Author: Katie Standlee

Forming Financial Habits in the Formative Years

Forming Financial Habits in the Formative Years

NewsKatie Standlee- February 16, 2018

(Provided/Pixabay) As a college student, figuring out where to begin when it comes to personal finance can be frustrating. At the University of Central Oklahoma, however, students have access to ... Read More

Coffee Jerks Make Nice in OKC

Coffee Jerks Make Nice in OKC

NewsKatie Standlee- February 7, 2018

A customer sits at the table in front of Coffee Jerk’s counter in Oklahoma City. The shop opened in November 2017 with a grand opening on Jan. 30, 2018. (Ryan ... Read More

2018 Olympic Games Head South

2018 Olympic Games Head South

NewsKatie Standlee- February 6, 2018

The tower for the Alpensia Ski Jumping Center rises beyond a set of Olympic Rings at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Charlie ... Read More

Turner Turnpike Turns Towards the Future

Turner Turnpike Turns Towards the Future

NewsKatie Standlee- January 30, 2018

A construction crew works on a road to expand the median. The Turner Turnpike has begun similar construction to expand the turnpike, widen the shoulder, and implement lights along the ... Read More

Battle Descends on Edmond

Battle Descends on Edmond

NewsKatie Standlee- January 25, 2018

Participants in a Dag battle attack each other during an event. Each weapon must be approved by the Daorhir rule book before use in a battle. (Provided/Cooper Waltz) For those ... Read More

Flu Virus Plagues the Nation

Flu Virus Plagues the Nation

NewsKatie Standlee- January 23, 2018

Biologist Rebecca Gillespie places a vial of flu-fighting antibodies in ice at the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health, Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017, in Bethesda, Md. Scientists ... Read More

Edmond Kicks UCO Students Off the Streets

Edmond Kicks UCO Students Off the Streets

NewsKatie Standlee- January 15, 2018

The City of Edmond plans to install “No Parking” signs on neighborhood streets around campus, no longer allowing students to clog the streets. Violators of the new regulation will receive ... Read More