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Oklahoma school districts to keep quarantines, not on board with new state policy

Multiple Oklahoma school districts say they won’t adopt a new state policy allowing students and staff to skip quarantines....

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Oklahoma gardening calendar

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Landscape design workshop set El Reno

EL RENO — The Canadian County Extension Service will conduct a home landscaping design workshop from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 26...

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Plan now for spring lawn and garden

Dreary winter days are the perfect time to plan your spring landscaping, lawn and gardening activities. Take time now to make...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Jan. 16, 2021

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $45 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Jan. 16, 2021

• Tippmann Construction, 6849 S Rockwell Ave., manufacturing, erect, $17,750,600. • Lindsey Construction Inc., 700 NE 122,...

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What are real estate closing costs and how much will you pay?

Closing costs are the thousands of dollars in fees associated with a mortgage, typically amounting to 2% to 5% of the loan...

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Pending home sales end 2020 down, but up year over year

WASHINGTON — Pending home sales declined in November, according to the National Association of Realtors, with month-over-month...

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Marni Jameson: 8 ways the post-pandemic home will change

For anyone aspiring to have a lovely home, especially during the pandemic, let me warn you about the two words that will foil...

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OKC elementary schools to reopen next week

Oklahoma City elementary schools are on track to reopen Tuesday for the first time in two months. Students in pre-K through...

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Navy names ship for Muscogee (Creek) Nation

A new Navy vessel will be named for Oklahoma's Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Acting Under Secretary of the Navy Greg Slavonic, an...

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Wear a mask; get the vaccine; the housing market needs more sellers to get out of the house

There's a growing housing shortage, partly because there's a seller shortage, partly because of the coronavirus. Home sales...

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'Another way of serving people' Meet Steven Ligon, 2021 president of the Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors

Steven Ligon considered ministry. He landed in real estate, most recently as broker-owner of 1907 Homes and Land, which he...

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Big Bass Park sale at Lake Eufaula, plus more commercial realty transactions from The Oklahoman for Jan. 15, 2021.

Big Bass Park, a manufactured home park fronting Lake Eufaula, sold to a California investor, one of two recent deals by broker...

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BancFirst making move to new downtown tower

The fencing is down and blue lanterns rise up from a rebuilt plaza surrounding the BancFirst Tower main entrance welcoming...

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Biggest-ever Love's Travel Stop reminds me why I love Love's but will wait awhile yet to stop in

Man, I love Love's, and I miss Love's, and I would love to hit the road so I could stop at a Love's just for the fun...

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After COVID closure, downtown OKC's Carpenter Square Theatre opens Season 37 with comedy

"From Door to Door" is the first in-person show Carpenter Square has staged since its Feb. 21-March 14 production of Scott Z....

By land and air, weather researchers track tornadic storms

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SALINA, Kan. — For the first time in almost a decade, meteorologists from across the Midwest will track and intercept tornado birthing grounds as part of a large-scale collaborative research project. The TORUS Project, or Targeted Observation...

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A 200,000-square-foot kitchen? It's for Mom's Meals, coming to Oklahoma City

Mom's Meals, which produces refrigerated home-delivered meals in the health care market — and which caused some southern...

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Downtown tract could be developed for MAPS 4 Diversion Hub

Philanthropist Sue Ann Arnall intends to donate a 1.6-acre tract downtown for the MAPS 4 Diversion Hub, a gift that could be...

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Oklahoma City's growth: A path that's unsustainable

Oklahoma City is implementing an unprecedented series of actions to slow sprawl, require developers to help pay for costs...

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School funding slashed in most Oklahoma districts as virtual enrollment soars

Nearly 86% of Oklahoma school districts will see their state funding cut this month as state dollars shift to rapidly growing...

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Midtown Oklahoma City apartments sell for record amount

Neither a pandemic or economic downturn could stop yet another record-setting sales price being set for downtown apartments....

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Oklahoma City Community College names interim president

Oklahoma City Community College has named Jeremy L. Thomas as its interim president. Thomas assumed the role on Jan. 2 and will...

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Achievers: OSSM graduate recognized for accomplishments in Chemistry Olympiad

As a high school junior, Aaron Xue was chosen in 2019 to be one of 20 top high school students from across the nation to attend...

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Achievers: Moore-Norman tech center earns certification

Henry Dumas, Moore Norman Technology Center Small Business Management coordinator, has earned the Master Certified Coach (MCC)...

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Achievers: Moore Norman Tech graduates first basic peace officer class

Moore Norman Technology Center’s first Basic Peace Officer Academy class recently graduated during a socially distanced...

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How can you use Ancestry.com to build your family tree?

The Oklahoma Home and Community Education Genealogy Group will host Pam Kirkland at 10 a.m. Jan. 20 for a look at how...

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Oklahoma waives quarantines for students, school staff exposed to COVID

Going forward, schools with a mask requirement and COVID-19 safety protocols will not have to quarantine students and teachers...

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Add your high school reunion to this list

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Adopt a pet: Make an addition to your family

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Bars granted reprieve from curfew until July in case against Stitt

Citing a lack of evidence from the state that a curfew on bars would slow the spread of COVID-19, an Oklahoma District Court...

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Help us share your news with The Oklahoman's readers

The Oklahoman is interested in sharing news about upcoming events, as well as metro-area residents' honors and awards. To have...

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Share your 50th wedding anniversary with The Oklahoman's readers

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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More rental assistance could be coming to Oklahoma County

Oklahoma County officials are applying to receive some of the $25 billion in rental assistance recently set aside by the...

