To keep the public safe, many cities are not hosting their annual Independence Day celebrations. But thereís plenty to do on July 4. See where you can celebrate America while being socially distant from your fellow humans.
Feel like you havenít met enough new people lately? Then sign up for one of the Chamberís July events where networking is being done virtually. Read more about whatís being offered.
Moving to a new state means eventually youíll have to get a new license. How do you do that in Oklahoma and what documents do you need? Click here to learn all about the process.
While the deadline to get your absentee ballot has passed, you still have time to make your plan for getting to the polls, with early voting starting on Thursday. Oh wait, you didn’t know there was an election on June 30? Read more about what’s on the ballot.
Mark your calendars to visit Midtown in July for a month of activities, being orchestrated with health precautions in mind. Whereís Midtown and what can you find in the district? Check it out!
Tall buildings, a canal and plenty of cool restaurants, downtown is where everythingís waiting for you. Learn what the district has to offer and make plans to visit.
The Oklahoma River you see today, directly south of downtown, hasnít always been the destination it is now for athletes. It was previously most often visited by lawn mowers. Find out all the details on the riverís transformation.