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OKG Newsletter


Topic: safe

Tornado watch

Tornado preparedness is necessary


Features

Gazette staff
As recent tornado activity in the metro proved, it’s better to be safe than sorry, and part of being safe is having a disaster preparedness plan in place.
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Shelter from the storm

A public-service project and state incentive programs aim to help individuals be prepared during tornadic trepidation.


News

Alex Ewald
During one of May’s tornadic storms, Oklahoma City resident Joshua Trent was inspired after his dad called from Calumet, where five of the storms’ deaths occurred, asking him the location of the closest storm shelter.
 
Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Safe

Because ‘Safe’ doesn’t play that way, it succeeds.


Action

Rod Lott
Because she has a photographic memory for digits, 11-year-old Mei (newcomer Catherine Chan) was kidnapped and taken from Beijing to Brooklyn to "count" for the Chinese Triads, like a pint-sized accountant who needs no calculator.
 
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Oklahoma’s animal house


Commentary

Louisa McCune-Elmore
In July, I asked Roy Lee Lindsey, executive director of the Oklahoma Pork Council, for a favor — to pick up philosopher Bernard Rollin at Will Rogers World Airport in five o’clock traffic and bring him to the Kirkpatrick Foundation for a cocktail reception.
 
Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Full of hope

Bags of Hope was started by teenager eager to help women escape domestic violence.


News

M.A. Smith
The South has always been a target for domestic violence. In fact, seven out of ten Southern states, including Oklahoma, were recently declared to have the highest number of domestic violence-related deaths.
 
Monday, December 23, 2013
 
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