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FROM STAFF REPORTSYUKON — The ninth annual Iron Thistle Scottish Heritage Festival and Highland Games at Kirkpatrick Family Farm included a variety of events from or inspired by Scotland, including the hammer throw and the stone throw.
The event on Saturday also included Celtic music and dancing.
By Steve Gust, For The OklahomanEDMOND — Four Angie Debo Elementary School second-graders have come up with an idea for the “Perfect Playground,” regardless of the weather.
Their idea and prototype won regional competition against hundreds of others schools in the annual Toshiba/National Science Teachers Association ExploraVision program.
FROM STAFF REPORTSNORMAN — Thousands of people attended the eighth annual Norman Music Festival in downtown Norman.
The free, three-day event that opened Thursday and continued through Saturday night featured more than 300 performers on some 20 stages at indoor and outdoor venues.