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Oklahoma State's Tyreek Hill dismissed after arrest

Oklahoma State has dismissed junior football player Tyreek Hill in the wake of a domestic-violence arrest.

Stillwater, Okla., police arrested Hill late Thursday night with probable cause for domestic abuse by strangulation, a felony. 176 more words


Red cedar is reducing grazing area in Oklahoma

In Southwest Farm Press

By Ron Smith

Foot by foot, acre by acre, a green scourge is threatening Oklahoma’s rangeland.

Sam Fuhlendorf, Oklahoma State University natural resource ecology and management regents professor and Groendyke Chair for wildlife conservation, calls it “the green glacier,” the persistent encroachment of eastern red cedar across “some of the best grassland in the world.” 54 more words


Great State: Young Enid Family Still Happy No Matter Who Won Bedlam

ENID, OKLAHOMA — It all happened so fast for Caitlin and Tyler Evans.

First it was just them.

Then, suddenly, the family doubled in size over night. 313 more words


2015 Smelser Vallion Visiting Artist


A unique opportunity for students and lifelong learners to express their creativity and explore diverse topics while imbibing the unique cultural and historical milieu and the spectacular landscape of the Taos area, a region that has long been a mecca for the arts. 299 more words


Sanders runs to the Heisman

On December 3, 1988, Oklahoma State University running back, Barry Sanders won the Heisman Trophy after accumulating 2,628 rushing yards and scored 37 touchdowns in his third collegiate season. 301 more words


Granny Can Fix It: Stillwater Woman Devotes Life To Sewing Business

Paige Worley Social Media Editor | Posted: Sunday, November 30, 2014 9:50 p.m.
View the article published on the O’Colly website here.

Rayora Moore has been the woman behind the formal gowns and fancy suits in Stillwater for decades. 1,508 more words

Oklahoma State incident highlights risks of anonymous sharing apps

The increasing popularity of anonymous social sharing apps like Unseen and Yik Yak has students freely expressing themselves in ways they likely never have before. 576 more words