The City Sentinel
Archive for: April, 2014

Curb appeal adds a “wow factor” to homes every time`

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By Brenda Seagroves Keller Williams Realtor Is there a house you just love to drive by? No matter what time of day or night, if you’re in the area, do you just have to drive by and get a quick fix? With a few of my tips, you can turn your house into that “ooh […]

OK teachers’ union and allies contend public education spending is weak, but is it?

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By Patrick B. McGuigan Associate Publisher   OKLAHOMA CITY – A rally demanding massive increases in public school spending, with an emphasis on across-the-board pay hikes for teachers, is expected to draw thousands of people to the Oklahoma state Capitol Monday (March 31). Although common education (grades K-12) is the second largest portion of the […]

Would Common Core repeal in Oklahoma be a ‘tipping point’ in national debate?

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By Patrick B. McGuigan Associate Publisher   OKLAHOMA CITY – With the Oklahoma Senate likely to approve what authors intend as repeal of the controversial Common Core curriculum standards, debate is intensifying about the full meaning of that action. One person not in doubt about its impact is state Rep. Joe Dorman, D-Rush Springs. Dorman […]

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