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OKG Newsletter


Topic: News

A letter to 'Indian country'


Commentary

Keith Gaddie
One of the mysteries to people who study politics is how American Indians vote. American Indians enjoy a unique relationship with the United States, as nations both sovereign yet also subservient to t...
 
Thursday, February 15, 2007

Vasectomy nothing to fear, says OKC doc


News

Rod Lott
  According to Dr. William Miller, "everybody, practically" who consults with him prior to scheduling a vasectomy is nervous.   "It's almost universal," said Miller, who performs approximately 200 ...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Oklahomans travel to Texas to buy hard-core porn


News

Scott Cooper
  Oklahoma has some of the strongest obscenity laws in the country, which may be why a place like DW's Video in Gainesville, Texas, has more Oklahoman than Texan license plates in the parking lot. ...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Oklahoma senator calls for mandatory HPV vaccination for sixth-grade girls


News

Greg Horton
  An Oklahoma state senator has introduced legislation to make vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) mandatory for preteen girls entering sixth grade.   HPV is a family of sexually transmi...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Oklahoma representative's 100 Ideas initiative to reveal funding sources


News

Ben Fenwick
  Former state Rep. Thad Balkman said last week that the 100 Ideas initiative will reveal who is giving it money to operate, and how much.   That announcement came after Oklahoma Gazette requested ...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Oklahoma native premieres first film at Sundance


News

Phil Bacharach
For Oklahoma filmmaker Sterlin Harjo, the 2007 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, was work. His feature-film debut, "Four Sheets to the Wind," was one of 16 in dramatic competition. "I'm doin...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Oklahoma attorney general's office moves to new home


News

Scott Cooper
  At the state attorney general's office, moving from their cramped office at the state Capitol to a newly remodeled two-story building across the street has meant big changes.   "It's nice because...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

OKC's CARE Center extends helping hand to abused children


News

Krista Nightengale
Oklahoma City's CARE " or Child Abuse Response and Evaluation " Center helps children who have faced physical, sexual and mental abuse.   Open since 1993, the CARE Center offers children and their fam...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

OKC couple finds money in making mermaid tails


News

Chris Willard
People anywhere in the world can swim like mermaids and mermen, thanks to Angela Mullens. In 2000, she performed at the annual Medieval Fair of Norman and created her first mermaid tail. Many woul...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Norman designer transforms yesterday's clothes into today's fashions


News

Susan Grossman
A Norman woman's redesigned, vintage clothes have been snatched up by University of Oklahoma coeds. Now that she has connected to an eager market, Jessica Khandros is ready to move forward with a new ...
 
Thursday, February 22, 2007
 
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