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Bakery owner Larry Merritt dies

Larry Merritt, whose Merritt's Bakery has been a Tulsa culinary landmark for more than 40 years, died Sunday. He was 70. Merritt's death was announced in a post late Monday evening on the Merritt's Bakery Facebook page. "With heavy hearts, the Merritt family announces the sad news that Larry Merritt...
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Danny Boy O'Connor overcomes rough past to salvage his life and Outsiders House

Who's the most famous person you ever punched? Danny O'Connor didn't hesitate when answering. He immediately said "Vince Neil." O’Connor isn’t proud of slugging Motley Crue's vocalist. He likes those Crue guys and used to hang with drummer Tommy Lee. But Neil took the first swing, according to O’Connor, who felt felt obligated to return serve.
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Take your pick of trips on Oklahoma music trail

Texas-raised music artist Clay Walker, during an August interview with the Tulsa World, began talking about the remarkable number of music artists (including buddy Toby Keith) who have come from Oklahoma. If you love travel and you love music, travelok.com mapped out possible road trips for you. Seek out the...
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OSU's Rodriguez named Big 12 Co-Defensive Player of the Week

STILLWATER – Oklahoma State linebacker Malcolm Rodriguez earned conference honors for a second time this season with his Week 4 performance against No. 25 Kansas State. Rodriguez was named Big 12 Co-Defensive Player of the Week Monday, sharing the distinction with Baylor linebacker Garmon Randolph. The Cowboys’ supersenior earned the same honor earlier this season after the Week 2 win over Tulsa.
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Cowboys crack AP Top 25 for first time in 2021 at No. 19; up to No. 18 in coaches poll

STILLWATER — After knocking off No. 25 Kansas State 31-20 at Boone Pickens Stadium Saturday night, Oklahoma State has cracked the AP Top 25 for the first time this season. The previously unranked Cowboys (4-0) came in at No. 19 in the latest poll released Sunday, setting up a ranked meeting with No. 21 Baylor in Week 5 after the Bears topped Iowa State 31-29 Saturday. Baylor (4-0) visits OSU at 6 p.m. on Oct. 2 in a Big 12 contest that will be broadcast on ESPN2.
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Defense Spurs Sand Springs Football to 30-13 Homecoming Win Over Ponca City

While other four-year-olds dream of being pilots, NFL players, or the President, Cooper White dreams of being on the Sandite flag crew. Cooper can often be seen running around the playground with his own flag, imagining he’s one of the Sand Springs baseball players who storm onto the field hoisting the four “CPHS” flags after touchdowns on Friday nights.
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Director's Memo 2021-9-27

The deadline to apply for TechCENT$, a training program for current or potential technology center financial services employees, is Oct. 1. The program provides attendees opportunities to learn about technology center financial processes and systems and helps them develop networks for sharing best practices with colleagues across the state. This year’s program will be a hybrid format, with two in-person meetings and two virtual meetings.
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Muscogee Nation voters pass press protections

Mvskoke Media staff. Front row Left to right: Jerrad Moore (Mvskoke), Angel Ellis (Mvskoke), Joshua Slane (Cherokee), Liz Gray (Mvskoke) Daniel Roberts (Mvskoke), Mark Hill (Yuchi). Back row Left to Right: Pauline Randall (Mvskoke), Lani Hansen (Cherokee), Breanna Dawson (Cherokee), Morgan Taylor (Mvskoke), Gary Fife (Mvskoke), Jennifer Watters (Mvskoke). Not pictured: Chelsie Rich (Mvskoke), Betty Delso (Mvskoke), Debra Sayres (Mvskoke) and Lindsey Arneecher (Cherokee). (Photo courtesy Angel Ellis)
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Second Costco store in works for Tulsa, city says

Costco's big-box store footprint is expected to get bigger in Tulsa. The Issaquah, Washington-based company is planning to build a retail/distribution center at the northeast corner of 46th Street North and U.S. 169 (4816 N. 118th Ave. East), city spokeswoman Michelle Brooks said in an email. Still in the preliminary stages, the store is targeted to open in the fall of 2022, she said.
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Tulsa World Magazine fall edition comes out Sunday

The fall edition of the Tulsa World Magazine comes out Sunday and features our annual list of 50 things that you should do, see, eat and experience this year. We also have a compelling interview with Danny Boy O’Connor, director of the Outsiders House Museum. O’Connor opens up about his fast-paced music star life in House of Pain and hard times he faced before coming to Tulsa.
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Tulsa designer to compete on 'Project Runway'

Tulsan Meagan Ferguson will be one of 16 up-and-coming fashion designers competing on the upcoming season of the series “Project Runway,” which will premiere 8 p.m. Oct. 14 on the Bravo network. Ferguson, who launched her own company, The Atelier Co., in 2019, offering clothing that combines high-quality materials with...
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OSU baseball to visit Vanderbilt for early season series in 2022

STILLWATER — After hosting the two-time national champions during the 2021 season, Oklahoma State baseball is headed to take on Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2022. The Cowboys are scheduled to visit the Commodores for Vanderbilt's season-opening series from Feb. 18-20, according to Vanderbilt's schedule release Thursday afternoon. OSU has yet to unveil its slate for the upcoming season.
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Where can I get a COVID-19 test in and around Oklahoma City?

COVID-19 tests have been in high demand in Oklahoma as cases have climbed in recent weeks. Health officials have urged people to get tested if they have symptoms of COVID-19 or who know they've been exposed to someone with the virus. Here's what you need to know:. When to get...
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Oscar Stilley: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Oscar Stilley is a disbarred Arkansas lawyer who is suing Dr. Alan Braid after the Texas doctor admitted to violating the state’s abortion ban. Stilley is a federal “tax protester” who was convicted of tax fraud and is currently serving the remainder of his 15-year prison sentence on home confinement. Stilley announced his lawsuit on his website, Busting the Feds, on Monday, September 20, 2021.
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OSU gets 6 p.m. national TV kickoff in Week 5 vs. Baylor

STILLWATER — Oklahoma State will again play under the lights of Boone Pickens Stadium in Week 5, and this time it’ll be on national television. The Big 12 announced Monday that the Cowboys’ home game against Baylor will kick off at 6 p.m. on Oct. 2 and will be televised on ESPN2. OSU hosts No. 25 Kansas State at 6 p.m. this Saturday on ESPN+.
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