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CMT Music Awards Move to October 14

The CMT Music Awards will move from June to October 14, in light of concerns about coronavirus.

FRESH TAKE: Loretta Lynn Cuts Brand New “I Fall to Pieces”

Back in 1961, “I Fall to Pieces” became Patsy Cline’s first No. 1 song. The song was released in January, but just six months later, Cline was in a car accident that nearly killed her. While she was in the hospital, country newcomer Loretta Lynn was on a popular radio show and dedicated a performance... Read more »

HOT 20: Ashley McBryde on Stories from Laundromats, Hotels, and Beauty Shops

Everyone in Nashville knows that an artist’s second album is more important than the first one. Because what if the new’s worn off? What if all the best songs were already written? What if the artist was in a rush? All good questions, but all irrelevant to Ashley McBryde. Her second album Never Will is... Read more »

Sykamore Honors Her Musical Roots in “Record High”

Listen to "Record High" by Sykamore, one of CMT's Next Women of Country.

Tiera Hits “Rewind” on an Unraveling Relationship

Watch "Rewind" by Tiera, who is one of CMT's Next Women of Country

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OSU basketball: Eddie Sutton's 'defense, dedication, discipline' finally honored with Naismith Hall of Fame election

By Jacob UnruhStaff writerjunruh@oklahoman.comSTILLWATER — Chianti Roberts didn’t want to be coached.He was an All-American, top-50-ranked high school recruit from Oklahoma Christian School when he arrived at Oklahoma State University in 1993.

Reba McEntire shares photos of her mother's Oklahoma funeral

By Brandy McDonnellOklahoma native and Country Music Hall of Famer Reba McEntire this week shared photographs on Facebook of her mother's funeral services. As previously reported, Reba's mother, Jacqueline McEntire of Stringtown, died March 14 from cancer.

'It's deeper than basketball': Thunder to launch Legacy Network for former players

By Joe MussattoStaff writerjmussatto@oklahoman.comAnthony Morrow read a book to a group of first graders on Thursday, and after the virtual class came a question and answer session.

Sequel 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife,' set in Oklahoma, moved to 2021 due to coronavirus pandemic

By Brandy McDonnellSony Pictures has moved several of its 2020 movies to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has shuttered movie theaters around the state, country and world. “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” has been moved from July 10 to March 5, 2021, according to Variety.As previously reported, the long-awaited "Ghostbusters" sequel is set in a fictional small town in Oklahoma.

Police arrest hospital aide in thefts of equipment, supplies

PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) — A housekeeping employee at a Prescott hospital has been fired after being arrested on suspicion of stealing personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies in recent weeks as the coronavirus outbreak unfolded, police said Saturday.Keith Brown, 49, of Prescott was arrested Friday at Yavapai Regional Medical Center on suspicion of one count each of theft and fraud after police found numerous items valued at $1,700 in Brown's vehicle and residence, police Lt.

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