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Graduation season is underway, with students offering hopeful messages and a positive outlook for what lies ahead.

OU opens regional play against Prairie View A&M (20-27) at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Marita Hynes Field.

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After a bogey on No. 16, Ancer followed with a birdie and a par to finish with a 3-under 67 in Thursday’s first round.

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More players — 26 — finished under par on Thursday than during the first round of any previous Southern Hills-hosted major.

The featured group of featured groups produced three very different opening rounds on Day 1.

Traden Karch was the standard bearer, displaying the hole-by-hole score status for three golf superstars.


Mobile-phone location data from people who attended President Donald Trump's rally in Oklahoma show that most came from outside Tulsa, hailing from at least 44 counties spread across 12 states. COVID-19 is on the rise in 33 of them.

"It's particularly shameless for a politician to take credit for funding in a bill that he voted against," says Eucha resident Larry Knoles.

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"(Ryan) Walters has built his base around demanding the removal of critical race theory from our classrooms despite an absence of evidence of CRT being taught nationwide much less statewide," says Shawnee resident Ben Parker.

Trump said the rally would be in a “beautiful new venue, brand new,” which was just announced by the White House as being the 12-year-old BOK Center in downtown.

"When you hear a politician say 'This is Biden’s fault,' understand that no policy of the Biden administration has reduced oil production," says Claremore resident Mac Speer.

At 82-18, the Republican majority can essentially do whatever it wants, and Thursday morning it did. Minority lawmakers showed they did not appreciate debate being precluded on the morning's agenda.

"Republicans like to equate their 'conservative' values with Christianity and faith, but in reality they have aligned themselves with elitist thinking which only aspires to 'conserve' the upper hand of a small powerful group over the needs and will of…