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The Daily Ardmoreite
Posted at 2:00 PM

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Supreme Court is clearly trying to legislate from the bench in today’s 7-2 decision against the Ten Commandments monument, according to an Ardmore lawmaker.State Rep. Pat Ownbey said Oklahomans are going to have to decide whether or not they will stand for the judicial activism of the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

Posted at 2:10 PM

Here are the trends: President Obama is rising in the p […]

Posted at 12:00 PM

Those seemingly inconsequential hashtags are crucial to gaining more exposure for your brandBy Jay York

Posted at 2:10 PM

The culture of winning can have a significant negative impact not only on their children’s enjoyment of the sport, but ultimately on their development as well.

Posted at 1:10 PM

On Wednesday morning, CNN reported that Macy's has severed its relationship with

Updated at 11:48 AM

Hope Solo comments on the semifinal victory over Germany.

Updated at 11:45 AM

The Americans had a slow start in this Women's World Cup. But then ... .

Updated at 11:43 AM

Germany coach Silvia Neid said forward Alexandra Popp did not have a concussion after banging heads with U.S. midfielder Morgan Brian in the first half of the women's World Cup semifinal.

Updated at 11:41 AM

Julie Johnston thought she had blown it. Handed a yellow card for a foul in the box on Alexandra Popp, Johnston's heart sank when German striker Celia Sasic stepped up to take the penalty kick.

Updated at 11:39 AM

FIFA President Sepp Blatter will skip the Women's World Cup final in Canada, avoiding a visit to North America at a time when U.S. officials are pursuing a criminal investigation into the soccer's ruling body.

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