When Oklahoma City landed on just about every “fattest” list
imaginable, Mayor Mick Cornett did not sit idly by. He launched a
million-pound challenge in 2007. Since then, the mayor has lost 38
Letters to the Editor Sandy Meyers
To live in Oklahoma City today is exciting. The approval by the Oklahoma
City Council to restructure Centennial Plaza or Civic Center park is a
great gift to all of us. Making this prominent property a spectacular
centerpiece for the arts and civic affairs gives us all a feeling of
pride and excitement.
The city’s request for operators of the MAPS 3 senior wellness centers has generated little interest.
News Clifton Adcock
Although the Oklahoma City Council has approved plans laying out two
MAPS 3 projects, council members expressed concern that one of the
projects has drawn little interest from operators that eventually will
Commentary Mick Cornett
I was watching ESPN the other night and saw Skip Bayless, Tim Legler and
Stephen A. Smith spend 20 minutes talking about the Oklahoma City
Thunder. A few days earlier, I’d seen the ESPN First Take team analyzing Russell Westbrook’s game.
Letters to the Editor Jim Henry
Mick Cornett’s commentary of May 16 (“Thunder has transformed city’s image,” Oklahoma Gazette) proved that I was right when Oklahoma City chose Mick Cornett over Jim Tolbert: If you elect a sportscaster as mayor, you get a sportscaster as mayor.
CFN Gazette staff
Oklahoma City is no longer known merely as the capital of the state
north of Texas. Between the skyrocketing success of the Thunder and
periodic national attention paid to Mayor Mick Cornett, OKC is garnering
the right kind of publicity.
Features Gazette staff
There must be a lot of perks to being Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick. You have
scores of elves to do your bidding. Families across the globe lavish you
with milk and cookies. With a magical sleigh, you never have to fly