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Just looking

What does a OKC homeowner actually look like?


Features

Gazette staff
What does the typical homeowner in Oklahoma City look like, literally? According to a recent survey conducted by The Media Audit, whites comprise 79.8 percent of all homeowners among adults age 18 and older in town.
 
Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Evolution alternatives

State Sen. Josh Brecheen wants ‘valid criticisms’ of evolution allowed in Oklahoma classrooms with his bill modeled after Texas standards.


News

Greg Horton
One month after the release of Gallup poll data showing increased nationwide support for evolution, Oklahoma has two new bills some critics are calling “anti-evolution.” State Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, and Sen. Josh Brecheen, R-Coalgate, filed House Bill 1551 and Senate Bill 554, respectively.
 
Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Smart house

How educated is the average Oklahoma City homeowner?


Features

Gazette staff
How educated is the typical homeowner in Oklahoma City? According to a recent survey conducted by The Media Audit, among adults age 18 and older in town, 31.3 percent went no further than graduating high school, while 28.4 percent hold college degrees.
 
Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Made of money

What does the average metro homeowner make?


Features

Gazette staff
The typical homeowner in Oklahoma City brings an annual income of between $35,000 and $50,000 to that home, according to a recent survey conducted by The Media Audit. Among adults age 18 and older, 20.5 percent fall into that income level.
 
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

That new car smell

Car sales up in January


Features

Gazette staff
As the country continues climbing out of the recession, auto manufacturers are awash in good news.
 
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Means business

OKCPS school board not as exciting as state board


CFN

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The Oklahoma City Public Schools’ Board of Education will have a new face, after an incumbent was unseated during the Feb. 9 elections.
 
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Misrepresenting government spending


Letters to the Editor

D.W. Tiffee
I see that Brandon Dutcher (Commentary, “Counterpoint: A matter of perspective,” Jan. 5, Gazette) is gloating over the prospects for further cuts in Oklahoma spending, which is already third to last in the nation.
 
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Motor vehicle insurance shows year-over-year raise

Prices rise month over month, as well.


Features

Gazette staff
Gasoline isn’t the only thing going up related to your automobile. Add motor vehicle insurance to the list.
 
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

CFN Quote of the Week

That's a bold statement.


CFN

Gazette staff
“In the mayor’s election, 7 percent showed up for the vote, and they thought that was a great deal. People didn’t even know it occurred. If people knew there was a vote, I’d be mayor right now.”
 
Wednesday, March 2, 2011

State of flux

The function and makeup of the State Board of Education are in question as the body grapples with future budget woes.


News

Clifton Adcock
Next year’s education budget could see a greater funding cut than the 2.9 percent reduction laid out in Gov. Mary Fallin’s budget because of federal funds running dry, Oklahoma State Board of Education members were told at its Feb. 24 meeting.
 
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
 
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