Oklahoma City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place Saturday, March 15th. The procession begins at the intersection of Reno and Hudson Avenues downtown at 11 a.m. before making its way east toward the Bricktown Ballpark.
Thousands of Oklahomans are expected to attend the parade that features more than 80 combined entries that include floats, animals and antique cars.
The Oklahoma Mission of Mercy, aka OkMOM, is in Enid February 7 and 8 at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center to provide Oklahomans complimentary dental care. OkMOM Enid marks the fifth-annual OkMOM event.
“We see a fair number of people down here who have abscessed teeth. All we can do is give them antibiotics,” said Enid Community Clinic Coordinator Janet Cordell according to Mission of Mercy’s website.
The University of Oklahoma's Institute for Quality Communities reviewed some of the best things that happened in Oklahoma’s towns in 2013, from big time music festivals to smartphone apps (H/t to "World Views" contributor Rebecca Cruise).
The developer of a planned 14- to 16- story high-rise in downtown Oklahoma City says OGE Energy Corp. will be the anchor tenant of the building that will replace a downtown theater complex known as Stage Center.
Kestrel Investments announced Tuesday that it will ask the Downtown Design Review Committee for a demolition permit on the 3.15-acre property where it will build the tower.
Kestrel's plans include multi-level parking and leased space for retail, restaurants and other businesses in addition to OGE Energy.