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I want my MTV with KD!

Oklahoma City’s favorite millionaire fronts ‘Nothing but Net.’

Whether or not our Oklahoma City Thunder power through to victory in the NBA Finals, one thing’s for sure: Kevin Durant is soon to be seen on MTV.

Well, MTV2, that is. Durant is scheduled to appear on the channel’s sports documentary, Nothing but Net, at noon July 17. Here, have a preview clip of KD playing ref at Douglass High School:



It’s Friday, so I’m in a good mood, so here, have another, with KD getting all RedPinny:


How ’bout a third? Sorry. All out. —Rod Lott

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School shakeup

An OKC school principal resigns amid allegations that he rigged student grades and attendance.


News

Jerry Bohnen
Embattled Douglass Mid-High School Principal Brian Staples resigned last week in the wake of a an Oklahoma City Public Schools investigation into allegations of grade-tampering and other misconduct.
 
Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Douglass needs help


Letters to the Editor

James R. Johnson
I pause to write and acknowledge the mountain of disturbing news that is emanating from my beloved school, dear ole Douglass. In recent weeks, we have witnessed federal and local investigations of grade-tampering and attendance manipulations. We have heard an outcry from former students, teachers and administrators. We have seen the suspension and resignation of a principal who had been at the helm of Frederick A. Douglass Mid-High School for the past four years
 
Wednesday, November 28, 2012

School daze

In the midst of scandal, an embattled OKC high school learns that 81 percent of its senior class is not on track to graduate next spring.


News

Jerry Bohnen
In the wake of scandal that has engulfed Frederick A. Douglass Mid-High School, state officials found that 81 percent of its senior class does not meet the necessary criteria to graduate next spring. According to an audit conducted by the state Department of Education, 87 of 107 senior students need additional credits and/or state tests to graduate on time.
 
Friday, November 30, 2012
 
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