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The future home of the Manuel Perez Park sign in front of the parkland near S. Robinson Avenue and SE 17th Street. (Photo Laura Eastes)

Manuel Perez Jr., along with Oklahoma Medal of Honor recipients, is memorialized in riverfront park

Manuel Perez Jr., along with Oklahoma Medal of Honor recipients, is memorialized in riverfront park

Manuel Perez Jr., along with Oklahoma Medal of Honor recipients, is memorialized in riverfront park.

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Far Western shows Japan’s country music and bluegrass scenes at deadCenter Film Festival

The documentary screens 7 p.m. Saturday and 12:30 Sunday at Harkins Theatres Bricktown 16.

First Christian Church, 301 NW 36th St. OKC.  mh

OKC’s iconic Church of Tomorrow and surrounding land for sale

Restoration Church at the Dome and the 31.8 acres it sits on are listed as development land at $8.2 million.

Saluting the ‘Greatest Generation’

It was an effective snapshot regarding the lives, the deeds, the perspective — and the passing — of certain members of what many refer to as “the Greatest Generation.” There could quite possibly be a small percentage of contemporary readers and members of the Tea Party circuit who might say that the cover photo “said

Twilight’s last gleaming

Credit: Mark Hancock When the battle for Okinawa ended, 12,500 Americans had been killed or lost. The Japanese lost more than 100,000. Fenwick, hailing from southeastern Oklahoma, was a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman, an advanced kind of medical personnel who landed with the Marines. He almost didn’t make the battle when his first landing craft

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