Monthly Archives: May 2011

OKC Thunder fans may dig in with Dirk and Dallas

The question is being quietly tossed around by fans of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Is it better to pull for the team that knocked you out of the playoffs, or to take up with the opposing conference and root against … Continue reading

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Fires claim another 12 homes near Amarillo Texas.

While lakes and rivers in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas are running at or near flood stages from the recent heavy rains, western Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle are still dealing with the effects of a long-term drought. Firefighters are … Continue reading

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May ends dramatic and deadly tornado season.

Storms don’t read the calendar, but history notes that traditionally, the end of May also marks the end of the active tornado season through the Midsouth. Listen to that collective sigh of relief. One of the deadliest outbreaks on record … Continue reading

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MidSouth teams make the grade for NCAA Baseball.

MidSouth schools are among those getting the call for the NCAA baseball tournament. Losses in the Big12 tournament may have cost Oklahoma schools their chance to host a regional at Oklahoma City. The OU Sooners and Oral Roberts University Golden … Continue reading

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