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Pat Ryan

News briefs: Councilman Pat Ryan retires, school board rejects OKC Bounty Hunters and more

  So long “Your paper once called me a ‘grumpy old man,’” Councilman Pat Ryan (pictured) told the Oklahoma Gazette reporter in his office before a long pause. “That’s the only thing you’ve ever got right about me.” Ryan, a 10-year member of the Oklahoma City Council, often came across as a man with rough

37.15 Bombing cover final

Cover Story Teaser: More than a somber anniversary, this year also marks the two-decade renaissance of our city

Twenty years have passed since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. In this issue, Oklahoma Gazette looks at how it still impacts city development and growth, how our interfaith communities pulled together and why our reaction helped redefine our city and state. P.4, 6, 14, 26, 29, 30

Cover story teaser: Architecture Week celebrates incredible talent that helps design, develop and define our city

Oklahoma City celebrates its eclectic style, development and redevelopment this week during Architecture Week. It runs through Saturday with tours, awards ceremonies, photo exhibits and youth events. OKC’s economic growth propels continued building and impacts the possible survival of the central business district’s few remaining historic structures. On the cover: Award-winning 828 Residence. Story by

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