Building Bridges in Oklahoma

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

It’s in Oklahoma City - - but make no mistake — this is now an international event. The theme this year is Building Bridges, and it is an apt one for a diverse state like Oklahoma. I also expect to see the Governor of Oklahoma, Mary Fallon, and former Olympian Bart Connor.

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Smith, Shine lead Oklahoma State to big win over Charlotte

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AP) — Kendall Smith scored 19 points - 17 in the first half - and Tavarius Shine had 17 points to lead Oklahoma State to an 83-65 victory over Charlotte Monday night, despite missing its best player STILLWATER, Okla. (AP)

Oklahoma — Fostering Creativity for Innovation

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

I participated earlier this week in the Oklahoma Creativity Forum. It was an impressively well staged event, as professional a creativity/innovation conference as I’ve seen anywhere in the world, and I’ve been to conferences all over the globe. Beyond event management, I have to say the event had a great feeling, a gusher of creative [.].

“Lamb fries” for dinner in Oklahoma….

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The Flaming Lips and Economic Development

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

As many of you know I’ve participated in the annual State of Creativity Forum in Oklahoma for several years. It’s in just a few weeks, so register, and make plans now to arrive in Oklahoma City for the March 31st one day event.

Oklahoma veteran recalls surviving a ship sinking

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TULSA, Okla. (AP) AP) — Although happy to have escaped it, Glenn Huffman couldn't watch what was happening to his ship without feeling his heart sink

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Riley bringing Air Raid back to Oklahoma

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AP) — Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops wants new offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley to take his offense back in time NORMAN, Okla. (AP)

Oklahoma hires ECU's Riley as offensive coordinator

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AP) — Oklahoma has hired East Carolina offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley for the same role with the Sooners NORMAN, Okla. (AP)

Duke Energy to build 2,000 megawatt wind power project in Oklahoma

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A Charlotte, North Carolina-based company is announcing plans to build a wind power project in northern Oklahoma BLACKWELL, Okla. —

Oklahoma receivers like new Air Raid offense

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AP) — It didn''t take long for Oklahoma''s receivers to buy into Lincoln Riley''s Air Raid offense NORMAN, Okla. (AP)

Duke Energy to build wind power project in Oklahoma

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AP) — A Charlotte, North Carolina-based company is announcing plans to build a wind power project in northern Oklahoma BLACKWELL, Okla. (AP)

Panthers trade up to get OT Williams from Oklahoma

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AP) — The Panthers have traded up to select Oklahoma offensive tackle Daryl Williams in the fourth round of the NFL draft CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP)

Assistants at Clemson, 'Bama, Oklahoma up for Broyles Award

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3 Oklahoma are among finalists for the Broyles Award, given annually to a top assistant coaLITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) AP) — Offensive and defensive coordinators from top-ranked Clemson, No. 2 Alabama and No.

Villanova easily beats Oklahoma 95-51 in Final Four, headed to Monday final of NCAA Tournament

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HOUSTON (AP) — Villanova easily beats Oklahoma 95-51 in Final Four, headed to Monday final of NCAA Tournament

Soldier killed in ISIS operation identified as Oklahoma man

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The first American soldier to die in combat against the Islamic State group in Iraq has been identified as a 20-year Army veteran and Oklahoma native who had been deployed 11 times toMULDROW, Okla. —

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BRACKET ALERT: N Carolina beats Notre Dame to join Syracuse, Oklahoma, Villanova in Final Four

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — BRACKET ALERT: N Carolina beats Notre Dame to join Syracuse, Oklahoma, Villanova in Final Four

Letter from Panthers' owner woos Oklahoma boy to NFL team

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1 in the heart of an Oklahoma boy CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) AP) — The Carolina Panthers are out of the running for the Super Bowl, but they''re No.

No. 11 Carolina women top No. 21 Oklahoma St 79-77

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21 Oklahoma CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) AP) — Stephanie Mavunga scored 18 points, including the game-winner with 34 seconds left, and hauled in 11 rebounds to lead No. 11 North Carolina to a 79-77 win over No.

Top 7 Unrestricted Cash Awards in Business Plan Competitions

NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation Blog

Reynolds is the governor of Oklahoma. With the Governor’s Cup competition, we are proving that Oklahoma has the resources and commitment to grow more entrepreneurs who will lead future startups that will create jobs and wealth for the state.” Business plan competitions are booming.

Hield's Final Four with Oklahoma payoff for developing years

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NORMAN, Okla. (AP) AP) — Buddy Hield's results have usually caught up with his imagination

POLL ALERT: Duke out of AP men's poll for first time in 8 years; Oklahoma stays at No. 1

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NEW YORK (AP) — POLL ALERT: Duke out of AP men's poll for first time in 8 years; Oklahoma stays at No.

Full autopsy: Oklahoma State player had an enlarged heart

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Missouri, Oklahoma schools oppose NAIA's plan to move meets out of NC over HB2

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Funeral services held for Oklahoma State basketball player

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Funeral services held for Oklahoma State basketball player

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Oklahoma State forward Tyrek Coger dies after collapsing

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State of Creativity Forum is an Innovation Accelerant

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

I’ve been involved* these past two years with a creativity conference in Oklahoma, now called the State of Creativity Forum. Even the governor, Mary Fallin, was there to support the notion that creativity and innovation is how Oklahoma moves forward.

North Carolina double murder suspect arrested in Oklahoma

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Suspect in Bertie County double-homicide arrested in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma's Lattin follows grandpa's footsteps to Final Four

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NORMAN, Okla. (AP) AP) — David Lattin's name went down in the history books in 1966 as part of the first all-black starting five to win an NCAA basketball national title. His Texas Western squad defeated

Supreme Court Says No To Oklahoma-Nebraska Suits Against Colorado Pot Legalization

Inc Startups

After a year of debate, the country's top justices decide not to hear a case claiming Colorado's pot legalization has negatively impacted law and order in neighboring states

Howard's 23 points lead Hornets past Thunder

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Dwight Howard scored 23 points to help the Charlotte Hornets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 116-103 on Monday night

Howard's 23 points lead Hornets past Thunder

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Dwight Howard scored 23 points to help the Charlotte Hornets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 116-103 on Monday night

Hobby Lobby Gets $3 Million Fine Over Smuggled Antiques From Iraq

Inc Startups

Federal prosecutors allege that the Oklahoma City-based business purposely mislabeled the items.

In Oklahoma City, Entrepreneurs Aim to Create the Next Cool Startup Scene

Inc Startups

In America's heartland, the race is on to show that not all cutting-edge products have to come from Silicon Valley

Kevin Durant Could Teach Businesses a Thing or Two

crowdSPRING Blog

Kevin Durant, former star of the Oklahoma City Thunder, announced that he would be leaving the city where he made his name to play for the Golden State Warriors, and people had some feelings about it.

Thunder look to advance; Hornets, Blazers try to even series

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — With the ebb and flow to the NBA playoffs, momentum can quickly shift

NCAA still searching for answers to fix transfer troubles

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HOUSTON (AP) — Oklahoma forward Ryan Spangler had a no-drama transfer

Capel ready for "daunting" task of rebuilding Pitt hoops

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PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jeff Capel's firing at Oklahoma seven years ago left him shaken. He found solace, security and peace as an assistant at Duke, soaking up everything coach, mentor and friend Mike Krzyzewski offered, no matter how mundane