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OKG Newsletter

Topic: nichols

Nichols’ tower

The latest building block for Larry Nichols is chairing a new economic development nonprofit for OKC.


Clifton Adcock
Outside of elected officials and public employees, it’s hard to argue that Devon Energy Executive Chairman Larry Nichols isn’t one of the most influential people in Oklahoma City government.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Ruling class

OKC councilman argues that the city is not functioning as a representative democracy.


Clifton Adcock
In the first regular Oklahoma City Council meeting since a contentious one two weeks prior, Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid asked that the council begin the process of healing some of the discord it has experienced.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Case closed?

After 17 years, a new book and a film pose questions about the Oklahoma City federal building bombing.


Phil Bacharach
Mysteries don't die easily.


Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Forced out

A local ministry for sex offenders feels it’s being forced out of business due to constrictive laws, and its president has sued the city.


Tim Farley
Oklahoma City police and state lawmakers have conspired to shut down a nonprofit sex offender program that provides housing and treatment for ex-convicts, claims Hand Up Ministry President David Nichols.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Pop goes the shop

Local sellers cash in on the Christmas spirit by making their wares available at small shops in temporary locations.


Malena Lott
Last year, Michael Brown, owner of the Plaza District furniture store RetrOKC, stumbled upon the inaugural Holiday Pop-Up Shops at the Myriad Botanical Gardens and thought it was a cool concept. He will return for its second year, but as a tenant one weekend at the concept’s new location in Midtown.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013