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OKG Newsletter


Topic: neighborhoods

HP: More than a stodgy computer

The benefits to living well in a historic district


Commentary

Keith Rollin Eakins
If you’re not a resident of inner Oklahoma City, the term “HP” may bring to mind that desktop computer your grandma bought in 1994 and is still afraid of.
 
Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Walk on

Work is ready to get under way on the first phase of sidewalk construction under MAPS 3.


News

Tim Farley
Sidewalk construction may not be the sexiest MAPS 3 project, but it will serve a practical purpose for a number of Oklahoma City’s neighborhoods and main thoroughfares.
 
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Get on the bus

The Beautification Station is a chance to check out nine charming and historic OKC neighborhoods.


Features

Mark Beutler
Beautification Station
9 a.m.-noon Saturday
St. Luke’s United Methodist Church
222 N.W. 15th
nacok.org
528-6322
$5

 
Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Popularity contest

In the race toward election day, mayoral candidates trumpet their endorsements. But how important are they, really?


News

Tim Farley
Oklahoma City mayoral candidates already have received major endorsements from public safety unions and neighborhood groups, but those alliances may not be as significant as years past, according to a group of independent political consultants.
 
Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Correction


News

Gazette staff
None of Oklahoma City’s neighborhood associations have publicly endorsed Mayor Mick Cornett in his re-election bid. (Oct. 23 Gazette.)
 
Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Costly living

The Oklahoma City Housing Authority serves nearly 16,000 people, mostly working-class.


News

Ben Felder
Public subsidized housing gave Laurinda Gaddis a chance.
 
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Metro briefs: Bad voters?


News

Ben Felder
Toby Keith, the country music star who often sings about America’s greatness, has been less than patriotic when comes to voting.
 
Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Empty promises

Lobbyists and big money might contribute to the growing number of abandoned properties across the city.


News

Ben Felder
Banks and realtors successfully convinced the state Legislature this year to halt Oklahoma City’s effort to control the growing number of abandoned properties.
 
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
 
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