Thursday 24 Jul
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OKG Newsletter

Topic: extreme

Point: Fallin should ‘listen to her gut’

Is getting the politics right better than getting the policy wrong?


Chris Smith
I was proud to see Gov. Mary Fallin stand up to the more extreme elements of her party recently when she was in favor of utilizing the $54 million that the federal government returned to Oklahoma to implement a health care exchange.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Being rational

OKC begins water rationing in the wake of extreme temps and ongoing drought.


Clifton Adcock
City officials announced today that it has implemented a mandatory odd/even watering program in Oklahoma City, effective immediately.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012


As if the drought isn’t enough, Oklahoma’s climate-change scientists warn of more extreme weather.


Shauna Lawyer Struby
Oklahomans tend toward the folksy and poetic when talking about the mercurial qualities of the state’s terrain, weather and geography. It’s a relationship forged living amid volatile weather in a place that, per square mile, boasts the most ecosystems in the nation, where ecological disasters of epic proportions, such as The Dust Bowl, take place.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Resilient repetition

What about the other issues that emerge more slowly and with fewer cliches nearly 6 months after May's weather disaster?


Kurt Hochenauer
Anyone who has lived in the Oklahoma City area for a long time knows the post-disaster refrains by heart.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic

OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff

Are you an extreme biker? We’re not talking motorcycles here — you know, the kind that require peddling and endurance. Then check out the Third Annual Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic, a three-day, short-course bicycle race across Oklahoma City, beginning Friday evening through Sunday. (Not continuously. That would be extremely difficult.) Registration is $40-$45. Visit


Wednesday, May 28, 2014