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  • There is no Planet B: Oklahomans March for Science

    There is no Planet B: Oklahomans March for Science

    “Hey ho, ho hey, don’t defund the EPA! Hey ho, ho hey, don’t defund the EPA!” The chant rang out over the crowd. People young and old waved signs and posters. Dogs weaved in and out of the group, eagerly pulling on their leashes. Excited children ran ahead of their parents. The march was underway.

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  • Oklahoma City School For Homeless Children Begins Fundraising For New Building

    A elementary school for homeless children in Oklahoma City has recently started a campaign in order to raise funds for a new school building. Positive Tomorrows is the nation’s only private, tuition-free elementary school serving only homeless children, according to their website. Although the school has been around for 25 years, they have since outgrown

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  • Oklahoma City Sandwich Shop Employs Daughter to Help Business

    The owners of a sandwich shop in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, have decided after nine years to transfer operational duties to their daughter in hopes of promoting their restaurant online and reaching a younger audience. Lee’s Sandwiches opened in 2008 under Minh Nguyen, a local Oklahoma City business owner. The shop specializes in traditional Vietnamese cuisine

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  • OKC Couple Runs Restaurant Based on Kindness

    Business owner Mar Aye Attamakulsri cooks the number 35 at Thai Kitchen Cafe in Oklahoma City on Thursday March 30, 2017.  “Whatever customer walks in that door, that’s my customer. Even though homeless guy walk-in, its okay to me,” Thai Kitchen owner Mar Aye Attamakulsri said.   Mar said this shortly after cooking and giving a meal

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  • Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

    Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

    The University of Oklahoma’s business college will be opening a new center for their MBA programs in Oklahoma City. Construction is already underway for The Price College’s new 27,000 square foot Graduate and Executive Center in Oklahoma’s Research Park, which is scheduled to be completed in June and to begin hosting classes starting in August.

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