October 31, 2023
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The Daily Oklahoman (school project)
⟶ Updated 26 Nov 2019 ⟶
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The Daily Oklahoma is founded by Sam Small.
Oklahoma becomes a state.
The capital of Oklahoma moves from Guthrie to Oklahoma City.
Black Wall Street-Tulsa, Oklahoma
USS Oklahoma is hit during the Pearl Harbor attack. 429 crew members die.
World War 2 ends.
The University of Oklahoma wins its first ever national football championship under legendary coach, Bud Wilkinson.
After a decade of great economic stature, the state goes through an oil bust. The biggest bank in the state goes bankrupt.
The Murrah Federal Building bombing
The strongest tornado ever recorded rips through central Oklahoma, killing 36 people and doing over $1 billion in damage.
After a decade of mediocrity, the University of Oklahoma wins its 7th national championship in football. It was only coach Bob Stoops second year at the helm.
Oklahoma celebrates its 100th birthday.
A massive EF5 tornado once again rips through Moore, OK and surrounding areas. The devastating tornado took 24 peoples lives.
The widest tornado ever recorded, 2 1/2 miles wide, touches down in El Reno, OK.
Oklahoma City becomes a big league city, when they get a professional basketball team from the Seattle's folding franchise. The Oklahoma City Thunder come into excistence in 2008.
Kevin Durant leaves the OKC Thunder unexpediclty in free agency, which sends the city and nation into a frenzy.
The Daily Oklahoman still thrives to this day. Though, most of the content is online now, you can still put your hands on the actual paper itself.
The Oklahoma Sooners go on a 47 game winning streak. A record that hasn't been broken since. They win 2 more titles during this run.
Oklahoma experiences one of the greatest oil booms in our nations history.
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