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Newly renovated apartments at Page Woodson School, Wednesday, June 7, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Former Page Woodson School gets reimagined as a housing complex

Former Page Woodson School gets reimagined as a housing complex

The Douglass offers a range of affordable options.

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Letters to the Editor: June 14, 2017

Our legislators that we vote in every election are going to keep making the same repetitive mistakes year after year.

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Cover Teaser: FALL FROM GRACE: Tate Publishing authors speak out

Oklahoma’s Tate family launched Tate Publishing and Enterprises in 2001 and quickly grew into a Christian-based company promoting and publishing authors and musicians. Its meteoric rise as an author- and employee-focused local business, however, has crumbled into mounting claims of misconduct, lawsuits and criminal charges. By Laura Eastes. 

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Integris joins a public-private initiative to better serve patients and cut costs

“From a funding standpoint, the fundamental difference is [medical providers] receive a care management fee,” said Sunnie Glover, Integris’ vice president of professional services and development.

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Filmmaker Mike Mitchell receives deadCenter Film Festival award

It all began in Oklahoma City’s northwest suburbs in the 1980s. Mike Mitchell had a Mongoose bike, an 8mm camera and several buddies. Perhaps more importantly, he had imagination. “We went all over to creeks and on the back roads,” Mitchell recalled during a recent Oklahoma Gazette interview. “At that time, you didn’t have to

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Chicken-Fried News: Seeing gold

Facebook and other social media platforms can sometimes morph into places where loose circles of friends complain about society’s various woes. Yet on occasion, some truly heartwarming content can seep through and become viral. One such instance occurred in late May, when 12-year-old Oklahoma City resident Darci Lynne Farmer shared her impressive ventriloquism act on

OK County Commissioner Brian Maughan poses for a photo, Wednesday, May 31, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Mayoral candidates have begun to emerge after Mick Cornett announced he’s not seeking reelection

The race for Oklahoma City’s next mayor began to take shape after Mayor Mick Cornett’s February announcement that he would not seek a fifth term in office. Within days, State Sen. David Holt, Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan and political newcomer Marina Mangiaracina declared their interest. Those three remain as the field’s only public entrants

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