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Harold Taylor, convicted of multiple felonies with an existing warrant for arrest, is on the lam

  NEWS UPDATE from Editor and Publisher Patrick B. McGuigan (Fri., August 9, 2019) A convicted felon, Harold L. Taylor, Jr., living in the 38th Street Promenade neighborhood of north central Oklahoma City, is now in custody of the Oklahoma City Police Department.  He turned himself into the Edmond Police Department on Wednesday, August 7 and was transferred to […]

Oklahoma City’s General Fund tax collections up, but below projections

Staff Report The July sales tax report shows General Fund collections in Oklahoma City were up 1.8 percent compared to the same month last year, below the monthly projection by 1.3 percent. The July report includes collections for the last half of May and estimated collections in the first half of June, which total about […]

City Briefs: Two Oklahoma City referenda coincide with first MAPs4 meeting, Police Chief named, Holt deepens involvement with mayors’ conference

The City Sentinel Online, Staff Report   OKLAHOMA CITY – On Tuesday, July 9, as MAPs4 community meetings begin, Oklahoma City voters will decide on two important ballot propositions. On Monday (July 8), veteran police officer Wade Gourley was named Oklahoma City Police Chief. Mayor David Holt, fresh from a working trip to Hawaii (where […]

Great musicians perform at Brightmusic Festival: Again with feeling, Concert #2 – and then #3 with gusto!

The City Sentinel Online Staff Report   Oklahoma City – The Brightmusic 2019 Summer Festival, which began on Thursday evening, continues Saturday, June 8 and Sunday June 9 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral (127 NW 7th St, 73102) in downtown Oklahoma City. The theme for this year’s Festival is “Intimate Portraits in Chamber Music.” Saturday’s […]

Freedom Oklahoma to hold Monday (April 8) march to celebrate Oklahoma’s first openly gay Oklahoma City Council member

Staff Report   OKLAHOMA CITY— Freedom Oklahoma will host a march and rally on Monday, April 8 in the capital city of the Sooner State. According to a press release sent to The City Sentinel, CapitolBeatOK  and other news organizations, the event will celebrate the assumption of office by James Cooper, Oklahoma City’s first openly gay […]

Oklahoma City Council considers July 9 election for charter amendments, ONG franchise

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – The City Council will in April give further consideration to a special election slated for this summer. Possible referenda to discuss include a proposed charter amendment to reduce restrictions on mayor and council membership. Also under examination is a possible change to the Oklahoman Natural Gas franchise agreement. The proposed […]

Annual OKC and Norman “Polar Plunge” planned to benefit Special Olympics Oklahoma

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – On Saturday, February 16, brave and hearty individuals will plunge into freezing water at White Water Bay for the annual Polar Plunge benefiting Special Olympics Oklahoma. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and the Polar Plunge begins at 10:00 a.m. Individuals will also take the plunge […]

Dog Day in December holiday fundraiser set for Midtown Mutts Dog Park

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma City fur babies are invited to enjoy a pet-friendly Dog Day in December holiday party fundraiser on Saturday, December 1. The event will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Midtown Mutts Dog Park, 407 W. Park Place, located north of 10th Street, […]

72nd annual Red Andrews Dinner offers Christmas cheer to those in need

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The 72nd annual Red Andrews Christmas Dinner will be held on Christmas Day, Monday, December 25 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Event Hall of the Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, in downtown Oklahoma City. Each year, members of the Red Andrews […]

AAA opens state’s first Car Care Center in northwest Oklahoma City

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – AAA has opened the state’s first Car Care Insurance and Travel Center at 6163 N. May Avenue in Oklahoma City. The 10,800-square-foot facility offers car repair and service as well as traditional AAA membership, travel and insurance services. The retail store at 39th and Portland has closed with […]

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