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Thunder knocked out of playoffs by Memphis
OKLAHOMA CITY — It was a night Oklahoma City needed his best. With its season on the line, Kevin Durant had to be superhuman.
- Sooner baseball stumbles against Cowboys
- Grizzlies take 2-1 lead beating Thunder 87-81
- Grizzlies drop Thunder 99-93, even series at 1-1
- Wilson sets 2A record in long jump
- Thunder knocked out of playoffs by Memphis
Veteran educators retiring
Horace Mann Elementary will soon be bidding a fond farewell to 3 longtime educators.
A retirement reception for 4th grade teacher Cindy Brown and 3rd grade teacher Cheryl Lucas will be held at the school on May 16 at 3:45 p.m. A second reception will be held on May 21, also at 3:45 p.m., for Principal Debbie Harrington.
- Wildlife photography a passion for Wilberforce
- Local students earn automotive honors
- ‘We’re off to see the Wizard’ starting Thursday
- Dancing and Dining with Daddy on April 12
- Veteran educators retiring
Woodward could support more retailers
An economic development consultant believes Woodward has the business environment and community dynamic to support more retailers. Ricky Hayes, with the consulting firm Retail Attractions, presented Woodward city commissioners with the highlights from his recent market analysis of the city during their meeting Monday, April 15.
Later during the city meeting, City Manager Alan Riffel made some comments about the anniversary of the 2012 Woodward Tornado. Click to watch a video of his comments.
- VIDEO: Tornado Prayer Vigil
- SLIDESHOW: Sandy delivers snow to East
- VIDEO: Sandy brings more snow to Appalachian Mountains
- SLIDESHOW: Hurricane Sandy brings wind, water
- Woodward could support more retailers