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Oklahoma City garage adds 1,100 parking spaces

The 1,100-space Convention Center Garage is open and crews are wrapping up installation of a colorful mural portraying modern...

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Sunday blaze shuts down Sauced on Paseo indefinitely

Up until now, Sauced on Paseo, 2912 Paseo, has managed to endure through coronavirus pandemic, but a weekend fire will keep it...

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Got questions about Oklahoma's COVID vaccine rollout? Let us know

What questions, comments or concerns do you have about the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Oklahoma? Take our survey and share...

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OKC council candidate posts pro-Trump rhetoric; has never voted in a city election

Council candidate repeated election fraud claims An Oklahoma City Council candidate acknowledged Friday he posted a...

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Should good manners still be on the table during a pandemic?

QUESTION: We have tried to maintain good dinner table manners during the pandemic. We ask that our children come to the dinner...

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Artist seeks to restore glory of OKC banking hall murals

New York artist Jeff Greene has spent the past 30 years chasing after one special job in Oklahoma City. He repeatedly visited...

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How Oklahoma teachers talked about the Capitol riot with students

Watching the news from his social studies classroom, Taft Middle School teacher Eric Parker realized he’d have to scrap the...

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Dallas developers buy OKC apartments to remodel; plus more real estate transactions from The Oklahoman

A partnership controlled by Dallas developers Roger Gault of Gault Co. and Robert Gunby with RTG Capital LLC has bought Spring...

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Simple actions can help you breathe better in your home

With more of life centered at home due to cool weather and social distancing, it’s time to ensure the space where your family...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Jan. 9, 2021

• CMSwillowbrook, 2301 NW 145, school, erect, $17,000,000. • Elliott Architects Inc., 4301 Grant Blvd., restaurant, erect,...

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Moesel: Interested in houseplants? You're not the only one

We welcome a new year as we dive deeper into winter, and that makes us want to spend more time with our houseplants....

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Norman Fire Department gains top rating

NORMAN — The Norman Fire Department has achieved the highest Public Protection Classification rating from the Insurance Service...

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Oklahoma County property sales for Jan. 9, 2021

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $79 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Just two owners in 55 years: Check out The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Jan. 9, 2021

The Listing of the Week is a two-story midcentury home that has had just two owners, backing to Quail Creek Golf & Country...

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It’s time to rethink the single-family home as the American dream, author says

PHILADELPHIA — Housing today looks largely the same as it did in 1950, Diana Lind observes in her new book "Brave New Home: Our...

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Oklahoma gardening calendar for Jan. 9, 2021

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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If you're looking for something new to plant, Mustang seed swap is the place to be

MUSTANG — Canadian County Master Gardeners' annual seed swap starts at 10 a.m. Saturday at Mustang Public Library, 1201 N...

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Helpful winter weather tips from the meteorologists

Preparing for unpredictable winter weather? Take stock of your home, vehicle and planning tools to ensure your family stays...

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Kickapoo Turnpike open between I-40 and Turner Turnpike

The southern half of the new Kickapoo Turnpike opened this week, creating a connection between the Turner Turnpike and...

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What if Hobby Lobby's Hemispheres stores had lasted until the coronavirus?

Hobby Lobby has sold its shuttered Hemispheres furniture store in Moore, nearly two years after announcing the demise of the...

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Homebuilding sizzled in 2020. What's next?

There was never a dull moment for homebuilders in 2020, from the collective gasp shared by everyone when the coronavirus first,...

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What is 'home'? Where is 'work'? 2020 changed assumptions about both form and function of space in a house.

Oklahoma City homebuilders built more houses last year than in nearly a decade despite clouds of uncertainty. • A global...

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Recap: OKC Central Live Chat with Steve Lackmeyer

The live chat kicks off at 9:30 a.m. but feel free to submit questions now!

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Uptown Grocery, Buy For Less quitting wine and beer sales

Two metro upscale grocery stores are ending beer and wine sales under new ownership. The changes are coming to two Uptown...

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Ray Rivera named as executive editor for The Oklahoman

The Oklahoman named Ray Rivera as its executive editor Thursday. Rivera, a veteran journalist who has spent his career exposing...

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Thunder proposes going first in MAPS 4

A councilwoman says transparency could suffer in a rush to begin MAPS 4 upgrades at downtown's NBA arena. A plan presented...

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Red tape flies in $106.5 million Tanenbaum government property purchase

Red tape flew when an investor group led by Oklahoma City developer Richard Tanenbaum paid $106.5 million for 42 buidings...

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Trump signs Clara Luper post office bill

President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed legislation to name the downtown Oklahoma City post office after civil rights icon...

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Siding with Trump, Bice and Cole will challenge Electoral College votes

Freshman Rep. Stephanie Bice and Rep. Tom Cole said Wednesday they will vote to challenge the results of some states’ Electoral...

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OKC council: Former school building to be converted to homeless shelter

The Oklahoma City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to open an emergency shelter for the homeless at the former Willard School,...

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Federal eviction moratorium extended, $25 billion dedicated to rental assistance

Renters across the country facing financial hardship because of the pandemic now have eviction protections through the end of...

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Achievers: OKC design firm recognized

Nominee Design recently was announced as a Graphic Design USA 2020 Health + Wellness Design Awards winner. The Oklahoma...

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Achievers: Heritage Hall names head of middle school

Heritage Hall has appointed Matthew Carolan as its head of the middle school effective July 1. Carolan succeeds Ron Allie, who...

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Former OKC jail gets a one-year demolition reprieve

The former Oklahoma City jail is getting another one-year reprieve from demolition after preservationists asked for more time...

