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Litany of medical ailments spare Oklahoma man from murder trial


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Gazette staff
There are many ways murder defendants can avoid the death penalty. Delays in trials usually prolong life. A ruling from an appeals court overturning the conviction is probably the most common. A las...
 
Thursday, October 18, 2007

Some Oklahoma Centennial parade entrants had dubious state ties


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Gazette staff
Well, hope everybody enjoyed the great Oklahoma Centennial Parade in downtown Oklahoma City. Nothing like celebrating 100 years of statehood with giant helium balloons and more Miss Americas than Do...
 
Thursday, October 25, 2007

Oklahoma highest-ranking admiral passes away


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Gazette staff
Oklahoma has many military heroes and distinguished officers, but none reached as high and was as admired as Adm. William J. Crowe Jr. A graduate of Classen High School in the Forties, Crowe died at...
 
Thursday, October 25, 2007

Custer County faces sex-slave lawsuit


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Gazette staff
The Custer County sheriff has been accused of running a sex-slave ring, allegedly threatening female inmates with prison if they did not submit to his demands, according to a lawsuit filed last week...
 
Thursday, October 25, 2007

City of Duncan plans to fine low-waistline pant wearers


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Gazette staff
Your mama didn't like you wearing saggy diapers that leak, and she doesn't like you wearing baggy pants, either. But now doing so could get you more than an earful and her utter disapproval. If the ci...
 
Thursday, October 25, 2007

University of Oklahoma suspend gun-toting spirit members


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Gazette staff
It's hard to believe that some members of one of the great traditions of University of Oklahoma football will be a no-show for a while. According to reports, the university banned current members of...
 
Thursday, November 1, 2007

Street-naming ceremony turns OKC mayor red


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Gazette staff
Well, it's official: The stretch of pavement running along the north side of Bricktown Ballpark is now adorned with a street sign proclaiming it Flaming Lips Alley "¦ and Mayor Mick Cornett turned so r...
 
Thursday, November 1, 2007

Oklahoma town creates work-day excuse business


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Gazette staff
Excuses, excuses. Come get your excuses.   It's not every day that entrepreneurs come along with something that really, really works " and this deal apparently works better than the Popeil Po...
 
Thursday, November 1, 2007

The FBI frets over Terry Nichols' prison privacy


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Gazette staff
The FBI wants to stop a videotape interview with convicted Oklahoma City federal building bombing conspirator Terry Nichols to maintain privacy and security.   Let's repeat.   The FBI is...
 
Thursday, November 8, 2007

Oklahoma teens evaluate meat quality


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Gazette staff
Some teens go to the movies for fun. Others, the mall. Four from Porter? Meat lockers.   Dennis Lang, Jenna Parnell, Melissa Gaither and Katelyn Acree spent hours evaluating meat quality around...
 
Thursday, November 8, 2007
 
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