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Archive for: June, 2014

Free Rock the Boat family event returns to Bricktown Canal

The second annual Rock the Boat festival at the Bricktown Canal will offer lots of family friendly entertainment including free water taxi tickets while supplies last, courtesy of Downtown OKC, Inc.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter The second annual Rock the Boat festival on the Bricktown Canal features a full day of family-friendly activities and live music in Oklahoma City’s downtown entertainment district. On Saturday, June 7, festivities will take place on Oklahoma Ave., between Reno and Sheridan starting at noon and will wrap up […]

King Switzer Rules! 2014 Oklahoma Senior Follies to grace OCU’s Kirkpartrick Auditorium Stage


By Patrick B. McGuigan Associate Publisher The Oklahoma Senior Follies returns to the Kirkpatrick Auditorium Stage at Oklahoma City University  June 13, 14 and 15. Under the production guidance of local theatrical legend Bobbie Burbridge Lane and the world class artistic direction of OCU’s Professor David Herendeen, the world-renowned stars of the Follies return for […]

Leaders express tempered enthusiasm for watered-down pension reform

Randy McDaniel

By Patrick B. McGuigan   OKLAHOMA CITY – With unfunded liabilities on government pensions somewhere between $11.5 billion and $44.1 billion, the Legislature watered down and passed a bill that took small steps at reform. House Bill 2630 is directed at maintaining full pension benefit for government worked hired in late 2015 and thereafter. Bob […]

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