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Republican candidates will have the “pole position” on the November 2020 Ballots – and here’s why

Patrick B. McGuigan   Oklahoma City – In November, Oklahomans casting ballots on a wide range of races will see the name of the Republican candidate at the upper left corner of every ballot in which partisan affiliation is noted. This will be the case whether votes are cast under absentee provisions or at the […]

Concerning The City Sentinel’s philosophy for election endorsements — and a distribution explanation

Patrick B. McGuigan, Publisher   To Our Readers: The June 2020 print edition of The City Sentinel newspaper is now reaching news racks around the Oklahoma City area. Some venues across the metropolitan region have not reopened or only recently reopened, so racks in some locations may be empty. Be patient as that issue is […]

Be Green With Envy at Paseo’s First Friday Gallery Walk

  Staff Report   As Oklahoma’s first arts district, the Paseo Arts District continues to grow with restaurants, galleries and retail. The community is invited to the First Friday Gallery Walk every month, rain or shine. Galleries and shops stay open late, and the evening marks the opening of new exhibitions each month. This month’s […]

Tyra Banks to give diversity keynote speech at OSU this month

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — On Thursday, April 11, Oklahoma State University will present supermodel turned media mogul Tyra Banks to deliver a keynote speech to inspire students, organizers say.  The event is hosted by the OSU Student Government Association Speakers Board. The 45-year-old businesswoman and television personality will make […]

Third annual “Together We Heel” walk to end domestic violence scheduled Sept. 29

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Organized by the Grady County Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Team, the third annual Together We Heel walk to end domestic violence will take place on Saturday, September 29 in downtown Chickasha. The walk raises awareness in the Chickasha and Grady County about domestic violence, while supporting the […]

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Sister Helen Prejean and Richard Glossip ask Gov. Fallin for 60-day reprieve

Sister Helen Prejean and Richard Glossip ask Gov. Fallin for 60-day reprieve NOTE: This is adapted from a press release submitted by the Oklahoma Coalition Against the Death Penalty   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Sister Helen Prejean, a well-known opponent of capital punishment, has circulated to news organizations, including The City Sentinel, a statement “dictated to […]

Whirling Dervishes to perform for peace, love and humanity in OKC next month

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter On Friday, Feb. 6, the Dialogue Institute of Oklahoma City will present a live performance of the Whirling Dervishes of Rumi Turkish Sufi Music Ensemble. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma City Community College Visual and Performing Arts Center, 7777 S. May Ave. The […]

Oklahoma executions set to resume as controversy and legal appeals continue

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter The infamous “botched” Oklahoma execution of Clayton Darrell Lockett last year launched a flurry of global media coverage and litigation. On April 29, Lockett writhed, moaned and tried to get up before the curtains were pulled closed to the witnesses. The execution was stopped, but it would be 43 […]

Letter to the Editor: Benefits to a U.S.-Iran Alliance

Letter to the Editor Benefits to a U.S.-Iran Alliance To The Editor: The United States must not miss the opening right before us for agreements with Iran that would bring economic benefits to both nations. Such an alliance seems possible because the nuclear negotiations have been extended, and Iran is in compliance with dramatic demands […]

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