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Hardin Is Candidate For School Board Chairman

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Lynne Hardin, one of those who helped establish the charitable foundation for the elite Oklahoma School of Science & Mathematics, is a candidate for the chairmanís seat on the Oklahoma City school board.

Candidates file for school board

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

OKC Friday Patrons of our three Fridayland public school districts will travel to the polls on Feb. 12, 2013 to decide positions on their boards of education. Oklahoma City School Boards offices have drawn familiar names with Bob Hammack and Lynne Hardin and others seeking positions. In Deer Creek, three people are seeking election to the Office Number 3

Elect a New School Board

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

You can do your American citizen duty on Lincolnís Birthday by going to the polls and voting in the Oklahoma City School Board election.

Oklahoma City School Board member doesnít want seat, but could still win

Thursday, January 24, 2013

A member of the Oklahoma City School Board has announced she wonít seek re-election, though her name appears on the ballot.

Drag boat association moves to OKC

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The National Drag Boat Associationís new headquarters is now in Oklahoma City near the Oklahoma River where races are already being planned, organization President Mike McAuliffe said.

Downtown retail is taking root on weekends in OKC

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

More companies, many of which no longer adhere to a strict Monday-through-Friday workweek, a blossoming residential population and an increasing number of visitors may make the ďrulesĒ as obsolete as the notion that all life downtown had to cease after 5 p.m. each workday.

Arena renovations near completion

Monday, January 7, 2013

Work on the $94 million overhaul of the Chesapeake Energy Arena that Gary Desjardins helped oversee has largely been completed over the past year.

National program enriches OKC school district, teachers

Monday, January 7, 2013

The Oklahoman The first Teach for America teachers in Oklahoma City are nearing the end of their tenure. The national program has brought dozens of recent college graduates to teach in schools with some of the toughest academic challenges. When Oklahoma City Public Schools opened for the spring semester Friday, it marked the beginning of the last