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The City Sentinel’s Top 10 Stories for 2017: Leadership stability, criminal justice reform, growing tax base, and the color purple

By Patrick B. McGuigan Publisher and Editor Submitted for your consideration, a listing of the Top 10 Stories in Oklahoma City during 2017, from The City Sentinel. First, stability in local municipal leadership seems assured with the rise of state Senator David Holt, an Oklahoma City Republican, to the city’s top job. He seems likely […]

OKC Thunder’s Enes Kanter to host 3rd annual Meetah Cheetah event

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKC Thunder star Enes Kanter will be the Honorary Chairman of the 3rd annual OKC Meetah Cheetah party this month. The event will also feature Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and CEO of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF). Also attending the party will be “Zemba” the cheetah, one of Jack […]

Dialogue Institute Friendship Dinner will honor OU President David Boren and Rev. Dr. William Tabbernee

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter The Dialogue Institute of Oklahoma City will host its 12th annual Friendship Dinner and Award Ceremony on Tuesday, May 10 at the downtown Skirvin Hilton Hotel. The event recognizes the achievements of those who have contributed their time, energy, expertise and financial resources in giving back to the Oklahoma City […]

Active, and Striving for Dreams – Oklahoma City’s Positive Tomorrows serves homeless children

by Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – Positive Tomorrows, Oklahoma’s only school for homeless children, celebrated Black History with an assembly in late February. The observance is one among many notable signs of substance and achievement at a school where the typical student faces challenges nearly unimaginable to most Oklahomans – even here in Oklahoma […]

NEWS ANALYSIS: The City Sentinel: Top stories of 2015 include revenue crunch, Glossip fallout

by Patrick B. McGuigan, editor Humbly submitted for your consideration, The City Sentinel’s Top Ten News Stories for 2015. In first place, after years of surging government revenues flowing from a robust state and local economy, the City of Oklahoma City now reports this  bottom line: Local sales tax revenues have declined four of the […]

Anti-war ministry leader Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe to speak at OCU

This event has been temporarily postponed.  Will post when new date is announced. By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, will speak at Oklahoma City University on Wednesday, September 23. The public presentation will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Kirkpatrick Auditorium at […]

Is the OKC Thunder title worthy?

Back to the future: How a healthy Thunder will go all the way by Mark Rodgers Sports Editor OKLAHOMA CITY – We’ve grown spoiled by deep playoff runs around here lately. The Thunder have dominated the late spring and early summer landscape, not only in sports but the entire culture of OKC. Watching these NBA […]

Presti presses reset button

By Mark Rodgers The case of Scott Brooks is a curious one. Hard to comprehend for some. Easy to see for others. The longtime assistant rescued the Thunder from the depths of 2009 P.J. Carlesimo hell. The changes were immediately noticed. Brooks soothing style and player friendly demeanor picked up at 1-12 and 30 months […]

Losses & Wins & Injuries, O My! How Thunder Can Get Better

Mark Rodgers

By Mark Rodgers Bummer. No more NBA in OKC for six months. And what a previous six months’ journey it has been. While we were lost in the glory of the early college football season, KD’s foot fractured, Reggie Jackson fractured the team’s chemistry and a once promising bench produced less offense than a third […]

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