OKG was launched Oct. 15, 1979, by owner and publisher Bill Bleakley. Today, its cume readership tops 206,000.
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When Oklahoma Gazette first hit stands in 1979, it came at a turning point for Oklahoma City.
From Republican to Democrat, young to old, artistic to news-hound, fans pick up Oklahoma Gazette from more than 800 locations every week.
Oklahoma, maybe today we’re the 42nd worst bike-friendly state in the nation, but I’m betting that when the next rankings are released, we’ve moved up a few notches.
Oklahoma City was recently named the 10th best city to start a small business by a San Francisco based professional services website.
What better way to celebrate your freedom than grilling it to perfection over an open flame? We’ve combed local meat markets for the best ingredients.
Whether you’re visiting Red Rock Canyon State Park; the cold, clear water
at Turner Falls; or even just Mom and Dad’s house, we’ve compiled a list of local merchants who can help you get stocked up for the trip. Make sure you pack your sunscreen!
Robert Neu started his new career this week as the uperintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools. It started with a text that said, “Tag, you’re it.”
“We haven’t discussed it as a team, but everybody is pretty knowledgeable of the situation,” Russell Westbrook said following a Monday practice. Sterling, owner of the Clippers since 1981, was caught making racist remarks in an audio recording posted by TMZ and Deadspin. Sterling appears to disparage a female friend for posting photos of herself…