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Austin, Texas-based skydiving company iFLY has plans to land in northwest Oklahoma City’s 180-acre Chisholm Creek development.
Gov. Mary Fallin Signs Bill to Complete American Indian Cultural Center
Mark Funke: One on one
14 new town homes coming to SoSA
Uptown Farmers Market set for monthly run through October
SRLC: Clean Power Plan
2015 Festival of Homes
SRLC: Energy Independence
SRLC: Pickens talks birthdays, energy and politics
SRLC: Harold Hamm
SRLC: Energy Discussion
Capitol repair work begins
Page Woodson School Redevelopment
Plan unveiled to finish funding of American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma energy companies report 1Q numbers
Renn speaks at Mayor's Development Roundtable in Oklahoma City
SandRidge selling headquarters, other downtown properties
The two-story and three-story homes will be built in the trendy SoSA (South of St. Anthony) district of Oklahoma City.
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Energy has been an essential industry for Oklahoma since before statehood. The state has evolved with the industry during the...
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Drought-tolerant garden is oddly timed. It’s past time for affordable housing effort. It’s time to play in city parks.
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Dave Says: A situation where one spouse keeps the finances and doles out an allowance to the other is not a good system for...
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Malcolm Berko: Apple recently replaced AT&T on the Dow Jones industrial average. The Dow needed more representation in...
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