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Capitol Hill Library ribbon cut

Big emotions mark Capitol Hill Library opening

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“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...
Dancers in the Parade of the Americas

Fiestas de las Americas touches southside hearts

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“This is a thing that is very special for us. It's dear to our heart. It's a celebration that we take pride in every...
Official tapestry of Blessed Stanley Francis Rother

Martyred Oklahoma priest beatified, positioned for sainthood

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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...
Millwood's Marcus Major runs past Douglass defender

Annual Soul Bowl involves football, culture, history

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The 42nd annual Soul Bowl between the Millwood Falcons and the Oklahoma City Douglass Trojans is a good showcase for football talent every year. In...
Gloria Torres and DACA recipients

DACA recipients, supporters speak out

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Tuesday was a hard day for DACA recipients. Tears, hope, anger and bewilderment were all in display at a news conference in Oklahoma City and...
Supt Aurora Lora - presser

OKCPS Supt to Hispanic students: “You are safe”

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Tuesday, the Trump administration announced its intent to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, by March 5, 2018. Minutes later...
Curbside Chronicle Offices

Small staff, big impact – Curbside Chronicle fights homelessness

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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...
Harold "Butch" Treece, Curbside Chronicle vendor

Curbside Chronicle wins top international awards

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Oklahoma City’s Curbside Chronicle has won two international awards and was a finalist in three other categories for 2017. International Network of Street Papers, or...
Myriad Gardens crowd for eclipse

Crowd packs Myriad Gardens for eclipse, socializing

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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...
Supt Aurora Lora

Supt responds to Confederate generals school name concerns

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National events are forcing local Oklahoma City Public Schools leaders to respond to heightened concerns about four schools the district says are named after...