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- Photo slideshow: A treasure lost Renowned artist Charles Banks Wilson died Thursday, May 2, 2013, at age 94 and was laid to rest Tuesday in Miami, Okla. Wilson’s paintings permanently line the state Capitol dome and have been shown at the Smithsonian Institution, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and Library of Congress.
Charles Banks Wilson remembered as storyteller
“He was a treasure, a great man, and his art will preserve Native American culture forever." — Quapaw tribal Chairman John Berrey
Transcript of long-missing woman's 911 call
Caller: I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years, and I'm, I'm here, I'm free now.
- Photo slideshow: Boston bombing suspect in the crowd Photographers snapping pictures on race day catch images of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings that helped law enforcement officials identify and find them. Here are some of those images.
City of Enid polling places
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FAA may close Woodring tower
Looming March 1 federal budget cuts have FAA looking at closing Enid airport tower.
- Photo slideshow: Hayes HealthierUS Students at Hayes Elementary School were full of pride to be “one of a kind” Thursday when they celebrated being the only Oklahoma school to garner the Silver Award in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s HealthierUS School Challenge.
100 injured by meteorite falls in Russia
Interior Ministry spokesman Vadim Kolesnikov said 102 people had called for medical assistance following the incident, mostly for treatment of injuries from glass broken by the explosions. See videos embedded.
- 100 injured in Russian meteor blast
- Photo slideshow: Preserving memories Wess and Jolene Gray have begun a project at their photography business they think will preserve the memory of some of those people in businesses that won’t be around much longer, or trades that are dying out or going through massive changes. Wess said the photos are a way of preserving some occupations that don’t exist anymore. A photo is a memento that will trigger a memory, and Wess said people need something to take them away from the cares of the day. Here are a few of his photographs that hang on the wall of their photography studio.
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