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Changes are planned for The Oklahoman

Changes, including more color and new themes, are planned for The Oklahoman.
BY KELLY DYER FRY kfry@opubco.com Published: June 30, 2013
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/articleid/3857540/1/pictures/1960709">Photo - Kelly Dyer Fry, editor and vice president of news, The Oklahoman
Kelly Dyer Fry, editor and vice president of news, The Oklahoman

Starting tomorrow, we will add new themes to our Life sections. You also will find more community news from around the metro.

Monday will be titled “Your Life.” It will focus on tech news, general features and news that impacts your daily life.

Tuesday will feature “Healthy Life.” This will take a look at how we take care of ourselves — everything from fitness trends to coping with stress to the latest in health updates. When the latest studies on coffee drinking change from good to bad, back to good again, we'll keep you current.

Wednesday will continue its focus on food in “Life & Food.” You can keep up with the foodies by following The Food Dude as he continues coverage of OKC's ever-growing restaurant scene. And of course, new recipes to bring to your dinner table.

Thursday's Mood section will now be called “Life & Style.” We won't let you get behind on fashion trends.

Friday's “Weekend Life” will not change its focus, but all the extra color will make the celebrity photos sing.

Carla Hinton will continue to bring you stories on faith, churches and spirituality in Saturday's section — “Spiritual Life.”

As always, I love hearing from readers. Let me know what you like and what you don't.

Thank you for sharing part of your day with us.


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