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Jim Couch Headshot

Three community leaders receive awards from Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.

Jim Couch, Leslie Batchelor and Mark Beffort are being recognized for their work in the development of OKC.

School board bucks

Unofficial results from the Oklahoma County Election Board show that Hardin, a former development officer for the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, received 51 percent of the vote, or 3,376 total votes. An entrepreneur and founder of Friends of Northwest Classen High School Foundation, Hardin had outraised Monson by a nearly 5-to-1 margin in

Myriad Gardens is a dream come true

Now, after more than 40 years, I can breathe normally, thanks to the vision of another energy executive, Larry Nichols, whose determined efforts have allowed Mr. McGee’s audacious plan to be realized. Oklahomans are not by nature or history a patient people, and support for the realization of the vast potential of the gardens has

Charter connection

The charter will be unique, officials said, since it will be the school district applying for the charter. The school, which will be named the John W. Rex Elementary, will have a capacity of 500 students in grades prekindergarten through sixth grade and be governed by a 15-member board selected by OKCPS and the nonprofit

Devon celebrates topping out tower

On Sept. 21, Devon officials joined with construction workers who are building the Devon Energy Center for a topping-out ceremony. The ceremonial final steel beam and a small tree were hoisted up to the top of the 50-story structure by one of the large cranes that have been a fixture on the skyline for more

Alley oops

What? All over the city, we have inventions called traffic control systems and sidewalks to help her. If people are dumb enough to purchase those overpriced, poorly located tiny boxes that pass for housing near Bricktown, just so they can walk to the park, then they need to question their own desire to walk. They

Money wins

WARD 8Ward 8 challenger Clifford Hearron raised a total of around $13,700. Hearron’s opponent, incumbent Patrick Ryan, raised about $122,400, with legal maximum donations of $5,000 coming from Clayton Bennett, owner of the Oklahoma City Thunder, chairman of Dorchester Capital LLC and past chair of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber; Larry Nichols, Devon Energy executive

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