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Is your high school reunion this year?

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Adopt a pet:

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Tell us what's news with you: Seeking news contributions announcing awards, accomplishments and events

The Oklahoman wants to share good news about metro area awards, honors and upcoming special events. To have your metro-area...

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Achievers: OKC girl wins riding competition

Addy Ross, of Oklahoma City, and Pasta rode and jumped to win the 2020 OHJA Mini Medal Ride-off at the Fall Finale in Tulsa....

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Old OKC jail once again eyed for demolition

The Oklahoma City Council is being asked on Tuesday to decide whether to tear down the city’s old jail, a move opposed by...

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20-40-60 Etiquette: Take cues from friend when offering support

QUESTION: I have a friend who is really good about handling life’s obstacles, particularly those he cannot control. He never...

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OKC firefighters in line to get body armor

City Manager Craig Freeman is recommending the city council accept a donation of "rifle-rated" body armor and helmets for the...

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Bice takes seat in U.S. House as new Congress begins

Republican Rep. Stephanie Bice became the newest member of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation on Sunday, as the 117th Congress...

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What you need to know about OKC's most expensive capital project

Construction is finished on the $288 million Oklahoma City Convention Center, but grand opening celebrations will have to wait...

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Tucked into the defense bill, a long-owed debt to the OKC Memorial

It’s just $1 million in a $740 billion bill. But it’s big, in principal and in principle, to the Oklahoma City National...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Jan. 2, 2021

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $48 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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How one Seattle architect went from mansions to tiny homes

She was called into her office, the same day Gov. Jay Inslee told nonessential workers to stay at home. The architectural firm...

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Check out this lakefront home, The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Jan. 2, 2021

The Listing of the Week is a lakefront home with views of the water from every room, in Edmond's gated Summit Lake Estates. The...

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Tropical photo workshop, garden events from The Oklahoman for Jan. 2, 2021

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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Need mortgage relief due to COVID-19? Here's what to know

As the pandemic rages, many are facing financial hardship. For homeowners with a Freddie Mac loan, COVID-19 mortgage assistance...

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New Year’s resolutions for the central Oklahoma gardener

Winter is a great time to think about making resolutions for your gardens and landscape for next year. My resolution is that I...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Jan. 2, 2021

• Bridgeway Homes LLC, 15608 Laguna Drive, residence-attached, erect, $750,000. • Huffman Custom Homes, 13117 Rohan Court,...

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Tips to enhance your backyard with water features

Enhancing your backyard? Experts say that the sights and sounds of water features make them one of the most effective additions...

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Silver linings: OKC-area housing shined in 2020 despite the coronavirus cloud

It seems like the second half of 2020 was better than the first for housing in the Oklahoma City area, even with a devastating...

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Oklahoma weather: Social media shows snowy New Year's Day

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OKC's downtown film studio launches production

A $160,000 CARES Act grant is helping launch a non-profit job training program to meet an increasing demand for workers needed...

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Renovations starting for rechristened Arvest Tower

Renovations are starting at the future Arvest Tower as the bank prepares to consolidate its metro area operations at the former...

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UPDATED: Downtown OKC's Scissortail Park planning New Year's Eve Early Bird celebration for families

At 7 p.m., park officials will commence the 2021 “midnight” countdown and present a five-minute fireworks show to ring in the...

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Adopt a pet: Start New Year's with a new walking buddy

Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted hours of operation or...

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Start planning for your 2021 high school reunion

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Christmas Eve death of OKC firefighter traced to call response; second fire department employee death reported Monday

The Oklahoma City Fire Department announced Monday that Maj. Andy Davis, who died on Christmas Eve, caught the COVID-19 virus...

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Time runs out for developer of The Hill in Deep Deuce

Scientist Bill Canfield will not get another chance to finish building The Hill after missing another round of deadlines on a...

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Storied Oklahoma City mansion now in a field in eastern Oklahoma County

When it was first built in 1901, the three-story Goodholm mansion was one of the finest homes in the city, showcased by the...

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Oklahoma City Council puts off marijuana regulation debate

An industry executive says Oklahoma City's proposed zoning code for marijuana is "overreach." The city council last week...

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20-40-60 Etiquette: To confront or not to confront the maskless?

QUESTION: I was at my son’s swim lesson, which is at an indoor pool. The place requires people to wear a mask as it is posted...

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Downtown OKC's Opening Night 2021 New Year's Eve celebration will give 2020 a virtual goodbye

Produced by Arts Council Oklahoma City, Opening Night 2021 will feature a myriad of musical and acrobatic acts, an interactive...

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Oklahoma City Events! Helen Ford Wallace

STARRING New tradition: There’s a new pin in town. Called the 2020 Star pin, proceeds from sales will help support theatrical...

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OKC firefighters begin vaccinations as they mourn death of 20-year veteran

An Oklahoma City firefighter whose uncle, a 20-year veteran of the city’s fire department, died from COVID-19 was the first to...

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Officials hope new basketball court, playground in northeast OKC will ease COVID-related shutdown

It all happened courtside on a recent windy December day. Community leaders and elected officials gathered with youths to...

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Oklahoma City firefighter dies from COVID-19

Maj. Andy Davis was a 20-year veteran with the Oklahoma City Fire Department.

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How to keep your home cozy all season long

Most homeowners want to keep their home cozy and their heating bills low during the winter, but struggle to keep the warmth in...

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It's time to reflect on gardening successes, plan for 2021

We hope you and your family had a very merry Christmas whether you got to celebrate in person, by phone or over a Skype or Zoom...

