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OKLAHOMA CITY – The 36th annual induction ceremony of the Oklahoma Commerce & Industry Hall of Honor will welcome three new inductees at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at the Oklahoma City Convention Center. The honorees are Mark Beffort, CEO of Newmark Robinson Park; Cathy Keating, form…

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If you happen to be at the Oklahoma State Fair during its closing days, you may notice that a pre-pandemic fixture is back: smiling faces standing next to a colorful booth and carts featuring a positive message and free Bible-based literature.

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 Oklahoma City -- The formal opening of the "lower Scisstail Park" will be held on Friday, September 23. Here are some details: WHAT: Opening ceremony celebrating the completion of the park with remarks from Mayor David Holt, Scissortail Park leadership and the MAPS 3 Citizens Advisory Board…

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In November of 2021, after a trial in the Western District of Oklahoma, a federal jury found Bobby Chris Mayes, Charles Gooch and Courtney Wells guilty of conspiracy, issuanace of forged securities, aggravated identity theft and wire fraud. The trio were co-owners of the Big Red Dealerships …

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OKLAHOMA CITY – There is hopefully good news coming soon for many Oklahoma expectant mothers. The Helping Every Life and Parent -- or H.E.L.P. -- Task Force was convened by the governor to look at ways to support expectant mothers and their babies. The task force unanimously recommended the …

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The remains of a sailor from Massachusetts who died when the USS Oklahoma was struck by multiple torpedoes during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 are being buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday.

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The idea behind scheduling the home-and-home series between Oklahoma and Nebraska was to allow fans and former players to bask in the nostalgia of one of college football's greatest rivalries.

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OKLAHOMA CITY –  Scissortail Park and YMCA of Greater OKC have partnered to offer new adult and youth sports programming in the Park’s newly built southern section scheduled to open on September 23. Scissortail Sports by the YMCA will begin the week of October 3.

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Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation launches its Fall Family Film Series from Sept. 16 through Oct. 14. Every Friday at 6:30 p.m., a different park will feature games and activities until sunset when an outdoor movie begins. Bring your lawn chair or blanket. Admission is free, and popcorn w…

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 In late summer, 17 Oklahoma City high school students began new terms as members of the 2022-23 Youth Council, kickedoff nine months of hands-on education in public service.A press release from the City of Oklahoma City pointed out, "This class represents the 20th anniversary of the program…

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Oklahoma City -- An afternoon of entertainment and activities on the southside of the metro area will be sponsored Sunday (September 11) by Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation, the City Public Schools, Fields & Futures and Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD).

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 Oklahoma City -- The official 9/11 Remembrance “Freedom Flag” will be flown at the Oklahoma State Capitol beginning Friday (September 9) through September 16 in remembrance of the victims who died, first responders and military personnel that responded to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, …

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 The Santa Fe Family Life Center (SFFLC) celebrates Oklahomans whose philanthropy has served the community in significant and enduring ways each year. The 2022 John F. Kennedy Community Service Awards Gala will take place at 7 p.m., September 20 (a Tuesday) at Oklahoma City’s Omni Hotel. Lim…

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Emily Busey, a teacher at Edmond Memorial High School has been named the 2022 Oklahoma History Teacher of the Year. This award is presented annually by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to K–12 American history education.

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Charles Rogers Biggs, publisher of The Tulsa Beacon newspaper, died on August 29.He was 68 years old. Biggs spent the last two decades guiding a strongly independent editorial policy at his newspaper, combining a conservative worldview with regular news reporting of local, national and state…

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For years, Oklahoma has ranked among the bottom tier of states based on academic outcomes (despite the fact that funding is at a record-high level). Now, parents and Oklahomans from all walks of life and corners of the state are ready for change. That was the key message sent in the recent s…

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 Painted Sky Opera is touting the three performers who will bring Derrick Wang's "Scalia/Ginsburg" to life in the upcoming weekend's performances in Te Ata Theater At Oklahoma Contemporary in downtown Oklahoma City. In a press release sent to The Oklahoma City Sentinel, program organizers de…

