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Balancing Work and School: Local Café Owner Does It All

Blake Hardman

April 22, 2017

Owning and operating a local business is hard enough on its own. Add being a full-time graduate student to this equation, and you have the rigorous life of Chris Le, owner and general manager of the Coriander Café. Tightly fit into the corner of Buchanan Avenue and White Street, the Coriander Ca...

Norman Medieval Fair Group Seeks to Educate and Preserve History

Blake Hardman

April 3, 2017

For the Arthurian Order of Avalon, the Norman Medieval Fair isn’t just about sword fighting and playing medieval dress up. It’s an opportunity to educate about the past to help understand the future. The Medieval Fair of Norman is a renaissance fair that has been held annually since 1977. This year,...

Norman Forward Seeks New Multi-Sport Facility

Blake Hardman

March 4, 2017

  In October of 2015, Norman citizens passed the Norman Forward sales tax proposal. The goal of this proposal was to generate revenue to fund the construction of a wide variety of community facilities in Norman, including youth sports facilities. This proposal initiated a one-half sales tax la...

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