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  • Local donut shop surviving due to university contract

    Local donut shop surviving due to university contract0

    • November 30, 2017

    Donut King has been the official provider of University of Oklahoma donuts for over 20 years, and now that contract has become more important than ever. A couple of years after Dipti Patel bought Donut King in 1994, they signed a contract with the university to provide all its donuts. Recently, this contract has been

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  • Lindsey Street business is strengthening despite construction project

    Lindsey Street business is strengthening despite construction project0

    • November 30, 2017

    One Lindsey Street business in Norman stands out from the nearly two dozen stores and restaurants that have closed since the $28.4 million construction project began 16 months ago. Located just off of the corner of Lindsey Street and McGee Drive, Koda CrossFit Norman has continually been in the heart of the construction. Despite inconveniences,

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  • Small grocery store now seats 1,600

    Small grocery store now seats 1,6000

    • November 30, 2017

    Joe T. Garcia’s has been growing thanks to family in the foreground of the business after 82 years of operation. Joe T. and Jessie Garcia moved from Michoacán, Mexico to the United States and opened a mom-and-pop grocery store in 1919. They ran it out of their home in Fort Worth. The couple served lunch

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  • The world tastes good ’cause Campus Corner thinks it should

    The world tastes good ’cause Campus Corner thinks it should0

    • November 29, 2017

    From ice cream to apples and everything in-between, the Norman community now has the choice of five different dessert shops on Campus Corner due to the recent addition of Insomnia Cookies and Frosty’s Rolled Ice Cream. The five dessert shops, Apple Tree Chocolate, Baked Bear, Frosty’s Rolled Ice Cream, Hurts Donut Company and Insomnia Cookies,

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  • OU College of Architecture students embrace new technology to build safe, long-lasting structures

    OU College of Architecture students embrace new technology to build safe, long-lasting structures0

    • November 29, 2017

    Due to the nation’s recent hurricanes and the state’s increased seismic activity, the University of Oklahoma College of Architecture is reemphasizing the importance of using technology to construct buildings designed to withstand disasters. Lisa Holliday, associate professor of construction science, said it can be difficult to design structures that can withstand every type of disaster.

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  • Norman restaurant offers twist on traditional dining with tequila

    Norman restaurant offers twist on traditional dining with tequila0

    • November 9, 2017

    A local Norman restaurant has been elevating the dining experience for the Mexican food lovers of Oklahoma by incorporating a tequila element to their dinners. Puebla Tacos y Tequileria offers an informative tequila dinner experience the first Thursday of each month. The dinner includes a tequila 101 course, a three-course meal and tequila samples hand-picked

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