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Lifestyle / November 12, 2019

Less than one month until YES on MAPS

If you saw Kings of Leon for free at Scissortail Parkís grand opening or youíve taken a ride down the Bricktown Canal, then youíve experienced at least two MAPS projects.

By Molly Fleming
Lifestyle / November 12, 2019

All the cool people are registered to vote

Do you want to be cool? Then, you should make sure youíre registered to vote by Nov. 15. That is the last day you can register to vote if you want to cast your ballot in the MAPS election, being held Dec. 10.

By Molly Fleming
Inside OKC / October 30, 2019

Business community rallying to Embrace OKCPS students

The OKC Schools Compact is raising $5 million to help fund mental health services and programs in the schools. The goal has not been met yet, but the school district has already started working on some programs while it waits on the money to be raised.

By Molly Fleming
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

Need to throw away dangerous stuff?

The City of OKCís Household Hazardous Waste facility provides an environmentally safe place for residents to dispose of household hazardous waste and is free to Oklahoma City residents.

By Nate Fisher
State of the City / January 18, 2018
Mick Cornett
Former mayor of Oklahoma City
I have had the good fortune to visit with mayors and chamber leadership from coast to coast. The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is the best chamber of commerce anywhere.