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Check out this brand-new bungalow, The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Dec. 26, 2020

The Listing of the Week is a brand-new bungalow in the heart of Oklahoma City. The 1,750-square-foot home at 1700 NE Euclid St....

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Dec. 26, 2020

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $44 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Oklahoma gardening calendar for Dec. 26, 2020

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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5 housing trends for 2021

In 2021, mortgage rates will rise from record lows, home price gains will slow, and Americans will continue their migration to...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Dec. 26, 2020

• Perkins & Will, 10240 Broadway Extension, hospital (Oklahoma City Rehabilitation Hospital), erect, $16,000,000. • Ashton...

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Marni Jameson: Lessons learned from first half of 2020

Now we come to that time of year (and what a year it’s been) where, traditionally we ― you and I ― reflect on where we’ve gone...

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OKC homebuilder Homes By Taber commits to donating more to local nonprofits

Homes by Taber is doubling the number of local nonprofits to receive donations when it sells a house in 2021. Founder Taber...

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How to avoid frozen pipes

STILLWATER — Winter temperatures can lead to frozen pipes in the home and even bigger problems if the pipes burst, said Gina...

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Here are some housing highlights from the first half of 2020

It's tempting to just let terrible 2020 go without comment, but some important and memorable things did happen this year in...

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Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center looks to future as inaugural exhibit 'Bright Golden Haze' draws to a close

After 12 years of planning and two years of construction, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center was ready in March to welcome the...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Street decorations welcomed last-minute shoppers in 1957

We are running a #ThrowbackThursday image each week, showcasing Oklahoma’s history. Be sure to follow us on Twitter...

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New 7-Eleven owners planning big changes for at least 30 metro stores

At least 30 metro 7-Eleven stores, locally owned for 67 years until being sold earlier this year to the international chain,...

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Downtown OKC's Finale 5K New Year's Eve race goes virtual due to COVID-19 pandemic

Proceeds directly support the nonprofit Arts Council Oklahoma City and its mission of “bringing the arts and the community...

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Oklahoma City developers thrilled to reveal plans for ambitious R&D center

Aviation, aerospace, bioscience and energy research and development are planned for a mixed-use project "focused on...

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Mayor David Holt urges holiday caution, says vaccine is months away for most people

Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt urged people on Wednesday not to “bring death or illness upon yourself or those you love” during...

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Achievers: OKC attorneys elected to state Bar Board of Governors

Charles E. “Charlie” Geister III will serve as the Oklahoma Bar Association’s 2021 vice president. Kara I. Smith was elected to...

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Achievers: Mount St. Mary student named Quest Bridge Scholar finalist

A Mount St. Mary Catholic High School senior has been named a Quest Bridge Scholar Finalist. Ian Torres was nominated and...

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Get a fresh start in 2021 with OKC National Memorial & Museum's First Walk

The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum will host First Walk from 10 a.m. to noon Jan. 2 in an effort to offer a fresh...

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Your high school reunion might be set for 2021

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Having a 50th anniversary? Let everyone know

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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New City Care shelter to help rising numbers of homeless in Oklahoma City

On a cold night in January 2020, at least 557 individuals were sleeping outside in tents or piles of blankets around Oklahoma...

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OKC's Scissortail Park hosting seasonal outdoor procession with Phil Kline's 'Unsilent Night'

NPR recently named "Unsilent Night" as one of the best ways to commemorate the holidays safely during the coronavirus pandemic...

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Invited to a party? Expect pandemic-related instructions

QUESTION: Is it appropriate to put “Masks and Social Distancing” on invitations? What about checking temperatures of quests?...

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Zoning proposal would outlaw marijuana drive-thru

Drive-thru medical marijuana dispensary windows would be prohibited under a new zoning code being proposed by James Greiner,...

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Oklahoma City Parties! Dec. 20, 2020 - Helen Ford Wallace

HERE COMES SANTA Come-and-go event: Judy Love, masked up, was hostess to a group of 11 friends who always come to the “bestest...

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COVID-19 took the life of his stepmom. Now, business restrictions could take his livelihood

For a few hours Saturday night, the man known to many as “Señor Shots” greeted patrons of his club, helped his employees,...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Dec. 19, 2020

• City of Oklahoma City, 928 Frederick Douglass Ave., clubhouse, erect, $3,500,000. • Bockus Payne Architecture, 9701 Boardwalk...

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Laughlin: Legends and lore of holiday plants

Many of the plants we associate with holiday celebrations have interesting histories and legends associated with them. Many...

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Oklahoma City-area garden events calendar for Dec. 19, 2020

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Dec. 19, 2020

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $41 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Marni Jameson: Which kitchen knives are a cut above?

It’s the single most handled item in the kitchen, maybe the entire house. Held even more than the TV remote, the kitchen knife...

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Keep your home network secure with these simple steps

Working and learning from home is the new norm for millions of American families engaged in a daily juggling act, making sure...

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Check out The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Dec. 19, 2020

The Listing of the Week is an especially energy-efficient home in Norman. The 2,553-square-foot home at 209 Sonora Lane has...

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Here's what we know about metro school plans for 2021

More students in the Oklahoma City metro area could return to classrooms in 2021. On Friday, Oklahoma City Public Schools...

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Paycom founder joins Giving Pledge

Chad Richison, founder and CEO of Paycom, announced Friday he is joining the Giving Pledge, committing to give the majority of...

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OKC's Heritage Hills East lands on National Register of Historic Places

Heritage Hills East is a mere sliver compared to its bigger neighbor to the west, stately Heritage Hills, but its roots are...

