Wednesday , August 23, 2017

Golden Eagles do just enough, squeeze past No. 11 Oklahoma 3-2

Golden Eagles do just enough, squeeze past No. 11 Oklahoma 3-2

There wasn't much offense, but the Golden Eagles had a little bit more than the Sooners as ORU defeated No. 11 Oklahoma 3-2 on Tuesday evening. After a successful weekend against ...

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Amazon taxes in Oklahoma

Amazon taxes in Oklahoma

Dozens of Amazon-labeled packages, filled with discounted textbooks and dorm essentials stack up daily in the ORU Post O ce. Amazon is an incredibly popular go-to for col- lege st ...

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Oklahoma rattled awake in 5.6 earthquake

Oklahoma rattled awake in 5.6 earthquake

The state of Oklahoma was struck by a magnitude 5.6 earthquake Saturday morning. Students on the campus felt the earthquake shake their beds at 7 a.m. One student, a freshman biol ...

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Volleyball drops to Sooners 3-0

Volleyball drops to Sooners 3-0

The Golden Eagle volleyball team started the season at the Oklahoma Invitational against the Sooners on Friday night. Oklahoma swept the match winning all three sets by five or mo ...

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Tornadoes wreak havoc on Oklahoma homeowners, business owners

Tornadoes wreak havoc on Oklahoma homeowners, business owners

Multiple tornadoes struck northeastern Oklahoma on Wednesday, March 30, injuring seven people, leaving homes and businesses destroyed and more than 5,000 residents without power. ...

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Golden Eagles blank the Sooners, defeat Oklahoma 5-0

Golden Eagles blank the Sooners, defeat Oklahoma 5-0

Great pitching carried the Golden Eagles  as they defeated Oklahoma 5-0 on Tuesday night. The story of the game Tuesday game was the performance by sophomore starter Cale Tims. Ti ...

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Wastewater dumping linked to OK earthquakes

Wastewater dumping linked to OK earthquakes

Recent studies linked wastewater disposal to the increase in earthquakes. Approximately 2,195 earthquakes shook Oklahoma last year, while oil production in the state has more than ...

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A mammoth find

A mammoth find

Hollywood movies like “Indiana Jones,” portray a heightened reality of archeology and excavation. With excavation sites in places as exotic as the findings, people begin to believ ...

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Oklahoma bans, punishes texting and driving

Oklahoma bans, punishes texting and driving

This week, Oklahoma became the 46th state to ban texting while driving. The law, known as the Trooper Nicholas Dees and Trooper Keith Burch Act of 2015, applies to all drivers and ...

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UPDATED: Four dead, 47 injured after Oklahoma State homecoming parade

UPDATED: Four dead, 47 injured after Oklahoma State homecoming parade

At 10:31 this morning, three people were killed after a car collided into barricades and ran into a crowd of people at the end of the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade i ...

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