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Archive for: December, 2011

OK Humane Place Spay / Neuter Clinic works to made a better community for pets, owners and everyone

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By Darla Shelden Contributing Writer The OK Humane Place Spay / Neuter Clinic is staying busy this holiday season. The clinic is open to anyone needing access to spay/neuter services and it is also available for all rescue groups. The clinic’s goal is to perform surgeries that would otherwise have not been done. Pet owners who have […]

Zero proof ‘Mocktail’ recipes and Party guides available from AAA Oklahoma for alcohol free holiday revelers

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By Darla Shelden Contributing Writer Just in time for the holidays, AAA’s new zero proof beverage recipes are now available at no charge for alcohol free party revelers in a brochure from AAA Oklahoma. The recipes are original, alcohol-free creations developed by professional Oklahoma bartenders for AAA’s annual Great Pretenders Mocktail Mix-Off held recently at […]

AAA offers Tipsy Tow service as well as other roadside aid to holiday drivers


By Darla Shelden Contributing Writer Free AAA Oklahoma Tipsy Tow services are again available for the holidays with particular emphasis on New Year’s Eve. This service is offered to AAA members and nonmembers alike. AAA Oklahoma will give the driver, their car, and one more person a free ride home, up to 15 miles from […]

National analyst ranks city #1 for economic security


By Patrick B. McGuigan Executive Editor Oklahoma City comes out as, arguably at least, America’s most economically secure community in a recent analysis from a writer for the Urban Institute, ranked the nation’s best place in terms of economic security. The analysis from Margery Austin Turner appeared in mid-December on the institute’s MetroTrends Blog. In […]

The Armstrong International Cultural Foundation recently announced the world premiere of two of the most significant archaeological artifacts ever discovered in Jerusalem.

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The Armstrong International Cultural Foundation recently announced the world premiere of two of the most significant archaeological artifacts ever discovered in Jerusalem. The artifacts, which date back to the time of the prophet Jeremiah, will be displayed in an interactive multimedia exhibition in the grand lobby of Armstrong Auditorium beginning Jan. 16. “Seals of Jeremiah’s […]

May the Spirit of Christmas Light Up Your Day!


Peace and love for the holiday! From your friends and family at the City Sentinel

Pets need extra care during cold months of winter


By Darla Shelden Contributing Writer   With temperatures falling below the freezing mark across the state, many Oklahomans are turning up the heat so they can be more comfortable. Some special preparations need to be considered during these winter months regarding the family pet, animal experts say. “As you make changes to keep yourself warmer, […]

OKC Metaphysics School to hold marathon in support of World Peace

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By Stacy Martin Managing Editor In support of World Peace, the Oklahoma School of Metaphysics will hold a marathon, group meditation on New Year’s Eve, said Director Doug Bannister. There is no charge and there will be nutritious food and beverage. The School teaches that Peace begins with each of us thinking peacefully resulting in […]

OU Physicians Schedules Health Screenings at Local YMCAs


Special to The City Sentinel The YMCA OF GREATER OKLAHOMA CITY is partnering with OU Physicians to provide free health screenings to the community. Screenings will begin in December and continue throughout the next few months. “At the Y, we know that well being and fitness is so much more than just working out,” said […]

Obama administration rebuffs Oklahoma’s early childhood education grant submission

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by Patrick B. McGuigan The Obama administration has rejected the state of Oklahoma’s application for an Early Learning Challenge – Race to the Top (ELC-TFP) grant worth up to $60 million. News of the decision began to circulate to state officials across the nation late yesterday. Among the many applicants, Georgia also fell short, […]

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