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This Holiday Season, Ben Rector Serves “The Thanksgiving Song”

Watch "The Thanksgiving Song," the new video by Ben Rector.

Morgan Wallen’s New SNL Debut Has Been Announced

Remember back in October when Morgan Wallen was supposed to appear on Saturday Night Live but then couldn’t, because he’d done some things that made him a Covid-19 risk? Well, he learned his lesson , and the show is giving him a chance for a do-over. Let’s try this again pic.twitter.com/v1CS9c1Kza — morgan wallen (@MorganWallen)... Read more »

Cassadee Pope Shines a Light on New Music, One Video at a Time

Watch "Let Me Go," and more performance videos from Cassadee Pope.

On the Grammy Ballot, Country Music’s Women Make a Mark

Read about the female nominees for the 2021 Grammy Awards, including Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, and more.

With “Black Like Me,” Mickey Guyton Makes Grammy History

Mickey Guyton make Grammy history with "Black Like Me" the first Black female solo artist to earn a Grammy nomination in a country category.

Local News

OSU football: LD Brown's positive energy is the lifeblood of the Cowboy locker room

By Scott WrightStaff writerswright@oklahoman.comSTILLWATER — Anytime Claude Mathis heard a loud laugh bust out in his locker room, he knew the likely source: LD Brown.Mathis coached Brown for three seasons each of football and track at DeSoto (Texas) High School, and Mathis saw all sides of Brown’s robust personality.“He’s a clown, now,” Mathis said.

Friday night lights: All eyes on Dorian Plumley as El Reno makes Class 5A state title run

By Nick SardisStaff writernsardis@oklahoman.comEL RENO — Dorian Plumley had a major setback at the beginning of the football season.After injuring his ankle in a season-opening overtime victory against Cache, the El Reno senior quarterback wasn’t sure if he could play again this fall.

OSU football: Shane Illingworth out Saturday after testing positive for COVID-19, per source

By Scott WrightSTILLWATER — Oklahoma State will be without backup quarterback Shane Illingworth on Saturday when the Cowboys face Texas Tech at 11 a.m.

World markets subdued as US trading shut for Thanksgiving

TOKYO (AP) — Global stock markets were subdued on Thursday after significant gains in recent days and as U.S. trading remained closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.Investors have been in an upbeat mood this week, pushing the Dow above 30,000 for the first time, on news of the development of coronavirus vaccines and treatments.They then became more cautious as coronavirus infection rates remain high in many major economies and after the release of a batch of discouraging U.S. economic data, including jobless numbers.Germany’s DAX ended the day flat at 13,286 while France’s CAC 40 dipped about 0.1% to 5,566.

Oklahoma high school football: The Oklahoman's third-round playoff picks

Each week, The Oklahoman's Cameron Jourdan predicts the score of every high school game in the state.

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