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OKG Newsletter


Topic: News

TurboTax taking bite out of tax prep business, but not Oklahoma CPAs


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Rod Lott
Commercials for TurboTax's do-it-yourself software suggest they're putting tax preparers out of business. How realistic are they? Tonya Miller, store manager of Liberty Tax Service at 5610 Northwest ...
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Spring brings crappie out for Okie fishermen


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Scott Cooper
For some Oklahoma fisherman, one of the tastier fillets is crappie. Considered one of the easier species to catch, crappie is best caught in spring. Through March and April, crappie swim into shallow...
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Sexual violence awareness event held at Oklahoma Capitol


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Krista Nightengale
April 1's Take Back the Night: Oklahoma was the first event of its size in the state, with expected attendance in the thousands. Coordinator Jennifer McLaughlin said the event has taken place all ove...
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Oklahoma massage therapists hope for licensing


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Lisa Spinelli
Thirty-seven states have some form of licensing for massage therapists. Oklahoma is not one of them. However, some local massage therapists hope to change that. Scott Rayburn, member of the Oklaho...
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2007

OKC area gourmet stores cater to high-end taste buds


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Lisa Spinelli
A few gourmet stores provide Okies with authentic imported goods, cooking classes from professional chefs, kitchenware and even freshly cooked meals. "I think it's great for our city; it's giving us...
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2007

OKC 1955 high school football game paved way for integrated schools


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Jay C. Upchurch
On Nov. 3, 1955, with a crowd of more than 8,000, Douglass faced off against Capitol Hill in Oklahoma City's first integrated high school sporting event. The long-awaited matchup served to bridge th...
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Oklahoma student wins poetry award


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Jim Chastain
High school competition helps keep poetry alive Established in 2005 by the National Endowment for the Arts, the "Poetry Out Loud" competition encourages high school students to memorize and recite so...
 
Thursday, April 5, 2007

Hornets beat Sonics, ho-hum


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Stefanie Brickman
When the entertainment highlight of a professional basketball game is the announcers showing off a Desmond Mason bobblehead or the sideline reporters' third-quarter interview with ...
 
Friday, April 6, 2007

Oklahoma Spring Game features psychedelic grass


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Stefanie Brickman
The ESPN commentators estimated more than 40,000 Sooner football fans showed up to watch the team play the Spring Game at Owen Field. With the out-of-season cold snap, fans were wearing the same winte...
 
Sunday, April 8, 2007

Oklahoma Cherokee chief calls Abramoff accusations 'desperate'


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Ben Fenwick
Cherokee Principal Chief Chad Smith calls "desperate" an attempt by the descendants of former tribal slaves to link their ouster to disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff.   However, an attorney for ...
 
Thursday, April 12, 2007
 
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