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News Article - 03.23.2010

Check out the latest happenings within 11 distinct areas of the metro

Development, progress and more abound in the metro\'s many districts. Read more
News Article - 09.25.2009

Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission approves education funding

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The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission announced Sept. 24 it has approved another round of funding totaling more than $100,000 for several programs. Read more
News Article - 03.06.2010

OMRF receives $7 million stimulus grant for new research tower

The funds will be used to build out lab, clinic and mechanical space for OMRF clinical investigators studying autoimmune diseases. Read more
News Article - 08.12.2009

Oklahoma City\'s sales tax receipts decline for sixth straight month

The August distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission, primarily representing local tax receipts from June business, show declines in four metro area cities when compared to the same month last year. Those cities include Oklahoma City, Edmond, Midwest City and Chickasha. Read more
News Article - 05.17.2005

Nursing home overhaul signed into law

The author of legislation designed to replace the entire state board responsible for oversight of Oklahoman\'s nursing homes and to overhaul the way the board conducts business is praising the governor for signing the bill into law. Read more
News Article - 02.25.2010

Compass: Hathaway Community Center closes in Southwest OKC

The city of Oklahoma City\'s Hathaway Community Center, 3916 S Lindsay Ave., recently closed its doors, as part of a 2% mid-year budget reduction for city departments. Read more
News Article - 03.23.2010

OKC moves forward with eco-friendly efforts, beginning with a fire station

OKC has plans for retrofitting and new construction to create \'green\' architecture. Read more
Profiles - 03.23.2010

Former rep Fred Morgan takes reins of The State Chamber

Serving in both the public and private sectors, Fred Morgan has always had a keen eye when it comes to business in Oklahoma. Read more
News Article - 10.29.2010

Health Care Reform Act will cause estimated 50,000 new Medicaid patients in Oklahoma

This figure represents a nearly 30 percent increase in cases, said Oklahoma Health Care Authority State Medicaid Director Garth Splinter. Read more
News Article - 09.16.2009

Oklahoma revenue collections decline for second consecutive month

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Senate President Pro-Tem Glenn Coffee said state agency heads will make appropriate adjustments as state revenue collections declined for the second consecutive month. Read more