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Ted Streuli
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About 7,000 Hugo-area residents didn’t have safe drinking water for months because a private corporation failed to properly disinfect the city’s supply and misreported data to city and state offici...
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Although our new look includes a plethora of changes, the crossword puzzle hasn't moved a single column inch; The Journal Record just looks a little more modern.
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Journal Record Managing Editor; Sailor, Reader; Baseball Fan; Husband; Dad
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    1975 - 1979
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Ginnie Graham: Remembering Colby and the words we use to speak of him
www.tulsaworld.com

The Colby Foundation seeking to re-frame how we all talk about mental illness - from joking about the "crazy" homeless guy to comments left

The Last (or at Least Looniest) Newspaper in America
www.newsweek.com

Deep in the twisted heart of Northern California, the "Anderson Valley Advertiser" makes a thrilling case for old-fashioned print journalism

Citing World story on casino contract, Creek tribal council votes 12-0 t...
www.tulsaworld.com

The action comes two days after a Tulsa World investigation reported that Tiger signed a secret contract in 2009 with the developer of a Bro

Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen by O Henry
www.online-literature.com

There is one day that is ours. There is one day when all we. Americans who are not self-made go back to the old home to eat saleratus biscui

St. Louis County Police tactical team : Gallery
www.stltoday.com

Ride along with the St. Louis County Police tactical team as they respond to protests that turned violent on Monday night and into Tuesday m

State fails to autopsy most inmates
www.tulsaworld.com

Only 10 out of 50 inmates executed by the state since 2000 have received a full autopsy by the state of Oklahoma. That year lawmakers approv

Ode to Silver: What Olympic Hockey's Women Don't Want
www.newyorker.com

In women’s hockey, a silver medal means you lost. More specifically, that the United States lost to Canada, or vice versa.

Capital One says it can show up at cardholders' homes, workplaces
www.latimes.com

Capital One's recent contract update includes terms that sound menacing and creepy.

Periscope: Christmas tree traditions
journalrecord.com

My father drove a gray Rambler American station wagon, circa 1963. Each December, about the middle of the month, we’d climb in and drive to

2013 Person of the Year: Pope Francis
poy.time.com

He took the name of a humble saint and then called for a church of healing. The first non-European pope in 1,200 years is poised to transfor

Periscope: Songs of Christmas loud, clear and dear
journalrecord.com

Thanks to the Grinch I know why we hold Christmas music so dear; it’s what pulls us back down the mountain.

GE picks site for Global Research Center
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GE's new research building will be a five-story, 95,000-square-foot structure at NE 10th Street and N. Walnut Avenue in Oklahoma City. It sh

Former state Sen. Debbe Leftwich found guilty in bench trial
journalrecord.com

The state senator at the center of a bribery and corruption scandal was found guilty in a bench trial in Oklahoma County District Court on T

Editorial: Capitol chapel is intolerant
journalrecord.com

House Speaker T.W. Shannon says a proposed chapel at the Capitol would merely be a historical tribute to the state's Judeo-Christian founder

Peter King: I Did My Best to Fight the Cruz Crazies
www.thedailybeast.com

Peter King tells Michael Daly he could no longer stand by and watch his Republican party damage the country.

J.K. Rowling Is Back, and We’re in Hogwarts Heaven
www.thedailybeast.com

‘Harry Potter’ author J.K. Rowling has signed on for a series of new films.

Russian warships: Why are they sailing toward Syria?
www.csmonitor.com

Russian warships – at least three of them – are on their way to the eastern Mediterranean waters off Syria. A Russian official says they are

Photography that's a labor of love
www.cbsnews.com

Joseph Blum's gritty, vertiginous and majestic images capture the skills that erected the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge