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Opinion: Proof of MAPS 3's success is evident in the progress

Friday, May 19, 2017

MAPS 3 continues to inspire civic pride through economic growth, cultural expansion and an improved quality of life. The $777 million project is a testament to the confidence our city leaders put in the people of Oklahoma City; the approved 1-cent sales tax that funds the projects debt-free is evidence of the voters' foresight.

OKC Schools Compact launches reading initiative

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The Oklahoma City Public Schools Compact recently launched ReadOKC, an initiative to promote the love of reading for the students of Oklahoma City Public Schools district and in our community.

Become a VIP PetCare Coupon Holder

Thursday, May 11, 2017

 VIP PetCare is a mobile prevention veterinary clinic that provides convenient and affordable veterinary care to pet owners. We offer Vaccinations, Titer Testing, Microchipping, Prescription Heartworm, Diagnostic Testing and Deworming. We serve PAWrents who are committed to keeping their pets healthy, happy and safe. 

 

Infrastructure Engineers ranked as a 2017 Top 500 Design Firm by Engineering News-Record (ENR)

Monday, May 8, 2017

Infrastructure Engineers is included in the ENR 2017 Top 500 Design Firms ranking at No. 496. This year marks the firm’s inaugural appearance in the listing. ENR is widely considered to be the foremost publication in the engineering, architectural, and construction industry.

OKC ranked #1 on "2017's Best Large Cities to Start a Business" list

Monday, May 1, 2017

Looking at the top 150 cities in the U.S., WalletHub examined a variety of metrics including financing, growth rates, business environment/affordability and more and found that Oklahoma City ranked #1 as the best place to start a business.

Date Night

Friday, April 28, 2017

Add a little FIREPOWER to your evening. Come out for fun and entertaining evening with your date. Enjoy range time, dinner and drinks at Wilshire Gun.

Oklahoma aerospace credits poised to fly for another 8 years

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A bill extending three specific tax initiatives designed to keep Oklahoma's aerospace economy flying is headed to Gov. Mary Fallin's desk.

Director chosen for American Indian Cultural Center and Museum

Saturday, April 22, 2017

James Pepper Henry, most recently executive director of the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, has been selected to lead the American Indian Cultural Center & Museum in Oklahoma City.