Skyline: Timeline uses color coding to represent yearly milestone’s in Oklahoma’s last six decades.
The State Capital Publishing Company building, formerly a museum, remains vacant as recent plans fall through.
“We’re still a relatively young museum, and we have a pretty eclectic collection. The exhibition reflects that,” Anderson said.
Museum hotel management hinted it will unveil more surprises and artistic projects leading up to its anticipated opening in June.
Members of the NAACP Youth Council spurred the civil rights movement in Oklahoma City by conducting peaceful sit-ins at local businesses.
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Accountability. More than anything else, this dominates Oklahoma County’s elected leaders’ thoughts as they and the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce ponder the possibility of calling an election asking voters to consider two jail-related proposed sales taxes.
We’ve talked about the need to replace Oklahoma County’s jail before.
With no eyewitnesses, no murder weapon and only the barest of circumstantial evidence, the men on the jury were asked to convict a man and send him to his death simply because he was black and wore winter attire near the murder of a white man.
Workers renovating Emerson High School found 100-year-old chalkboard drawings.