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LIFE FOOD & DRINK The Park House restaurant will host an Easter Sunday brunch to celebrate the holiday. Chef Jeffrey Holloway will prepare an endless buffet of seasonal dishes and brunch favorites like eggs, house-made sausage, fresh fruits, salads and sides. The restaurant at Myriad Botanical Gardens offers guests a 180-degree view of Crystal Bridge

Take Shelter Oklahoma files lawsuit against attorney general

The lawsuit made its way to the state Supreme Court, which ruled last week that Pruitt’s changes to the petition were valid. However, the court also gave Take Shelter Oklahoma another 90 days to collect signatures. “We do believe the ballot language used by the attorney general is not fair. We think it’s inaccurate, and

Court gives mixed ruling in storm shelter fight

Take Shelter Oklahoma, a group that had been collecting signatures to force a ballot question to use $500 million in state bonds to build shelters, filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Scott Pruitt last year after he changed the language on their petition and ballot. The lawsuit made its way to the state Supreme Court,

Flying in unison

Barbara S. Scott When speaking about topics close to one’s heart, sometimes passion makes up for polish. Michael Collins, marketing and promotions director for Special Care Inc., might not blow anyone away with his presentations, but when he starts to talk about the program that helps children, good luck finding anyone with his level of

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The Sam Noble Museum of Natural History presents Spring Break Escape, a week of educational fun for kids and parents alike. Wednesday will be a wild day of fun all about animals. Children can create animalthemed masks and visit the museum’s collection of mammals, amphibians and reptiles. Thursday will offer visitors science activities, while budding

To pledge, or not to pledge

Apparently that’s not good enough for lawmakers who have authored two bills making their way through the state Senate. KFOR reported Senate Bill 1143 and Senate Bill 1500 both passed the Senate Education Committee and are headed to the full Senate. SB 1143 would require elementary students in public schools to recite the Pledge of

Shelter petition group files suit against governor

Take Shelter, represented by Oklahoma City attorney David Slane, has alleged in court documents that Fallin, Attorney General Scott Pruitt and the State Chamber of Commerce conspired to defeat the petition drive, which required 160,000 signatures so the measure could be decided by voters. Slane claims the emails are necessary for a Feb. 25 Oklahoma

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