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« Reply #15 on: May 23, 2022, 09:48:44 pm »


This Former Flyover City Is Having a Serious Cultural and Culinary Renaissance



https://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/things-to-do-in-oklahoma-city



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« Reply #16 on: May 31, 2022, 07:18:05 am »

Oklahoma City's new Bus Rapid Transit Vehicles Unveiled.


                            


                      





Officials with EMBARK and Oklahoma City unveiled the design of RAPID's bus rapid transit vehicle on Thursday.

The first RAPID line is planned to have 32 stops and stretch 9.5 miles each way and will integrate with the larger EMBARK transit network.--KOKH 25 Oklahoma City.

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« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2022, 05:32:39 pm »



America’s best places to live in 2022

1. Raleigh, NC

     Affordability: 7/10
     Diversity: 5/10
     Job market: 8/10
     Safety: 9/10
     Wellness: 7/10
     Highlights: NC State football games, Carolina Hurricanes hockey games, North Carolina Museum of Art

2. Charleston, SC

     Affordability: 6/10
     Diversity: N/A
     Job market: 9/10
     Safety: 7/10
     Wellness: 8/10
     Highlights: South Carolina Aquarium, Folly Beach, Charleston City Market

4. Oklahoma City, OK

     Affordability: 8/10
     Diversity: 8/10
     Job market: 10/10
     Safety: 7/10
     Wellness: 5/10
     Highlights: National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City Zoo, Myriad Botanical Gardens

5. Tampa, FL

     Affordability: 7/10
     Diversity: 6/10
     Job market: 8/10
     Safety: 7/10
     Wellness: 7/10
     Highlights: Tampa Bay Rays baseball games, Busch Gardens, Adventure Island

6. Boise, ID

     Affordability: 5/10
     Diversity: N/A
     Job market: 10/10
     Safety: 8/10
     Wellness: 7/10
     Highlights: Boise River Greenbelt, Discovery Center of Idaho, Capital City Public Market

7. Providence, RI

     Affordability: 7/10
     Diversity: N/A
     Job market: 7/10
     Safety: 7/10
     Wellness: 8/10
     Highlights: Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, Providence Performing Arts Center, Narragansett Beach

8. Minneapolis, MN

     Affordability: 6/10
     Diversity: 7/10
     Job market: 9/10
     Safety: 4/10
     Wellness: 9/10
     Highlights: The Mall of America, Minnehaha Falls, Nickelodeon Universe


9. Cincinnati, OH

     Affordability: 9/10
     Diversity: 4/10
     Job market: 8/10
     Safety: 6/10
     Wellness: 8/10
     Highlights: Coney Island Park, Skyline Chili, Cincinnati Bengals football games

10. Jacksonville, FL

     Affordability: 8/10
     Diversity: 6/10
     Job market: 8/10
     Safety: 5/10
     Wellness: 8/10
     Highlights: Little Talbot Island State Park, Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, Jacksonville Jaguars football games



Full List:  https://www.bankrate.com/real-estate/best-places-to-live/us/

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« Reply #19 on: July 26, 2022, 06:28:45 pm »



KOKH – Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Spark joins Women's Professional Fastpitch (WPF) as its newest franchise, with its debut season planned for 2023.

Organizers say Oklahoma City Spark’s inaugural season will launch in June of 2023. The team is expected to play at the 12,500 seat ASA Hall of Fame Stadium 2801 NE 50th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73111.

               Link:  https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mlb/womens-professional-fastpitch-adds-okc-spark-as-newest-franchise/ar-AAZZRQS?cvid=62c0b4886bbb4cf584c3a30a9c0b9881


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« Reply #20 on: August 05, 2022, 04:53:44 pm »

  

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PConR_sbigk

       Mayor Holt has put $70 million on 'pause.' The arena would take years to develop and build. In the meantime,
       Thunder Alley upgrades and anything non-essential will be put on pause. That way the money can go toward
       a new space.

      Holt also made a push for voters to consider the OKCPS bond issue. This would be a $600 to $900 million-dollar
      bond that would go toward upgrades like new schools and new programs for students and more.


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