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Authors, geneology researchers, journalists and students use Oklahoma Historical Society’s Research Center for their projects. | Photo Oklahoma Historical Society / provided

Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center forced to cut open hours

Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center forced to cut open hours

The library, reading room and research center are now closed on Mondays.

Senator Brian Crain speaks to attendees at the launch of Reason for Reform Campaign at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, August 3, 2016.  (Emmy Verdin)

Local leaders call for immigration law changes

Immigrants trying to become U.S. citizens face unknown hurdles that take years and thousands of dollars to cross.

Oklahoma County ranked No. 1 in oil-producing economies in a recent study. | Photo Gazette / file

Oklahoma County lead the county in job creation in the oil and gas industry

A diversified oil and gas economy greatly contributed to Oklahoma County’s success.

A pot hole on N.W. 36th Street causes traffic to veer left to keep from hitting it, near the First Christian (Egg) Church.  mh

OKC residents are most concerned about the state of city streets

The 2016 City of Oklahoma City Citizen Survey shows OKC residents have consistently worried about driving conditions and travel infrastructure.

Alexis Daniels works with her Pre-K students at F.D. Moon Elementary recently.  mh

Northeast Task Force looks at new ways to improve performance in Oklahoma City Public Schools

The task force concept was first introduced at a district board meeting in July.

Mickey Dollens walks a neighborhood in District 93 asking for support, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Minority voters have significant impact on upcoming elections

Candidates in upcoming local elections encourage everyone to vote and listen to constituents’ concerns.

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Main Street Arcade reopens to favorable fanfare

Main Street Arcade, renovated by Gardner Architects and Lingo Construction, reopened in early August.

Ward 5 Councilman David Greenwell, and Ward 6 Councilwoman Meg Salyer, listen to Curbside Chronicle editor, Rayna O'Connor, speak during the 12-2-15 Oklahoma City Council meeting.  (Mark Hancock)

Oklahoma City Council votes to form tax force focused on reform

Oklahoma City Council and others seek reforms and more transparency in Oklahoma tax laws.

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Cover Story: Local Zika prevention plan in place as community given safety and prevention tips

“Protect yourself. That’s the message,” Maytubby said. “Wear insect repellent and take precautions to lower your risk of being bitten.”

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