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Archive for: June, 2018

OKC Philharmonic to host Red, White & Boom concert on July 3

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By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The Oklahoma City Philharmonic celebrates Independence Day each year with a free concert and fireworks display. The public is invited to attend the12th annual Red, White & Boom! event hosted at the State Fair Park on Tuesday, July 3, at 8:30 p.m. The concert is […]

Chefs invited to compete in 5th annual Tree to Table event

The 5th annual Tree to Table judging panel will be led by celebrity chef and Oklahoma native Rick Bayless, owner/chef of Frontera Fresco in San Francisco and 2009 Bravo Top Chef Masters winner. Photo provided

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK– Chefs and caterers throughout Oklahoma are invited to compete in the 5th Annual Tree to Table Benefit on Tuesday, October 30. The annual event challenges competitors to create a sweet or savory dish that highlights ingredients from trees, such as apples, chocolate, almonds or olives. 

Other ingredients […]

Fourth Annual “Print on Paseo” opens First Friday (July 6) Gallery Walk

Artist Jesse Bagget's piece "Strangers" will be featured at the July First Friday Paseo Walk on July 6.  Photo provided.

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The July Paseo Arts District’s First Friday Gallery Walk will take place on July 6, from 6 – 9 p.m. Over 20 galleries will host opening receptions featuring more than 80 artists. The Paseo Art Space will present the Paseo Arts Association’s (PAA) 4th Annual Print on Paseo, which […]

From a friend: Tom Guild should suspend campaigning and support Kendra Horn in the Democratic runoff for the 5th District Congressional seat

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Patrick B. McGuigan, The City Sentinel publisher OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – When I was younger, philosophical rigor (which some marginalize as ideological) was the most important consideration as I looked at decisions about my votes in elections. It remains important but not quite controlling in my voting decisions. Over time I have come to believe […]

National HIV Testing Day – June 27

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By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – National HIV Testing Day is Wednesday, June 27, and the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) encourages everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 to get tested at least once in their life as part of their routine health care. People with certain risk […]

In OK State Senate District 48: For George Young

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The City Sentinel Endorsement After several years of excellent service in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, George Young is running for the Senate District 48 seat. The City Sentinel endorsed him in the Democratic primary in our June print edition. This is our opportunity to elaborate on our reasoning. A man of integrity and character, […]

Editorial Discretion: For Republicans, Gentner Drummond is the best choice as Attorney General

The City Sentinel Newspaper endorses Gentner Drummond as the best choice for Attorney General.  Photo provided.

The City Sentinel Endorsement In terms of legal experience and courtroom ability, Gentner Drummond is the best choice Republicans can make in the Tuesday, June 26 primary. The City Sentinel listed him among those we support, in the June print edition’s primary endorsements. Here is a more formal and explicit statement of support.   If […]

‘Number One’ in charge: Support Cindy Byrd in the Republican Party primary for Auditor and Inspector

The City Sentinel Newspaper has endorsed Cindy Byrd as the Republican nominee for Oklahoma Auditor & Inspector.  Photo provided.

  The City Sentinel Endorsement In our print edition three weeks ago, this newspaper endorsed Cindy Byrd as the Republican nominee for Oklahoma Auditor & Inspector. On the eve of primary election day, we reiterate that support now for online readers. Byrd is the most qualified candidate seeking this position. A certified public accountant (CPA),she […]

Supporters of State Question 788 press rebuttals, seek “YES” votes on June 26

Advocates for approval of medical marijuana provisions in Oklahoma law have joined together in the “Yes on 788 Campaign.”

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – In these closing days of the historic confrontation centered around the only statwide measure on the June 26 ballot in the Sooner State, advocates for legalization of medical marijuana have pressed their case for “YES” votes on State Question 788. Supporters of S.Q. 788 quickly rebuked arguments advanced by their […]

Opponents of State Question 788 press for “NO” vote in advertisements, and through press briefings

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Patrick B. McGuigan   OKLAHOMA CITY – Tuesday (June 26) will conclude voter consideration of State Question 788, the measure advocates believe would open the way to physician-guided use of marijuana and its derivatives in controlled, medically-needed circumstances. However, state physicians have emerged as among the most ardent critics of initiative measure. Such doctors have […]

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