Public Safety Center costs increase
City staff is getting a clearer look at the cost of the Pubic Safety Center project.
City Manager Larry Stevens said the anticipated costs for constructing the facilities combined with soft costs will be about $37.5 million. Some of those estimated costs are not directly related to constructing the buildings but are associated with the project as a whole.
Oklahoma State Senate approves changes to A-F school grading system
The full Senate voted to improve and reform Oklahoma’s A-F grades for public schools. Sen. Clark Jolley, the original author of the A-F legislation, said the idea was to help parents more easily understand how their children’s schools were doing.
Church presents string quartet
Church of the Good Shepherd will present at 7 p.m. March 29 (Good Friday) Joseph Haydn’s “Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross” for Symphony Quartet performed by Quartet Members: Dr. Hon Zhu, I Violin; Thedora Morris, II Violin; Dr. Ralph Morris, Viola; Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher, Cello.
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Deadline looms in new OC president search
Oklahoma Christian’s search committee is pleased with the healthy number of qualified candidates for president it has received, a spokeswoman said.
Edmond cops investigate a bear of a mystery
Edmond detectives have a bear of a mystery on their hands. Someone has stolen a panda from a local church. That’s right, a panda.
OKC Community Foundation awards $25,000 grant to Peppers Ranch
Peppers Ranch recently announced they were awarded a grant by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation in the amount of $25,000 from the Opportunities for Children iFund.
UCO reaches out to Japanese students after earthquake
University of Central Oklahoma staff are reaching out to its Japanese students who are likely thinking about relatives and friends back home.
New centenarian’s advice: Stay active
Evelyn Clark is one of Touchmark at Coffee Creek’s more active residents and recently became the newest Edmond centenarian. But even at 100, she has no immediate plans to slow down.
Clark marked her 100th birthday on Oct. 30, and said that as the Thanksgiving holidays approach, she has much to be thankful for.
Mascot helps kick off “Click It or Ticket” mobilization
Metro area law enforcement agencies joined forces Monday at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark to launch the 2010 “Click It or Ticket” mobilization, which will run May 24 through June 6.
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