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The Daily Ardmoreite
Updated at 9:43 AM

There are certain crazy, seemingly impossible things that happen to us every day ó stuff that, even if we tried really hard to make them up, we couldnít. And throw some kids into the mix and youíve just elevated the list of outrageous things that can happen to a whole new level.Take last night. My 16-year-old daughter asked if we could go for ice cream. A totally appropriate request for a steamy Thursday night in July, right? What could possibly go wrong? Yeah, well Ö

Updated at 9:30 AM

Although I am fairly handy around the house, there are two DIY areas that I stay away from as strictly I would, say, Ebola: Electricity and paint. One will kill me and the other will offend my eye, since afterward Iíll only ever see the blemishes,...

Updated at 9:20 AM

With more people comes more traffic, pollution, and noise, all of which take a toll on our health and well-being. Here are different ways living in a city is a terrible decision.

Posted at 9:00 AM

 The familiar Nutrition Facts label on packaged foods is being updated to better serve the public.

Updated at 8:35 AM

According to a new CNN/ORC poll, Donald Trump received a whopping 6-point boost from last week’s Republican National Convention.

Posted at 8:30 AM

Oklahoma Agri-Women has officially announced its support for State Question 777, Oklahoma’s Right to Farm, a proposed amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution that will protect farming and ranching practices for farmers large and...

Updated at 8:08 AM

  CLEVELAND — They don't like to be called white supremacists.

Updated at 8:01 AM

PHILADELPHIA — Democrats who gleefully jeered Republican divisions last week awoke to a political mess of their own making Monday as party unity behind Hillary Clinton proved much harder to secure.

Posted at 8:00 AM

Editors note: This is an ongoing Q&A profile series on members in the community who serve on the Ardmore Beautification Council. Julie Zumwalt Kenaga, ABC Board Treasurer 

Posted at 8:00 AM

This summer a group of Ardmore students got the chance to experience the ultimate history lesson.

Posted at 8:00 AM

1. Experience "IKBI: Build with Toy Bricks," free of charge, in the Chickasaw Cultural Center now through Sept. 11.

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