Is the famed Apache warrior still buried at Fort Sill, or were his remains stolen?
Features Ron J. Jackson
Thousands of tourists flock to historic Fort Sill each year to view the
grave of Chiricahua Apache warrior Geronimo. Many even cross oceans to
leave burnt cedar offerings, coins and other strange trinkets at his
CFN Gazette staff
As if there wasn’t enough to see and do at a Flaming Lips show, a St.
Louis newsweekly has created Flaming Lips bingo cards. While it’s
unlikely Wayne Coyne will be calling out B-9 or A-17 at shows, players
can daub their cards for spotting things like a Confetti Cannon, a
Creepy Santa, Fake Blood and Lady Parts, illustrated on one of six
different cards, each with 25 squares.
Increased use of tax incentive districts help support the development of some of OKC’s largest projects.
News Ben Felder
Some of Oklahoma City’s largest developments — the revitalized Skirvin
Hilton Hotel, the Oklahoma Health Center complex and the massive Project
180 downtown streetscape renewal program — would not have been possible
without the use of tax incentives, say city officials and economic