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Book Review: ‘Dust Bowl Girls’ by Lydia Reeder is a classic of sports literature

Patrick B. McGuigan, editor In ‘Dust Bowl Girls,’ Lydia Reeder tells the heroic true story of Sam Babb (whose leg was severed as result of a brutal attack by his father during boyhood days) and the women he coached. Babb diverted from early plans to enter Christian ministry to become a life-long advocate of competitive […]

Drone-orah makes its debut at Oklahoma City’s annual Bricktown Menorah lighting

  Compiled by Patrick B. McGuigan Oklahoma City has been home to several notable firsts in American (and world) history. The shopping cart was invented in the Sooner State, as was the parking meter. Now comes something really different. Look, up in the sky – not a bird or a plane, but “Drone-orah!” On the […]

Free workshop will spotlight the dark link between animal abuse and family violence

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Internationally recognized violence prevention advocate Phil Arkow will be in Oklahoma City to lead a workshop focusing on the link between animal abuse and other forms of family violence. The free event will be held on Tuesday, March 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Will Rogers Garden Exhibition […]

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