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The economic foundation of the city of Norman is based on the presence of the University of Oklahoma, the largest university in the state. OU employs nearly 11,000 people across three campuses and the Norman area is the center for national study of severe weather. It is the home of the National Weather Center. Today, Normanis home to many weather-related businesses. In 2008, CNN/Money Magazine ranked Norman as the sixth best small city in the United States, the highest ranking of any city in Oklahoma.

Population: 106957
Local Newspapers: The Norman Transcript
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma Sooners
Local Colleges: University of Oklahoma

Zip Codes associated with norman, oklahoma: 73026 73069 73071 73072
Towns/Cities near norman, oklahoma : Noble Slaughterville Purcell Goldsby Newcastle Blanchard Moore

Norman News
Rococo bolsters its burger arsenal by 2824 percent

Chefs Jason Hield, left, and Bruce Rinehart show off their iterations of the new 2824 Burger at Rococo Fine Wine and Restaurant in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Dave Cathey, The Oklahoman] Bruce Rinehart, the tireless chef and owner of Rococo Restaurant and Fine Wine , has partnered with his executive chef Jason Hield to introduce the first building blocks of a special menu coming to the original location at 2824 N Pennsylvania Ave. Hield will soon be rolling out a signature menu at the original location Rinehart calls his "little island," but to get the ball rolling they decided to collaborate on a fancy new entree option, the 2824 Burger, and release it early.

Study: Norman development would generate $25 million in annual taxes

The proposed University North Park development in north Norman would generate $25 million in new annual taxes if fully developed, economists said Tuesday. According to studies by University of Oklahoma economist Robert Dauffenbach and the Oklahoma Department of Commerce's Jon Chiappe, the proposed 500-acre, mixed-use development also likely would create at least 2,000 jobs.

Petroleum Release Assessment and Impacts of Weather Extremes

Weaver, Jim. Petroleum Release Assessment and Impacts of Weather Extremes. Oklahoma Governor's Water Conference and Research Symposium, Norman, OK, October 11 - 12, 2016.

Oklahoma City Zoo launches new concert series Wild Noise: Concerts for Conservation

The Oklahoma City Zoo is hosting a new concert series, Wild Noise: Concerts for Conservation, presented by Bob Moore Subaru, every Friday evening in May at the OKC Zoo's newly remodeled picnic grounds. All attendees must be at least 21 years old.

Federal Corporation celebrates 100 years in Oklahoma City

Owners Alan and Deborah Loeffler with board members Mike Haigh, Darrin Ray and Grant Flurry. Federal Corporation, 120 E Main, has been in business for 100 years in Bricktown.

Teen charged with making threats against Lake Norman HS

Deputies in Iredell County arrested a student at Lake Norman High School after detectives said he made multiple threats against the school via text messages. According to the Iredell County Sheriff's Office, deputies received a tip of a student receiving a threatening text message at school on April 10. During the investigation, detectives learned a second student received a threatening message.

Oklahoma transgender student elected in Libertarian Party Source: AP

University of Oklahoma student Traci Baker is only 20 years old, but she was recently elected as state secretary of the Libertarian Party. Baker's youth is remarkable on its own, but she's also the first transgender official of any party in state history, as well as the first transgender executive of a state party in the U.S. "I was inspired by the Ron Paul campaign in 2012, and that's what got me into Libertarianism," she said.

Norman district names Teacher of the Year

Teresa Lansford, a teacher librarian at Lincoln Elementary School, was recognized Thursday night during a Celebration of Excellence event that drew more than 600 people. Lansford, 38, is a 1998 graduate of Norman North High School.

Oklahoma ScissorTales: Yukon school plan raises questions

YUKON school officials recently announced they will close school for November's general election. Said Superintendent Jason Simeroth, "Educators have spoken at the Capitol and now we will make it much easier for our advocates to express their concerns for those that do not support education, and to support those that do support education by voting."

Evaluation of Biochar to Enhance Green Infrastructure for Removal of Heavy Metals in Stormwater

Wallace, R., C. Su, AND W. Sun. Evaluation of Biochar to Enhance Green Infrastructure for Removal of Heavy Metals in Stormwater.

Woman Critical After Crash In Norman

According the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the crash occurred around 10:40 a.m. Friday, April 20, when vehicle driven by 39-year-old Shannon Mitchell, of Edmond, was traveling southbound on Interstate 35 at Lindsey Avenue when it departed the roadway for unknown reasons. The vehicle then struck a bridge wall and re-entered the roadway, rolling a few times.

Plugging In: Oklahoma energy briefs for April 20, 2018

Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. said Thursday it is rescheduling its electric vehicle ride and drive event from Saturday to July 21. Officials said they still plan to hold the event at the precision driving training course on the campus of Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City.

State briefs for April 19

Oklahoma Republican candidates for governor will appear at a public forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. The forum will begin with a 6 p.m. reception, followed by the program from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the auditorium at the museum, 415 Couch Drive.

Morning Bell: Why this schools stayed open during walkout

Tuttle school superintendent Bobby Waitman and second grade teacher Misti Paxton talk at the elementary school on Thursday, April 12, 2018 in Tuttle, Okla. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman As thousands of Oklahoma teachers held a two-week walkout earlier this month, many were helped by schools that preemptively closed.

OKC's Kale Dumas shares slick pop single 'On Paper'

At 20, the Oklahoma City-born musician has a long road ahead of him but give his first proper, studio-recorded single a listen. From the bubbly intro that channels the infection first few seconds of "MMMBop" to Dumas' John Mayer-esque delivery, "On Paper" is a solid pop introduction to the Oklahoma music landscape.

Norman preps for Earth Day with student art contest

Hundreds of drawings and paintings by Norman students covered the walls at STASH on Main Street during April's Second Friday Art Walk. The art show displayed all submissions to the 2018 Water's Worth It Poster Contest put on by the city of Norman Environmental Control Advisory Board ahead of its Earth Day celebration.

Man shares incredible 12-week body transformation

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