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OKC Needs a Flag

Today’s TED Talk by Roman Mars (see below) inspired me to find out whether Oklahoma City has a flag.

Unable to find the Oklahoma City flag online, I emailed a few design ideas to Mayor Mick Cornett. 79 more words

Mayors of NYC (D) and OKC (R) Make a Case for Infrastructure Funding

On May 13, 2015 Mayors Bill de Balsio (D-NYC) and Mick Cornett (R-OKC) penned an Op-Ed in The New York Times explaining the dire need for Federal infrastructure investment. 805 more words

U.S. Conference of Mayors issue verdict on police conduct

(pictured: Kevin Johnson)

The U.S. Conference of Mayors’s Working Group of Mayors and Police Chiefs have made a set of recommendations coming on the heels of the crisis in Ferguson, Staten Island, New York and other incidents where police conduct have come under serious questioning. 718 more words

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Oklahoma City Mayor marries in Tulsa

OKLAHOMA CITY – Wedding bells are ringing for Oklahoma City’s Mayor.

That’s because Mayor Mick Cornett, 56 married Terri Walker, 55.

The wedding took place in the bride’s hometown of Tulsa Wednesday morning. 87 more words

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American Jobs Act(s) ....

Are Americans willing and ready to tell members of Congress to stop the bs already and do something besides inserting poison pills in these JOBS BILLS… 2,246 more words

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Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Adds 6

Oklahoma’s most prestigious sports honor has officially added six new members to the fold.

The Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame inducted former Oklahoma Quarterback J.C. Watts, former OSU Defensive Tackle Leslie O’Neal, Mayor Mick Cornett, rodeo star Roy Cooper, and posthumously inducts former baseball catcher Darrell Porter as well as former OU baksetball star Gerald Tucker. 261 more words

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Oklahoma City's newest attraction, 700-ft. zip line, opening in time for Memorial Day

OKLAHOMA CITY – Some of Oklahoma’s leaders, celebrities will be trying out Oklahoma City’s newest sporting attraction opening just in time for Memorial Day.

The SandRidge Sky Zip, Oklahoma City’s new 700-foot zip line across the Oklahoma River, will open for a two-hour community preview following a ribbon cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. 195 more words

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