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OKG Newsletter


Topic: recovery

How to not screw up

Helpful reminders for small businesses as the recession ends


Features

Gazette staff
Now that the economic recovery is well under way, this is not the time to screw up a small business, warns Jim Muehlhausen, CPA and author of “The 51 Fatal Business Errors and How to Avoid Them.”
 
Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Sober school

A unique program offers school for teens recovering from substance abuse.


News

Kent Anderson
In an unmarked building on an ordinary corner in northwest Oklahoma City, learning is taking place. Healing happens here, too.
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2013

‘Eve’ plum

Photographer Yousef Khanfar puts faces to statistics in ‘Invisible Eve,’ featuring shots of women behind bars in Oklahoma.


Visual Arts

Molly Evans
Invisible Eve
through Sept. 7
Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum
1400 Classen Drive
oklahomaheritage.com
235-4458
$5-$7
 
Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Together again

Since the May 20 tornadoes, pets, owners and rescue organizations are slowly moving on.


News

Gina A. Dabney
Natural disasters are unkind. They tear people and pets apart. Moore resident Brenda Beaty, who lived three blocks from Plaza Towers Elementary School, was at work when the tornado hit on May 20. Immediately, the search began for the family pets. Her daughter’s two dogs were found, one still in the carrier. However, Beaty’s beloved dog, Tinker, was missing.
 
Wednesday, October 9, 2013

What's to hide?

Nothing, says mayoral candidate Ed Shadid. But a battle looms to keep his divorce records private.


News

Tim Farley
Disclosing sealed court records connected to Oklahoma City mayoral candidate Ed Shadid’s divorce in 2007 outweighs embarrassment or harm it may cause the Ward 2 councilman, his ex-wife or their children, according to a leading expert on government openness and public records.
 
Monday, December 9, 2013

Recovery efforts

With drug use — and addiction recovery — in the spotlight of this year’s mayoral race, experts weigh in on how it might hamper or help overall public health.


News

Tim Farley
Public vilification of an Oklahoma City councilman’s past drug use, treatment and recovery is likely to restrict the number of people willing to seek elected office, a mental health expert said.
 
Monday, December 30, 2013

Bridge to a new life

A homeless mission heals hearts and homelessness with the state’s largest free drug and alcohol recovery program.


News

Ben Felder
Patricia Ford needed help.
 
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
 
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