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A COVID positive: At Home stores soar, and a new one in OKC is back on track

The home decor superstore chain shut down all of its locations in March and April because of the coronavirus. It also halted...

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Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Dec. 19, 2020

Price Edwards & Co. reports these real estate transactions: • Troops Refrigeration LLC leased 4,000 square feet of...

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Your house could hold more cash than you

Feeling rich? House rich? House richer anyway? You probably are, although it's just on paper unless you spend it. The rising...

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Texas developer is bringing 55+ 'active adult' apartments to Norman, Oklahoma

A Texas developer has started work on Sage Cobblestone, an "active adult" apartment complex in Norman with an emphasis on...

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Recap: OKC Central Live Chat with Steve Lackmeyer

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Gov. Kevin Stitt's secretary of digital transformation indicted

The state's multicounty grand jury has indicted Gov. Kevin Stitt's secretary of digital transformation and administration....

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$8.7 million in CARES funds could go to Oklahoma County's small business relief program, local health department

Dozens of small businesses and nonprofits that applied for but did not receive funding from Oklahoma County’s small business...

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Rep.-elect Stephanie Bice hires chief of staff, awaits committee assignments

U.S. Rep.-elect Stephanie Bice has tapped her campaign finance consultant as her chief of staff and is seeking a spot on either...

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Buy For Less, Uptown Grocery stores to be sold as chain winds down operations

Buy For Less is set to sell seven of its 11 metro-area stores, including its two Uptown Grocery locations, as it continues to...

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Popular Sooner Legends, restaurant-motel-bar in Norman to be torn down

NORMAN — Sooner Legends Inn & Suites in Norman has sold and the building will be torn down, auctioneer Louis Dakil said....

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Achievers: OKC student receives scholarship

Emily North, who is studying biology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, was among the recently announced scholarship...

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Achievers: Metro Tech teacher receives 2021 national award

Amanda English has been named the 2021 National Association of Career & Technical Education (ACTE) Teacher of the Year. She...

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Achievers: Oklahoma Hospital Association presents awards

Health care professionals from throughout the state attended the Oklahoma Hospital Association’s Virtual Annual Convention...

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Achievers: Moore Norman Tech professionals selected for leadership program

Moore Norman Technology Center's Health Career Programs director Wendy Perry and Outreach coordinator Jennifer Tupper were...

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A Black man killed by OKC police had severe mental illness; the officers had no crisis intervention certification.

Two Oklahoma City police officers involved in the shooting death of a 60-year-old mentally ill Black man do not have crisis...

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Adopt a pet: They're eager to please a new family

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Your high school reunion might be set for 2021

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Family of Stavian Rodriguez, 15, files claim against OKC over shooting death by police

An attorney for the family of a 15-year-old boy shot and killed by Oklahoma City police last month announced Monday they are...

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Do you have some news to share?

Did you recently win an award or receive well-deserved recognition? Or maybe you have an upcoming event you want The...

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Having a 50th anniversary? Let everyone know

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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Construction coming to busy spots on Interstate 35 in OKC metro

The job of maintaining and rebuilding Interstate 35 in the metro won’t end anytime soon due to rising traffic counts and...

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Merger of two large OKC marketing firms scrapped

A highly anticipated merger between two advertising and marketing firms, Saxum and VI Marketing, is being called off. The plan...

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Cox Center transformation into Prairie Surf Studios requires more than new signage

The Cox Convention Center's signs soon will be coming down and visitors instead will be introduced to Prairie Surf Studios as...

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Could OKC run out of houses?

Forecasting "more of the same" of anything from 2020 in 2021 could strike fear in the heart — but not in the housing market,...

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Holding 5 spots in line is not fine

QUESTION: I was in line at Best Buy last weekend and had been waiting for about an hour and was ready to go in the door, when...

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Protesters against deadly OKC police shootings call out Mayor Holt, clash with Trump supporters

Two long days of protests against police shootings in Oklahoma City started Friday afternoon in a blood-stained parking lot on...

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Law professor says OKC's appeal of panhandling ordinance ruling is futile

An attorney who challenged a panhandling ordinance says the Oklahoma City Council's attempt to revive the measure before the...

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Thousands without power Sunday as winter weather moves through Oklahoma

Over 600 Oklahomans are without power Sunday as winter weather moved through the state.

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Melvin Todd, a 'giant' in Oklahoma education, dies after contracting COVID-19

One of Oklahoma’s most consequential educators has died, leaving a trailblazing legacy of leadership through racial...

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Inside a COVID ICU in Oklahoma City: ‘Our hospitals are begging for help’

A corner of the third-floor COVID-19 unit at SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital overlooks a stretch of Midtown known for its bars,...

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Cherokee Nation housing director starts at HUD

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee citizen Gary Cooper, executive director of the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation, has moved to the...

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How to find the comforts of anywhere but home for the holidays

During the holidays, you may be seeking comfort, whether that’s the comfort of home — or anywhere but home. With travel...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Dec. 12, 2020

• Tap Architecture, 800 W California Ave., group home, remodel, $1,000,000. • Lord Construction Service, 1 NE 7, restaurant,...

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Burning a tree in the fireplace is a risky way to end the holidays

DEAR BARRY: I'm writing to share some fireplace maintenance advice that may be of benefit to your readers. Let them know they...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Dec. 12, 2020

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $50 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Check out The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Dec. 12, 2020

The Listing of the Week is a totally remodeled Craftsman in Uptown. The 1,254-square-foot home at 1204 NW 44 has three bedrooms...

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OKC-area garden events calendar from The Oklahoman for Dec. 12, 2020

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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Office plans, like the coronavirus, are up in the air

Office climes, they are a-changin' — although exactly how, and to what extent, and for how long, and at what cost, all remain...

