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Special edition of ’20/20’ to feature “The Last Defense” examining Julius Jones death row case airs July 14 on ABC

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A special edition of ABC’S ‘20/20’ airing Tuesday, July 14, will feature former high school basketball state champion and honor student Julius Jones, who is seeking clemency while on death row for murder. The program will air from 7 – 9 p.m. CST. Jones has […]

ANALYSIS: Like a good neighbor, Stitt seeks sensible collaborations for the public good

Patrick B. McGuigan   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – This reporter was skeptical, back in 2018, that Kevin Stitt was serious about pressing for meaningful limits on government. Gov. Stitt has done so in some areas, elevating private-sector models while seeking the public good. In other areas, he has capitulated to the forces seeking bigger government. […]

LifeShare Oklahoma announces this year’s Rose Parade honoree

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — LifeShare of Oklahoma has announced that Eva Young, of Oklahoma City, is their floragraph honoree who will be representing Oklahoma in the 2020 Donate Life Rose Parade Float. The announcement was recently made at a ceremony held at the Covenant Community Church in Yukon. Eva […]

Concerning Kashmir: Whether or not we want to care, we need to care

Patrick B. McGuigan   Oklahoma City – President Donald Trump has disappointed many with his strong tilt in favor of Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The Turkish strrongman is a Muslim who suppresses both Muslims and people of other faiths. Trump has backed him even at the cost of abandonment of America’s long-standing friends in […]

Venezuelan Energy Attorney to Speak Saturday in OKC on Fleeing Socialism to Freedom

The City Sentinel Online, Staff Report Her father was a General in Venezuela’s last democratically-elected government, and Aleida Velasquez was a successful attorney at PDVSA, the prominent national oil company. After Hugo Chavez was elected President in 1999, she was fired and blacklisted from working for any government agency or company. After witnessing a prosperous […]

Informed Observations on the Tribal Gaming Compact(s)

The City Sentinel Editorial  In Oklahoma, smaller Indian tribal governments and members do not reap (and have never reaped) the economic benefits of legalized gaming – or any other government to government agreement for that matter. Most recently we pointed out how via middlemen three to five times the amount of funds (hundreds of millions […]

OKC Zoo’s Eye Spy Safari presents a new way to look at conservation education

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – The Oklahoma City Zoo is partnering with the Dean McGee Eye Institute to present the new Eye Spy Safari. Now through the summer, children 11 and under can participate in this interactive activity to learn about Zoo animals and the challenges threatening them. Eye Spy […]

Oklahoma City joins national Youth Climate Strike on March 15

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma junior high, high school, and college students are planning to rally at the State Capitol on Friday, March 15 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. to raise awareness about what advocates describe as “the growing climate crisis.” The Oklahoma City event is organized by students from […]

Hey! GOP Runoff voters – Have you heard? Cindy Byrd is the best choice. Make her “Number One” as Auditor & Inspector

The City Sentinel Endorsement Cindy Byrd is the most qualified candidate seeking to become Oklahoma Auditor and Inspector. A certified public accountant (CPA),she is a member of the American Board of Forensic Accountants (OSCPA), and of AICPA (the American Institute of CPAs). As the editor of this newspaper reported earlier this year, “Her audits have […]

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