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Brightmusic kicks off its 20th Anniversary season September 27 in grand style with a bold “first” for the ensemble: the season premier will feature a guest trombonist. The ensemble will also present a pair of songs by Brahms for mezzo soprano, viola and piano. The concert takes place at 7:30…

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The Oklahoma City Planning Department is hosting two open houses in September to get feedback from residents about how future residential and commercial development should look in the City. The Planning Dept. began hosting the feedback sessions in July.(https://www.city-sentinel.com/communit…

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 The 50 Penn Place Art Gallery has set an “Art Opening Reception” for Sunday afternoon, September 11, from 2-4 p.m. Gallery artists who are the recurring “stars” at the gallery include Ron Brandon, Kathy Buttry, Charlotte New, Bert Seabourn, Connie Seabourn, Cheryl J. Smith, Tim Sullivan and…

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Check out the September issue of the Curbside Chronicle for some wild findings. Continuing its annual partnership with the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden, this month’s issue includes a free general admission ticket to the OKC Zoo.

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OKLAHOMA CITY ― The second annual dance festival honoring the five renowned Native American ballerinas from Oklahoma known as the Five Moons will be held Friday through Sunday, September 9-11. The event will be held at the First Americans Museum, 659 First Americans Boulevard, in Oklahoma Ci…

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OKLAHOMA CITY— Oklahoma City Community College is celebrating 50 years of excellence along with 25 years of offering its distinguished Performing Arts Series to the community and state of Oklahoma. Tickets are now available for OCCC’s 2022-2023 Performing Arts Series, which includes eight sh…

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OKLAHOMA CITY – State Superintendent for Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister has announced three state-level finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

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Governor Kevin Stitt on Thursday directed that all American and Oklahoma flags on State property be lowered to half-staff beginning today (Friday) at 8 a.m. until sundown on Sunday, August 28, to honor both Robert Blaine Swartz, whose life was cut short while fulfilling his duties as a Serge…

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 For over 10 years, the Oklahoma City Fiestas Patrias Festival has been one of the largest celebrations of Hispanic culture in Oklahoma, attracting thousands of people from all over the world to partake in a day of delicious food, live music, folkloric dancing, activities for families and ch…

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Rainbow Fleet Resource and Referral will host the Roy G. Biv Ball as a celebration of 50 years of service to parents and child care providers in Oklahoma City. The gala will take place at 5:30 p.m., on Monday, September 12 at The Jones Assembly, 901 W. Sheridan.  

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Oklahoma City – People often share with me their concern citizens do not understand civics and how government is supposed to work for the people. President Lincoln said our government is “of the people, by the people, for the people.” For the next generation to operate their government, we m…

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University will host author David Grann for a public presentation on Tuesday, September 13 titled “Killers of the Flower Moon: the Arc of Justice.” The presentation at 7 p.m., is part of OCU’s Martha Jean Lemon Distinguished Speaker Series and will be held in th…

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma County residents of all ages are invited to compete in the 108th annual Oklahoma County Free Fair.  The Free Fair will take place at the Oklahoma State Fair Park August 25 -27, with its competitions, special activities, and Horse Show.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The 2022 Green Connections' Annual Prairie and Jazz Dinner will be held on Sunday, September 11 at Harn Homestead, 1721 N. Lincoln Boulevard. The event, which celebrates the beauty and community of life on the prairie, will take place from 6 – 9 p.m.

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OKLAHOMA CITY -  Tap into your wild side and make plans to attend the 14th annual ZOObrew beer tasting event. Oklahoma’s largest outdoor craft beer festival, will take place at the Oklahoma City Zoo on Friday, September 30, from 4 – 9 p.m.

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City Zoo is roaring with excitement this World Lion Day, an annual occurrence on August 10 that celebrates the majestic African lion, with the thrilling announcement that its African lioness, Dunia, is pregnant!