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Sage to celebrate its first year in Deep Deuce on Saturday with debut of month-long jazz series


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Will Holland
Taylor Made Jazz band and more Sage Lounge 228 N.E. SecondSaturday, 7 p.m. www.sageokc.comSage will celebrate its first year in Deep Deuce on Saturday with the debut of a month-long jazz series in i...
 
Thursday, April 29, 2010

A new card from the City Rescue Mission aims to give panhandlers help, not cash


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Will Holland
Thanks to an Oklahoma City nonprofit organization, metro residents now have a way to help panhandlers without having to dip into the money pockets of their wallets or purses.This new method of providi...
 
Thursday, April 1, 2010

As Oklahoma City revitalizes, questions arise about long-term state of homeless


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Will Holland
Ruben Martinez tells his story from inside The Salvation Army Central Oklahoma Area Command's Family Shelter. It's a heart-wrenching tale of how his family became displaced last year. He said he lost ...
 
Thursday, March 4, 2010

OKC Downtown College brings together five public institutions for college classes in downtown


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Will Holland
Oklahoma City attorney James Jennings has always wanted to write a novel and get it published, but when he started getting serious about the idea, he realized it was easier said than done."I discovere...
 
Thursday, January 21, 2010

Function of MAPS 3 citizen advisory board yet to be determined


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Will Holland
In the tradition of previous MAPS initiatives, a citizen advisory board will be appointed to oversee the implementation of the approved $777 million MAPS 3 initiative. Oklahoma City is currently accep...
 
Thursday, January 14, 2010

Oklahoma Tax Commission's credit for electric cars generates dropping sales and confusion


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Will Holland
When Roger Gaddis heard about the 50 percent tax credit the state of Oklahoma offered to people who purchase electric cars, he literally couldn't believe it. He called the Oklahoma Tax Commission to m...
 
Thursday, December 31, 2009

Okie experimentation, musicianship amplified guitar history


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Will Holland
The electric guitar is a loud and important part of music history, and the Sooner State helped strum the development of the modern instrument. FIRST AMPLIFIER ...
 
Thursday, October 1, 2009

Libertarian Party members advocate for lower taxes, smaller government, more freedom


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Will Holland
On a pleasantly sunny day, Robert Murphy sits in the courtyard of the Oklahoma Memorial Union on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. It's the first week of fall classes at OU, and Murphy, ...
 
Thursday, September 17, 2009

University of Oklahoma adds on to Gaylord Hall


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Will Holland
Since it opened its doors in 2004, Gaylord Hall, home to the University of Oklahoma's Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, has been widely considered one of the campus' most mod...
 
Thursday, August 20, 2009

Norman, Edmond try to become friendlier to bicyclists, hoping to earn national distinctions


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Will Holland
Five years ago, one of Tim Tillman's goals was to make the City of Edmond prioritize becoming friendlier to bicyclists. About that same time, the city was considering adopting a master transport...
 
Thursday, August 13, 2009

Oklahoma Republicans split between social, economic conservatives


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Will Holland
The backs of several silent protesters confront Oklahoma Rep. Sally Kern as she steps into the Capitol walkway. They have turned to face the walls lining each side of the wide, marble-floored ha...
 
Thursday, July 23, 2009

Major League Baseball teams draft three OCU Stars


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Will Holland
For most non-NCAA collegiate baseball teams, a third-place finish in the NAIA World Series would be something to brag about for a few years. TRADITION N...
 
Thursday, July 16, 2009

As Republicans gain control, face of Oklahoma Democrats changes


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Will Holland
Democratic Congressman Dan Boren sits behind a desk with two bucks mounted on wooden plaques peering over each of his shoulders. The sleeves of his button-down shirt are rolled almost to his elb...
 
Thursday, July 16, 2009
 
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