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About Our December 2017 Cover Models

You may recognize Curt Martin (12), Cody Martin (9) and Cora Lee Martin (4) from local film, print and local/national TV shows.

Local Non-Profit Changes Name, Expands Services

Since 1925, Easter Seals has been providing unique services to people with disabilities in Oklahoma City. Earlier this year, the company changed its name to better reflect their mission and to better serve local needs.

Four Stereotypes About Local Immigrants

“I live right next to Capitol Hill to be closer and experience the same challenges as my neighbors,” said Kirk. “Proximity makes me understand.”

Nominate an OKC Family Advocate

We're accepting Family Advocates nominations now through Jan. 20.

SPONSORED: How United Way Makes OKC Better

We asked the United Way’s executive directory Debby Hampton to answer our questions, in hopes that this information will inspire our readers to give to the United Way to support all citizens, especially those most vulnerable.

SPONSORED: This Meal Kit Service Is a Game-Changer for Moms

As a mom of soon-to-be three under 3 years, I know what a lifesaver these meals have been for us and I want to share that with as many people as I can.

Local Terminally-Ill Kids Given Trips to Disney World

Three local kids with terminal illnesses were surprised today at Oklahoma City metro Panera Bread locations with trips to Disney World.

One Question Interview with Katie Francis

Katie Francis is a local 10th grader who’s known worldwide for setting the career record for Girl Scout cookie sales in the history of the organization.

Real Kids of the Metro: Darci Lynne Farmer

When “America’s Got Talent” judge Mel B pressed the golden buzzer after Darci Lynne Farmer’s sensational ventriloquism audition, catapulting her straight to the live shows to compete for America’s vote, the Deer Creek Middle School student’s immediate response was a tearful “No way!”

Sen Lankford's DREAM Act Solution

In late September, Senators James Lankford of Oklahoma, Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Orrin Hatch of Utah introduced the Succeed Act to address DACA recipients’ pathways to citizenship.
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