his shoulders this offseason. Tuesday, it was the other shoulder’s turn.
The words coming out of Coquese Washington’s mouth should make fans, current and lapsed, of Oklahoma’s women’s basketball program very happy.
There is still time to purchase tickets for the Vietnam Vets Legacy Vets Motorcycle Club’s annual R2 Memorial Dirt Drags before the event. Tickets purchased in advance are $50 then at the gate the day of the event where it will jump to $75. Kids under 12 get in free.
The NBA draft is less than 10 days away and, unlike last season, the Thunder actually have a first-round selection with the 21st pick.
Stillwater Police Officers responded in large numbers to what at first appeared to be a life-threatening situation Sunday morning at Prime Place Apartments. Police now say that there was no crime scene, and no caller found after they searched the apartment complex following claims of hostages being held and pipe bombs in the area.
Maybe the most impressive thing about the Thunder's Deonte Burton, who saw his two-way contract torn up in March for an actual NBA contract, is his arc.
Two Oklahoma Christian Schools athletes were crowned after the 2019 Oklahoma Golf Association Championship matches wrapped up Friday morning.
Jim Ryun doesn’t understand why this happened, how two years after not making his junior high track and field team he became an Olympian.
The miles Tyler Berge has run have always been for something. When she runs the 4K for Cancer this summer, she’ll instead be running for someone — her younger sister, Tatum.
Oklahoma was approaching one month without much recruiting news, despite the presence of signs. On several different occasions Lincoln Riley had tweeted his signature eyeball emoji, which indicates a verbal commitment.
“All I could think about is, ‘Do it for the boys, do it for the sophomores that are leaving. This is the last game for them and put it all out on the line for them.” — Brandon Hudson, freshman pitcher
The first two games of the season, games the Thunder were forced to play without Russell Westbrook, Hamidou Diallo received less than 10 minutes of court time.
OKLAHOMA CITY — You have to feel for Lynnsie Elam, and if there’s softball justice in the world, the Chickasha sophomore will win a national championship before she leaves Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Shay Knighten will remember the walk-off home run she hit against Alabama during her Women’s College World Series debut for a long time.
Once, the question was whether Billy Donovan might return to Oklahoma City as head coach for a fifth season. Now, the question is who might return with him.
This Week's Circulars
Private services are pending.
Iva Vivian Reeder, 95, of Duncan, Okla., passed away Friday, June 13, 2019, in Edmond, Okla. Funeral services will be 2 p.m., Thursday, June 20, 2019, at Baggerley Funeral Home Chapel, 930 S. Broadway, Edmond.
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