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By Julie Bisbee, The Oklahoman Jul. 31--VALLIANT -- A state representative and a retired engineer are vying for a state Senate seat to represent voters in the southeastern corner of Oklahoma. Democrat Jerry Ellis, 61 of Valliant and Republican Patrick K.
By Don Mecoy, The Oklahoman Jul. 30--Boone Pickens' hedge fund bet that energy prices were going to fall early this year. They didn't. "We tried to be very clever in the first quarter of the year, and we were wrong," he said during a May 20 interview with CNBC.
By Chris Jones, The Oklahoman Jul. 30--Gluten is in the news frequently, and Mary Ann O'Dell, a registered dietitian and director for Akins Natural Foods in Tulsa, said there are a number of reasons why the national spotlight is on the common sticky substance.
By Steve Lackmeyer, The Oklahoman Jul. 30--Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport is losing direct connections to five of 22 cities and will see an overall 13 percent cut in flights and seats per day as the airline industry continues to struggle with rising fuel costs.
By Tami Althoff, The Oklahoman Jul. 30--NORMAN -- For the past month, 44 young performers have been working to perfect their singing, acting and dancing skills in the Sooner Theatre's Young Producers program.
By Heather Warlick, The Oklahoman Jul. 29--Oklahoma has a new Miss Black Oklahoma, Ashton Joseph, and she is beating the odds in more ways than one.
By Jack Money, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Jul. 29--LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Chesapeake Energy Corp. is paying the state of Arkansas more than $29.5 million to gain access to two of its wildlife management areas to look for natural gas.
By Chris Jones, The Oklahoman Jul. 29--For many moms, a prenatal photo album is as important today as a baby shower. Sometimes, high-tech photos are part of the baby shower entertainment. What do pregnant women need to know before booking an ultrasound? Dr. Phillip H.
By Tami Althoff, The Oklahoman Jul. 29--NORMAN -- For the past month, 44 young performers have been working to perfect their singing, acting and dancing skills in the Sooner Theatre's Young Producers program.
By The Oklahoman Jul. 28--If you have trees that are shedding leaves, they're trying to tell you something. They're thirsty.
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