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Former Oklahoma Democratic governor takes on state Republicans


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Gazette staff
Although former Gov. David Walters said his daughters are fond of saying "Don't you know who he thinks he used to be?" the audience's standing ovation at the March 31 Oklahoma County Democratic Party ...
 
Thursday, April 12, 2007

What can be bought with Oklahoma football coach's salary


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Gazette staff
What can you do with 3.5 million Washingtons?   Bucky took a Web whirl: Pay for Canada's involvement in Afghanistan "¦ through 2009. Buy the property of Tulsa's iconic (but demolition-slat...
 
Thursday, April 19, 2007

Speaking of OKC juries


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Gazette staff
Having trudged through jury duty twice in the past three years, Chicken-Fried News feels for the impaneled men and women deciding the guilt or innocence of Antwyon Deangelo Turner in the murder of L...
 
Thursday, April 19, 2007

Oklahoma governor, Democrats work on their relationship


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Gazette staff
Like in a broken marriage, where the partners need their best friend to run messages back and forth, Gov. Brad Henry and the Senate Democrats appear ready to fight over who gets the car and who gets...
 
Thursday, April 19, 2007

Jury acquits OKC attorney on sex charges


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Gazette staff
Ya know, it's an interesting life that longtime Oklahoma City attorney Mike Gassaway leads. He shakes his fist at the powers that be; he's done time in the joint (albeit for just a couple of months,...
 
Thursday, April 19, 2007

Umbrella causes University of Oklahoma lockdown


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Gazette staff
Given last week's tragic shootings at Virginia Tech, Chicken-Fried News understands that college campuses nationwide have every reason to be on edge and hyperalert. But that shouldn't af...
 
Thursday, April 26, 2007

Oklahoma student plays hooky thanks to father's surprise visit


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Gazette staff
Hopefully Zac Roberts will not get an unexcused absence for skipping out of class one day last week.   The second-grader at PleasantValeElementary School in Enid received ...
 
Thursday, April 26, 2007

Oklahoma principal not supportive of breast-cancer statement


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Gazette staff
When is addressing breast cancer a bit too risqué? Apparently for administrators at Oklahoma Union High School " according to a mom-daughter duo " in school.   Sam...
 
Thursday, April 26, 2007

Oklahoma legislators try to declare watermelon as vegetable


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Gazette staff
Welcome to Oklahoma, where our chickens aren't animals, our beer is nonintoxicating, our watermelons are vegetables, and our doo-doo don't stink.   The efforts of RushSprin...
 
Thursday, April 26, 2007

Ponca City man relieved to read he's not dead


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Gazette staff
  Poor Rich Maril. He probably woke up one morning and was reading the newspaper, only to find out that he was dead.   A little blurb in The Ponca City News notified readers r...
 
Thursday, May 3, 2007
 
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