The City Sentinel
Archive for: July, 2017

Tour de Quartz at Paseo Art Space – Arts Institute student show launches on First Friday

Oklahoma high school students, like Jordan Tucker,  are displaying artwork at Paseo Art Space August 4-26 in conjunction with the Oklahoma Arts Institute's Tour de Quartz exhibition.  Photo provided

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma high school students are displaying artwork at Paseo Art Space August 4-26 in conjunction with the Oklahoma Arts Institute’s Tour de Quartz exhibition. There will be an opening reception as part of the Paseo’s First Friday Gallery Walk on August from 6–10 p.m. The students created the artwork […]

Jason Reese seeks House District 83 seat in Oklahoma City

Attorney Jason Reese is seeking the Republican nomination in state House District 83, which covers 
parts of NW Oklahoma City, Nichols Hills, The Village and southwest Edmond. Photo provided.

Patrick B. McGuigan Oklahoma City attorney Jason Reese is seeking the House District 83 seat now held by state Rep. Randy McDaniel. Reese is off to a fast start, with about $25,000 in his campaign coffers. That is a tidy sum for a first-time candidate, and exceeds typical early contributions for state house races. A […]

Capitol Report for July 29: New study shows deep partisan divide; Richardson aims for forensic audits

alex and pat

In the latest Capitol Report for News9, the CBS affiliate in Oklahoma City, analyst Patrick B. McGuigan sketched the contents of a new study from the Pew Research Center. The study looked at the views of Americans toward a variety of national institutions, from a partisan perspective. The Center found sharp gaps in the positive/negative […]

Letter to the Editor: ‘Deplorables’ deserve what ‘public servants’ have reserved for themselves

Insurance-Salesman-Image-GraphicsFairy1

To The Editor: The Congressional House of Representatives barely (217 to 213) passed May 5, 2017, a substitute for the Federal Affordable Healthcare (Obamacare). Since then the Senate has been attempting a similar bill to “repeal and replace” Obamacare. Senators are voting variations and amendments daily. Ignored by Congressmen, Obamacare beneficiaries, and the Major Media […]

Oklahoma City Neighbors Night Out brings residents together promoting community safety

COM-Neighbors NighOut-Phooto1

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – On Tuesday, September 12 neighborhoods all across the Oklahoma City metro area will turn out to celebrate Neighbors Night Out. Festivities will take place that evening from approximately 5:30-9 p.m. in over 60 neighborhood that register to participate. Neighbors Night Out is an effort to […]

OKC Zoo receives rare Amur Tiger Cub from Philadelphia Zoo

Three Sumatran tiger cubs with Amur tiger cub Zoya, 2nd from left on a scale at the OKC Zoo. Photo by Gretchen Cole

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden has announced it is the new home of a rare female Amur tiger cub born at Philadelphia Zoo named Zoya, meaning “life” in Russian. The OKC Zoo staff, working closely with the Philadelphia Zoo team, has integrated the cub […]

Lost Lakes Entertainment Complex presents Steve Miller Band at unique waterside setting on Sept. 17

On Sunday, September 17, Oklahoma’s Classic Rock station KRXO will celebrate their 30th annual Birthday Bash with legendary music icons The Steve Miller Band, singer/songwriter Eddie Money and Southern rock band 38 Special at the Lost Lakes Amphitheater.  Photo provided.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The Lost Lakes Amphitheater will be this year’s site for Oklahoma’s Classic Rock station KRXO’s (104.5 FM) 30th annual Birthday Bash. On Sunday, September 17 celebrate with legendary music icons The Steve Miller Band, singer/songwriter Eddie Money and Southern rock band 38 Special. The day long […]

Attorneys believe race study shows Oklahoma inmate Julius Jones’ death sentence is unconstitutional

Julius Darius Jones, now 37, is an African American man who was a University of Oklahoma freshman on a leadership scholarship when convicted in 2002 of the fatal shooting of Edmond insurance company executive Paul Howell, 45.  File photo

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – In August 1999, Oklahoma County District Attorney Bob Macy sought the death penalty against Julius Darius Jones, a former John Marshall High School honor student who was accused of killing an Edmond insurance executive, Paul Scott Howell. Jones is African American. He was only 19 […]

Online vote determines name of new sea lion pup at OKC Zoo

Cash, the new California sea lion pup became the newest member of the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens on Sunday, June 25, at the Zoo’s Noble Aquatic Center.  Photo provided.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A new California sea lion pup became the newest member of the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens on Sunday, June 25, at the Zoo’s Noble Aquatic Center.  He is the fourth offspring born to mom Pearl, 14, and dad Xander, 14.  Pearl also gave […]

Oklahoma City fans treated to memorable One On One evening with Sir Paul McCartney

When McCartney and his band arrived on stage at Chesapeake Arena and he waved his iconic Hofner Violin bass guitar over the crowd as we were entertained with one of the most outstanding musical performances OKC has ever hosted.  Paul McCartney One On One Facebook Photo.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK –  From the moment that first familiar chord was struck on “A Hard Day’s Night” the audience was on their feet to celebrate the return of Sir Paul McCartney to Chesapeake Energy Arena on July 18.  The One On One Tour was the 75 year old Beatle’s […]

Click For Western Concepts
Log in | Designed by Gabfire themes