Launching the 2015-16 season, The Sooner Theatre continues its tradition of bringing in outstanding performing artists and for producing musical theater shows that audiences have said rival Broadway. The Sooner... Read More →
To the Editor: In the blink of an eye, disasters can alter a family’s normal routine. Neighborhood streets can be closed because of large debris or downed power lines. In... Read More →
To the Editor: While most new mothers start out breastfeeding, many Oklahoma mothers are not able to exclusively breastfeed for six months nor continue for up to 2 years of... Read More →
To the Editor: The American Red Cross is working to educate people on how to prepare and stay safe during and after an earthquake. “With all of the earthquakes taking... Read More →
To the Editor: LifeShare Transplant Donor Services of Oklahoma recently recovered its 100th organ donor for 2015. Those 100 donors have saved 257 lives through donation. This is only the... Read More →
The Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library, located on 2201 SW 134th St., celebrates the life and works of author Harold Keith with... Read More →
You might be already aware of the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal in the morning of April 25.
According to the Nepalese government officials, more than 4,600 people have been... Read More →
We are saddened to hear that OCCC plans to close its pool at the end of the summer. For 25 years, this facility has given countless children water safety skills... Read More →
The Women of the South (WOS) are continuing our commitment to higher education and our partnership with Oklahoma City Community College by offering a scholarship to women who might not... Read More →
To the Editor:
Storm season in Oklahoma is here, and now is the time to prepare for the worst.
First, make sure you have sufficient homeowners insurance. Standard homeowners insurance... Read More →