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An Enquiring Mind needs to know: Are all Opioids created equal, with some more equal than others?

Patrick B. McGuigan McGuigan is pictured, at the right, during an "Oklahoma Forum" segment for "The Oklahoma Network" earlier in this decade. Photo Credit: OETA.

Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – An Enquiring Mind needs to know: What are the grounds upon which the legal powers-that-be in Oklahoma decide who/what to include, and who/what to exclude, from historic litigation brought against “Big Pharma”? That is the collective nickname for the pharmaceutical companies that make Opioids, the legal but increasingly marginalized […]

32nd OCU Hall of Honor luncheon announces new inductees

Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business will honor (L-R) Ronnie Irani, president and CEO of RKI Energy Resources Sue Ann Arnall, president of the Arnall Family Foundation; and Richard Tanenbaum, CEO of Gardner Tanenbaum Holdings during the 2018 Oklahoma Commerce & Industry Hall of Honor luncheon on October 25. Photo provided.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business will honor three business and community leaders during its 32nd annual Oklahoma Commerce & Industry Hall of Honor luncheon on Thursday, October 25 at the downtown Cox Convention Center. The 2018 inductees are: Sue Ann Arnall, president of the Arnall Family […]

From Dr. Naheed Ahmad: Letter to Joel Robison, E.D., Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians

Naheed Ahmad OD, Energeyes Association. Facebook photo

August 2018 My name is Dr. Naheed Ahmad and I am President of Energeyes, a nonprofit association representing optometrists who choose to practice in a corporate-affiliated environment. On behalf of our organization and the doctors we represent nationwide, we reach out to express our disappointment that your organization has chosen to attack fellow doctors within […]

National Group contends State Question 793 would improve access to quality eye care


Staff Report Energeyes, a national nonprofit association representing optometrists who choose to practice in a corporate-affiliated environment, is taking an interest in the ballot initiative effort, through State Question 793, to provide all Oklahomans access to convenient, affordable and quality eye care. Oklahoma is one of only three states prohibiting retailers from providing eye care […]

Red Shoe Gala to support families in medical crisis


By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Ronald McDonald House Charities® Oklahoma City supporters are inviting the public to attend the 2018 Red Shoe Gala at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 11.  The event will take place at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club, 7700 N. Grand Boulevard, to support Ronald […]

Oklahoma Treasurer Ken Miller says gross receipts to the Treasury – for the past month and for the past year – reach unprecedented high levels

Oklahoma State Treasurer Ken Miller

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – All signs point to ongoing expansion of the Oklahoma economy as July Gross Receipts to the Treasury of $1 billion and 12-month collections of $12.3 billion, both reached unprecedented high levels, State Treasurer Ken Miller announced Monday (August 6). Miller said the July and 12-month numbers, which provide a general […]

Contractor becomes his own Whistle Blower

Todd Feehan, kneeling at right, is the owner of Dad’s Plumbing. He is pictured here with Jack Werner of A to Z Inspections. The two businessmen write regular commentaries for The City Sentinel’s monthly print edition. Photo Provided.

Todd Feehan. Dads Plumbing It may sound odd but it is true. Starting in July, the owner of Dad’s Plumbing (that’s me) planned to begin producing YouTube videos. These are not going to be your normal videos. Such videos will show you the shortcuts and how to DIY (do-it-yourself) plumbing. What you don’t know can […]

Capital defense attorney Randy Bauman is retiring, but not “totally done”


By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Oklahoma City, OK, Friday, July 27, 2018 – Randy Bauman has worked to defend Oklahoma death row clients for over two decades. As the supervisor of Oklahoma’s Capital Habeas Unit (CHU) for ten years, he is retiring on July 31 after 21 years of dedicated service as a federal public […]

Editor’s Notebook: Costello (Labor) and Byrd (Auditor) garner endorsements, Griffin Communications to host A.G. debate

costello and boggs

Patrick B. McGuigan From an editor’s notebook, a rural senator backs Cathy Costello, the congressman for eastern Oklahoma backs Cindy Byrd, and locally-owned television stations will host and broadcast a debate in the contentious race for the GOP nomination as Oklahoma attorney general. State Sen. Larry Boggs, R-Wilburton, has endorsed Cathy Costello in the Republican […]

BREAKING: Could Oklahoma Appeals Court take a fresh look at the Julius Jones conviction?

The Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty and supporters of Oklahoma death row inmate Julius Darius Jones will hold a “Free Julius Jones” rally on the South Plaza of the Oklahoma State Capitol on Tuesday, July 31 at 6:30 p.m. ABC’s The Last Defense screenshot

by Patrick B. McGuigan and Darla Shelden Wed., July 25, 2018   Updated:  Sun. July 29, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The City Sentinel has learned that the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals (OCCA) has withdrawn a June order denying requests to look at evidence of racial bias on the Oklahoma County jury that convicted death row inmate […]

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