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March Fires in Oklahoma

Jack Moran

April 22, 2017

March in Oklahoma proved to be one of the worst months for wildfires that the state has seen. It began with the ignition of four large fires on March 6 that were labeled the “Northwest Oklahoma Complex.” The fires were responsible for destroying 779,292 acres of land along the northwest Oklah...

Fort Worth’s Noodles and Boba Tea

Jack Moran

April 1, 2017

Holly Pham has been opening the doors of Noodles at Boba Tea House at 10:30 a.m. nearly every day for the past 10 years to serve Fort Worth the food that has been a part of her family for generations. Pham, a former Immigrant of the Vietnam War, opened the Boba Tea House in February of 2007 with h...

Devastating Mid-Month Ice Storms

Jack Moran

March 4, 2017

On the weekend of Jan. 13, 2017, Oklahoma experienced one of the worst ice storms the state has seen in 15 years. The event caused Gov. Mary Fallin to declare a State of Emergency for all 77 counties. According to the Oklahoma Climatological Survey, the northwestern part of the state was hit the worst,...

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