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No Yule rules: OKC-area Christmas decorations up early will probably stay late

Christmas came early this year, judging by how fast decorations went up, and the Yuletide will probably linger longer than...

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Moesel: Gift guide for the gardeners in your life

Christmas is just a little less than two weeks from now, and there are many ways to involve plants in your celebrations. For...

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Wiggin Properties acquires M.D. Medical Tower and other real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Dec. 12, 2020

MIDWEST CITY — MD Medical Limited Partnership, an affiliate of Wiggin Properties, has bought M.D. Medical Tower, 8121 National...

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Recap: OKC Central Live Chat with Steve Lackmeyer

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Olain Jefferson Jr. death in custody: Oklahoma City Police video shows struggle

Oklahoma City police body camera footage of the night a 56-year-old Black man died in custody shows medical personnel...

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Myriad Gardens planning Holiday Market after Devon Ice Rink canceled

Attendees will be able to do their holiday shopping and support local vendors, partake of food trucks fare and check out the...

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Lineman injured after Oklahoma ice storm recovering at home

A lineman critically injured while responding to last month’s ice storms is back at home with family and recovering. Marshall...

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OKCPD's first Hispanic deputy chief named police chief in Fresno, California

Paco Balderrama, who was heavily involved in community outreach on behalf of the Oklahoma City Police Department, served as the...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Booming history

We are running a #ThrowbackThursday image each week, showcasing Oklahoma’s history. Be sure to follow us on Twitter...

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Achievers: Oklahoma Bar Association honors award recipients

Lawyers, judges and several organizations from across Oklahoma were recently honored with awards during the Oklahoma Bar...

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Cristo Rey OKC Catholic High School seeking business partners for student work study

Cristo Rey Oklahoma City Catholic High School is calling on Oklahoma City businesses to become a partner and help train...

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Achievers: Oklahoma City CPA named public service award recipient

Carlos E. Johnson, CPA, Ed.D., of Oklahoma City, was recently recognized as the recipient of the 2020 William H. Van Rensselaer...

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Achievers: Rose State College awards 10 educators with Golden Apple Award

Rose State College has awarded 10 educators from across the state with the Golden Apple Award, presented annually to...

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Lease approved: OKC's Cox Center now in the movie business

Film production will begin at the Cox Convention Center as soon as next month following approval Tuesday of a lease that will...

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Dishman: OKC bar owner says curfew killing business

COVID-19 sure doesn't discriminate, but a state curfew hurts some businesses more than others. Restaurants and bars are...

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Paycom plans drive-in theater, food truck court

Paycom, one of Oklahoma City’s largest employers, is planning to build a drive-in theater and food truck court adjoining its...

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Oklahoma County's housing assistance program likely won't spend CARES Act funds before deadline

Hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal coronavirus relief funding that Oklahoma County dedicated to housing assistance...

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Animals need homes in time for the holidays

Oklahoma City Animal Welfare is having its most successful year in the shelter’s history. We have set the goal of saving 90% of...

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Adopt a pet: Welcome a new pet into your home

Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted hours of operation or...

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Has your high school reunion been postponed until 2021?

Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, venues and businesses might be temporarily closed. Please confirm...

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Shazam! Back-to-back Zachary Levi movies filming in Oklahoma

Levi starred in the hit 2019 DC Comics movie adaptation "Shazam!" and is set to reprise the role in the sequel "Shazam! Fury of...

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It's a big deal to be married 50 years or more. Let's celebrate!

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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No wedding ceremony, no gift? Here's what our columnists say

QUESTION: Several times in the last year, I have been invited to wedding showers for brides and grooms but not invited to the...

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Storm debris: 9,000 tons down; 91,000 tons to go

Panhandling case returns The city council scheduled a discussion Tuesday on whether to seek review by the U.S. Supreme Court of...

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Oklahoma Historical Society adds wives' names to Overholser Mansion and Drummond home

The Oklahoma Historical Society Board of Directors has voted to change the names of two state-owned historic homes "to...

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Oklahoma County officials unsure if CARES Act funds will be spent by deadline

With just a few weeks left to spend federal coronavirus relief funds, Oklahoma County officials feel the pressure to find ways...

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Oklahoma gardening events

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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Commentary: Americans love their homes — maybe a little too much

As questions go, this one troubles me a lot: Do we love our homes more than we should? It bothers me because I've been a...

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Marni Jameson: And then there were none ― a lesson in celebrating small

As if families don’t have enough to squabble about, now we have coronavirus conflicts. On the one side are family members who...

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Telemedicine lets you click with your doctor from home

As a busy real estate agent, Antonia Williams-Gary, 71, spends much of her day on Zoom calls, so it was no big deal when she...

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Oklahoma funding allocation will generate 695 affordable housing units

Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency's Board of Trustees allocated federal Affordable Housing Tax Credits and Home Investment...

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How to boost holiday cheer at home during a socially distant season

Unfortunately, many Americans will be unable to celebrate the holidays with their extended family and friends in person this...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Dec. 5, 2020

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $47 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Branching out to buy real Christmas tree? You have some options

You have several options when it comes to choosing a real Christmas tree, including precut trees, locally farmed trees and...

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Check out The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Dec. 5, 2020

The Listing of the Week is a roomy home with a big backyard, pool and deck in Tuttle's Riata Ranch addition. The...

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Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Dec. 5, 2020

Price Edwards & Co. reports these real estate transactions: • Michael O'Hare, LLC leased 10,000 square feet of industrial...

