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Last year’s rally drew an estimated 25,000. Promoters of Monday’s event hope to double that number.
Nine months after the price of oil began its most recent collapse, the pain is beginning to be felt at the unemployment line, especially in rural parts of the state.
Unmet demand exists for shops, entertainment and restaurants in the central business district, city official says.
Brig. Gen. Mark Johnson is only just starting his new job at Tinker Air Force Base. But for many of the airmen there, he’s a familiar face at Oklahoma’s Tinker Air Force Base.
The University of Central Oklahoma School of Music will present a children’s adaption of Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flude.” Performances are Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday.