Gov. Brad Henry has laid two wagers with the governors of
Huh? Well, it's the outcome of bowl games on which Henry is betting.
Pending the outcome of today's Oklahoma State-Indiana Insight Bowl game, to the victor's state will be a basket of state-made products that have yet to be determined. (Hmm. What does
And Henry laid the same wager with the
Inquiring minds want to know!
Hinder front man Austin Winkler was arrested in
According to police reports, Winkler told the patrolman he was driving without lights because the SUV wasn't his, and thus was unfamiliar with the controls. Winkler originally told the patrolman he had consumed two glasses of wine, but a police report shows he later told officers he had four glasses in four hours at an engagement party at a local restaurant.
Winkler was taken to the Craighead County Jail where another breath test showed a 0.15 percent blood-alcohol level, the AP reported. The singer then was taken to the
A fax came across the machine earlier this week providing tips for the OKG Webmonkeys to have a healthier Thanksgiving Day meal.
Before throwing the tips into the recycle bin
The athletic department said a younger pony pair will take over next season.
No word yet on the longevity of the mascots who wear the Boomer and Sooner pony ensembles, known in some circles as the Horsepigs.
In the days preceding Thanksgiving 2005, Kanye West performed at the
This year, West reportedly returns to
TMZ.com is reporting that West's' funeral will be held on Tuesday in
A change might be in the air for control of the state House of Representatives.
Several news reports claim that Speaker of the House Lance Cargill will be challenged at the next Republican caucus meeting scheduled for Tuesday.
Rep. John Wright, R-Broken Arrow, told KWTV and the Tulsa World he will challenge Cargill for the speaker's chair for the 2009-2010 legislative term.
Cargill is at the center of a state ethics investigation involving campaign contributions in 2004. - Gazette staff
When ESPN rolls into
Last week's canceled Hanson show at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa has been rescheduled for Nov. 11, according to the group's Web site. Last Wednesday's show was a no-go after oldest brother Isaac Hanson was rushed to surgery in Dallas for complications involving a medical condition known as pulmonary embolism. Tickets for the original show will be honored, and if you can't make the new date, refunds will be available. The OKG Webmonkeys wish Isaac a speedy recovery.
After radio reports circulated this morning that
"There is a seldom mentioned state law that says a vendor does not have to serve someone with an out-of-state license," Black said. "But there is not a new policy this year. Please spread the word."
Black said that someone with an out-of-state driver's license who has been previously served alcohol at the State Fair would likely be able to purchase it again. However, a vendor can elect not to sell alcohol to someone with an out-of-state driver's license if he or she is suspicious the identification might be disingenuous.
Tip from the OKG Webmonkeys: If you've bought Fair beer before, no worries. If you have not, devise a Plan B before you spend your money on coupons.
Have you heard who's headed for
It's Rhett Bomar!
And for this week, he's probably the President of the Oklahoman Fan Club because the media glare shines on The Oklahoman-Mike Gundy aftermath rather than the Cowboys' upcoming game against his Sam Houston State team.
The Webmonkeys have had this game circled on our calendar for months wondering how the disgraced former
What a bonus for Bomar to fly under the media's radar!