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Retail triple play: Mathis Brothers taking a Sleep Center, La-Z-Boy and Ashley Furniture to new Oklahoma location

Mathis Brothers is headed to Shawnee with three of its retail concepts in one place: Mathis Sleep Center, Ashley Furniture and...

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De-toured: Coronavirus cuts OKC historic home tours in 2020

The coronavirus has kept people home since March — in their own homes, not others' — and it's stopped longstanding home and...

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Here are some entertainment options in OKC area in coming week

FOUR SCORE: The Paseo Arts Association’s annual Deck the Walls 4x4 Art Show and Auction is virtual this year, concluding...

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$5.8 million in federal relief will allow free COVID-19 testing to continue at IMMY labs

The State Department of Health has allocated an additional $5.8 million in federal CARES Act funding to IMMY Labs to ensure...

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#ThrowbackThursday: 1947 cattle call for Britton street corral

We are running a #ThrowbackThursday image each week, showcasing Oklahoma’s history. Be sure to follow us on Twitter...

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Your new house could cost less if the U.S. and Canada keep working through their lumber trade dispute

Skyrocketing lumber prices have added $10,000-$15,000 on average to the cost of a new house, so a reduction in duties on...

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800 business, nonprofit applications shut down Oklahoma County's COVID-19 financial relief program

Oklahoma County’s $15 million COVID-19 relief program for small businesses and nonprofits had to stop taking applications just...

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Achievers: SWOSU biology students receive funding to support research projects

Three Southwestern Oklahoma State University biology students at Weatherford recently received funding from the Beta Beta Beta...

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Achievers: Heritage Hall alum gets scholarship

The Heritage Hall Alumni Association recently recognized Anoushka Mullasseril, of the Heritage Hall class of 2015, as its first...

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Catch some trout for dinner at Dolese Park Pond

A special trout fishing season has started at the Dolese Park Pond in Dolese Youth Park, 5105 NW 50. The season will continue...

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Go see Oklahoma National Guard Gold Star Tree at Oklahoma History Center

The Oklahoma National Guard Gold Star Tree, which honors the 20 Oklahoma National Guard members who died while serving overseas...

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OKC ends COVID curfew enforcement on bars, but legal battle continues

Local police won’t be busting bar and restaurant owners in Oklahoma City for breaking an 11 p.m. curfew, but state agents...

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COVID-19 takes life of prominent OKC preservation leader

Oklahoma City’s preservation community lost one of its leading voices on Thanksgiving when COVID-19 took the life of Bill...

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Learn what Norman Animal Welfare services have been altered due to rising COVID-19 cases

NORMAN — In an effort to limit exposure and transmission of COVID-19, Norman Animal Welfare services will be altered and all...

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Adopt a pet: Need a gentle walking buddy?

Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted hours of operation or...

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Check out this list for your high school reunion

Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, venues and businesses might be temporarily closed. Please confirm...

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Having a 50th anniversary? Let everyone know

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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Civic 'doer' leaves gap for city after dying from COVID-19

Mike McAuliffe, a long time civic leader who launched the Oklahoma River Christmas Parade and the city’s Jazz Festivals and...

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Will lawmakers require state jails to cooperate with ICE?

Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey wants a judge to put off until April a ruling on whether the jail has to fully...

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Selling your house? Looking to buy? Here's what to expect from the marketplace during the coronavirus pandemic

Home shopping, showing, open houses and other routines of the housing market, which went digital as the coronavirus was...

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Oklahoma's healthcare workers say COVID surge has made hospital atmospheres 'bleak'

Standing outside of Integris Baptist Medical Center on the first day of May, a group of nurses and doctors turned and looked to...

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Upgrades coming to OKC Thunder home Chesapeake Energy Arena

Downtown's NBA arena is set for pandemic-related and wireless phone service improvements approved by the city council. The NBA...

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20-40-60 Etiquette: Wedding decisions depend on who's paying

QUESTION: We changed our wedding plans to a much smaller wedding venue and now do not plan to include many of our extended...

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Light show teases at future for Union Station

The historic Union Station is being showcased as part of Scissortail Park with a holiday musical illumination display that will...

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Sunday Morning - Nov. 29, 2020 - Helen Ford Wallace

POSTCARD PERSPECTIVES Art opening: Artspace at Untitled’s annual Postcard Perspectives Exhibition Opening was held last...

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After shooting death of teen boy suspected of robbery, OKC police union issues statement supporting police

A top leader of the Oklahoma City police union issued a statement Friday supporting officers involved in the shooting death of...

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School districts pleading for Oklahoma to curb COVID-19

As Oklahoma’s rates of COVID-19 skyrocket, school districts are begging the public to help keep their doors open. Many metro...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Nov. 28, 2020

• Industrial Developers of Oklahoma, 3401 S Council Road, shell building, shell, $3,594,120. • Dayjay Associates, 2501 W...

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Check out The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Nov. 28, 2020

The Listing of the Week has features to the ceilings on 2 acres in Arcadia. The two-story, 4,207-square-foot home at 1232...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Nov. 28, 2020

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $40 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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Marni Jameson: The bar cart is back, and here are 10 top-shelf tips for more stylish sips

Cancel the caroling, disease experts say. It spews respiratory droplets in the air. And no loud music. It makes people shout...

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Millennial and Gen Z veterans flock to VA-backed home loans

Adam Seidler set several goals to hit by the time he turned 30, including start a family and own a home. With the help of a...

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Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Nov. 28, 2020

Price Edwards & Co. reports these real estate transactions: • 5280 Trimmers leased 2,500 square feet of space at 2818-B W...

