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Oklahoma City's Mayor Cornett is thrilled with students' suggestions for new city flag

News | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Mayor Mick Cornett says the response to The Oklahoman’s invitation to design a new Oklahoma City flag is a reminder that residents “are proud of their city and they’d like to see some way to display it.”
See the drawings here.

U.S. Senior Open: Oak Tree National course has upper hand on golfers

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Only seven golfers are under par heading into Sunday’s final round, led by Gene Sauers. He sits 7-under, three shots ahead of Bernhard Langer and Scott Dunlap and four shots ahead of Colin Montgomerie.

Volunteers build playground at Moore's Briarwood Elementary School

News | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Taking a break from spreading mulch Saturday afternoon, Moore schools Superintendent Robert Romines marveled at the number of people working alongside him. All around him, about 300 people were hard at work building a playground at the new Briarwood Elementary School.

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Social Security Q&A: What is Supplemental Security Income?

Business | Updated: Fri, Jul 11, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Inheritance could affect SSI eligibility

Education notes for July 13

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Education notes for July 13

Rotary Club of OKC inaugurates 104th president

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The Rotary Club of Oklahoma City has inaugurated its 104th president, Judge Jerome A. Holmes, marking the beginning of Holmes’ one-year term at the helm of the largest Rotary Club...

Taking Stock: Ask right questions if investing in annuities

Business | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Malcolm Berko: Annuities and guaranteed minimum income benefit are explained. It’s important to ask the correct questions about what is in an annuity.



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