The Cleveland County Aging Services Program, sponsored by the Areawide Aging Agency, announced meals for this week.
Air Force Reserve Airman Richard H. Nguyen graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Nguyen earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is the son of Lam and Tram Nguyen of Oklahoma City.
Slate: Why they still dance like Gene Kelly
Gene Kelly, one of the biggest stars and greatest innovators from Hollywood's golden age of musicals, would have been 100 years old this week.
U.S. prepares to lease huge tracts off East Coast for windmill farms
The federal government is poised to auction to wind farm developers 2,434 square miles of the continental shelf in the Atlantic Ocean, which would allow wind farms to sprout 10 miles off the shores of six states, from Massachusetts to Virginia.
Olympic doctors fear travel diseases more than sporting injuries
Airplane illnesses and the rigors of long-haul travel are bigger concerns for Team USA's medical team than any sporting injuries Michael Phelps and Tyson Gay may suffer on the way to London for the 2012 summer games.
Home values finally going up, Zillow says
The last several months have brought mostly encouraging news from the housing front, suggesting that the long-awaiting recovery was just around the corner. Zillow, the real estate site, says it's finally arrived.
Couple celebrate 50 years
Ken and Neta Davis, Moore, were married on July 6, 1962, in Oklahoma City. They welcomed a daughter, Robin Davis Varner on their first wedding anniversary and a son, Kenneth Lee (Bud) Davis, two years later, also in July.
Over the back fence
Jordan and Laura Rousseau, Oklahoma City, announce the birth of a daughter, Reagan Paige Rousseau. She was born at 6:59 p.m. on Jun
Summer homecoming for grads
The Moore High School Alumni Association is proud to announce its tri-ennial Homecoming event, 7 p.m. Thursday, July 14 at the Reed Center in Midwest City.
Turtle sex -- preserved for the ages
If anything could be more embarrassing than dying while having sex, it might be being preserved in flagrante delicto for millions of years so that members of an advanced species could dig you up, gawk at you, and write a journal paper about your final romantic encounter. For a group of ancient turtles, this nightmare just came true.
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