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Official tapestry of Blessed Stanley Francis Rother

Martyred Oklahoma priest beatified, positioned for sainthood

Martyred Okarche native Father Stanley Rother was beatified, or declared blessed, in an elaborate and moving Mass Saturday. Over 20,000 attended at the Cox Convention...
Plaza Mayor sign stranded

Stranded but resilient, Plaza Mayor merchants start over

Mall merchants were left stranded within weeks of the busiest shopping days of the year when Plaza Mayor mall closed Oct. 31. The notice they...
Curbside Chronicle Offices

Small staff, big impact – Curbside Chronicle fights homelessness

Curbside Chronicle is well-known in the core of the metro where about 50 vendors wearing the signature green smocks sell the award-winning magazine at...
Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, OKC, 2017

Diverse faith communities join for Thanksgiving service

Leaders and representatives of 11 faith communities helped lead the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service at Mayflower Congregational Church Tuesday. It was an extraordinary display of unity...
Myriad Gardens crowd for eclipse

Crowd packs Myriad Gardens for eclipse, socializing

It was hard to tell what people's motivations were for being in Myriad Gardens downtown Monday. Presumably, it was to look at the eclipse. But...

Bombing memorial service shows resolve for 22nd year

Senator James Lankford provided a sampling of the resolve Oklahomans have had since the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. “When we come together to pray...
Manuel Perez

New riverfront park to be named after Hispanic WWII hero

A new 27-acre riverfront park has been established by the Oklahoma City Council. A Hispanic WWII hero’s name will be transferred to it from...
Geo Morgan - Mia Saavedra

Mariachi summer camp encourages skill and pride

Emmanuel Terrazas likes to play his trumpet, and he plays it a lot during the school year. As a freshman at Del City High School...
Capitol Hill Library ribbon cut

Big emotions mark Capitol Hill Library opening

“My legs are shaking. My voice is probably shaking. I am so excited.” said Mary Sosa, a longtime Capitol Hill civic leader. She talked with...
Anna Loarca

“Day without immigrants” strike reaches Okla City

From public protests downtown to the SW 29th street corridor of Hispanic-owned businesses and to the west side, Oklahoma City was a part of...

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