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Not a non sequitur: Commercial real estate watches the business world go round

A new "OKC Vitality Report" from Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort is a good reminder that commercial landlords, property...

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'Snow' skiing coming to the Oklahoma River

Alpine skiing and snowboarding is coming to Oklahoma City with plans to open a new indoor slope at Riversport park along the...

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It's a seller's market in the Oklahoma City metro area

Metro-area homebuilders are building more houses than they have in seven years, but the market keeps soaking them up, as well...

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Oklahoma City garden events calendar for Nov. 28, 2020

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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What home shoppers can expect from homebuilders during the coronavirus pandemic

Buying a house sight unseen is fine for out-of-staters, but homebuilders say Oklahomans still want to walk the floors first —...

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Moesel: Nature gets ready to deck the halls

Hope you had a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving. Gardeners have so much to be thankful for as we get a front row seat to...

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Bartenders, club owners sue OKC, Holt over COVID curfew

Saying their rights have been violated and they’ve lost income, some owners of metro area nightspots along with a group of...

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Trivia: Thanksgiving traditions, Oklahoma history

We put a few people to the test for a special Thanksgiving edition of Trivia Tuesday. Watch the video above to...

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OKC search crew retrieves man's body from Lake Hefner

Authorities have recovered the body of a 19-year-old man who drowned in Lake Hefner. Around 1:11 a.m. Tuesday, the Oklahoma...

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Germans from Russia group to explore Christmas traditions over Zoom

The Central Oklahoma Chapter of the American Historical Society Of Germans From Russia will discuss Christmas traditions over...

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Black Oklahomans may apply for entrepreneurship academy in January

Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County (OIC) has been awarded $50,000 from the OKC Black Justice Fund to...

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Are you cut out for a new career? Metro Tech is offering a new barbering program

Metro Tech is launching a new barbering program in a new space and accepting enrollment applications. Students will learn...

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Aaron Fetrow named new Heritage Hall president

Aaron Fetrow has been appointed president of Heritage Hall, effective July 1, 2021, announced the Heritage Hall Board of...

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An ID tag is your pet's quickest way home

In 2019, about 9,700 stray dogs and nearly 5,800 stray cats entered the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter. Only 2,260 of those were...

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Check our list for your high school reunion

Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, venues and businesses might be temporarily closed. Please confirm...

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Adopt a pet: Here's a double dose of Coco to keep your dog-loving heart warm

Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted hours of operation or...

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Teen boy killed by OKC police in suspected armed robbery attempt

Oklahoma City police shot and killed a 15-year-old they say was armed and suspected of trying to rob a gas station Monday...

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Parents demand open schools, greater voice during COVID-19 pandemic

Frustrated with their options for in-person learning, some Oklahoma parents say they want fully open schools and a seat at the...

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Oklahoma History Center opens new photography exhibit

The Oklahoma History Center will open a new photography exhibit titled “Born Dry: Prohibition in Oklahoma” on Wednesday. The...

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20-40-60 ETIQUETTE: How to keep a conversation from retiring

QUESTION: I am retired from a longtime job. When people ask me, in polite conversation at a party, "what do you do?” I tell...

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OKC City Council to vote on mask mandate extension

COVID-19: City council to vote on mask mandate extension The Oklahoma City Council will vote Tuesday on a six-week extension of...

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New homeless shelter may provide additional beds during COVID-19 pandemic

Oklahoma City’s homeless shelters collectively cut bed space by roughly a third this year to allow for social distancing during...

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'A sad time.' Central Presbyterian Church, a familiar OKC landmark, expected to be torn down

Bobbie Heimbach knows the landscape at a busy intersection near her home soon will change dramatically. Central Presbyterian...

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Sunday Morning: Ree Drummond's new book; Small Works, Great Wonders art exhibit; OKCPHIL and OKC Orchestra; and Daughters of the American Revolution

REE WRITES NEW BOOK Virtual Book Tour: Ree Drummond’s new book “Frontier Follies” was released Tuesday and she hosted a...

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OKC airport traffic expected to shrink amid COVID concerns as CDC warns against Thanksgiving travel

Roughly half as many people are expected to fly out of Oklahoma City for Thanksgiving this year compared to 2019, according to...

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How to make school at home easier for your kid

School closures and hybrid learning models have forced educators, parents and students to adapt to new forms of learning,...

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Holiday Market opens Friday

Brick's Garden Exchange, 4027 N Classen Blvd., will open Brick's Holiday Market at 10 a.m. Friday with fresh wreaths, ristras,...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Nov. 21, 2020

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $76 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B....

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OKC-area garden events calendar from The Oklahoman for Nov. 21, 2020

To submit items, send an email to Richard Mize at rmize@oklahoman.com. In the subject line, put "Garden calendar.” Please...

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Kanela & Co. joins McGraw Realtors

Kanela & Co. has joined Tulsa-based McGraw Realtors' expansion in Oklahoma City. Kanela & Co., 6307 Waterford Blvd.,...

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Check out The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Nov. 21, 2020

The Listing of the Week is a one-owner home with loads of outdoor living space in the Muirfield Village neighborhood, southwest...

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Filing shows how pandemic slammed Airbnb

Airbnb Inc., after years of speculation, revealed its plans for an initial public offering, disclosing increased losses this...

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City Realtor graduates from national Leadership Academy

Becky Karpe, past president of the Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors, graduated from the National Association of...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Nov. 21, 2020

RBA Architects: 6125 NW Grand Blvd., shell building, erect, $18,000,000. Public Works Department: 909 Frederick Douglass Ave.,...