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      • Coronavirus and Kids: Walking through Grief Together
        I began the day like any other day of The New Normal: juggling my roles as educator, referee, and remote employee. Things were going decently well. I was preparing to tackle the week’s deadlines and set up a Zoom meeting, and the kids had ju…
        - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:50am -
      • Tiger King: The Circus We All Needed
        The past several weeks have been a super-sized combo meal of global pandemic and general uncertainty. As we’ve all tried to balance homeschooling from scratch, getting a little sunshine, getting enough exercise, watching the evening news wit…
        - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:27am -
      • I Don’t Want to Homeschool Either- Confessions from a Teacher
        Under any other circumstances, teachers look forward to Spring Break just as much as their students. This time felt different. I knew there was a chance, a good possibility, that we would be extending that break. At first, it was just a couple…
        - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:22am -
      • How to Give Yourself Grace During COVID-19
        The chaos of COVID-19 is here and life as we know it has changed pretty drastically. All large gatherings have been canceled, businesses are temporarily closing, and we have been encouraged to take part in this thing called “Social Distancin…
        - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:11am -
      • We Weren’t Done: A Teacher’s Letter To Her Students
        Dear Students, I wish I could see all of you right now! It would make me so happy to give each of you a hug and hear all about what you have been up to. I want all of us to be safe and that means we won’t be together for the rest of the [……
        - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:00am -
      • The Playlist of a (Corona) Lifetime
        If you check out my Apple Music, you’re going to find a playlist for just about any occasion. I have one for sleeping, a single mom playlist, an anxiety playlist, one for when I’m cleaning… you get the point. Music is life for me; it’s…
        - 9 days ago, 30 Mar 20, 1:00am -
      • Spring Cleaning for the Soul
        With everyone on high alert and preparing to #flattenthecurve by way of self-quarantine, I’ve taken this opportunity to clean out rather than stock up. In general, we mamas know the drill come spring! Something inside us stirs, and we feel t…
        - 9 days ago, 30 Mar 20, 1:00am -

      The Daily Thunder

      • Sam Presti Was the Executive of the Year
        Presti magic is real. It’s the reason the Thunder thrive, and the reason Sam Presti deserves this season's Executive of the Year award.The post Sam Presti Was the Executive of the Year appeared first on Daily Thunder - Thunder Every Day.
        - 9 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 1:30pm -
      • Daily Thunder’s 2019-20 NBA Awards Selections
        Daily Thunder hands out hardware for the 2019-20 season. Where did all of the Thunder candidates end up?The post Daily Thunder’s 2019-20 NBA Awards Selections appeared first on Daily Thunder - Thunder Every Day.
        - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 2:00pm -
      • Monday Bolts: 04.06.20
        Today's top Thunder news and headlines.The post Monday Bolts: 04.06.20 appeared first on Daily Thunder - Thunder Every Day.
        - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 12:30pm -
      • Sunday Crossword: Time and Place
        The weekly crossword puzzle with a Thunder theme.The post Sunday Crossword: Time and Place appeared first on Daily Thunder - Thunder Every Day.
        - 2 days ago, 5 Apr 20, 1:07pm -
      • Saturday Morning Cartoons: Clutch Paul
        Happy weekend. Thank you for your support of Daily Thunder.The post Saturday Morning Cartoons: Clutch Paul appeared first on Daily Thunder - Thunder Every Day.
        - 3 days ago, 4 Apr 20, 1:08pm -
      • Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s Case for Most Improved Player
        SGA for MIP? Scoring volume, advanced plus-minus, defense, free-throw rate, pull-up and unassisted threes: it's hard to find a category Shai *hasn't* improved in.The post Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s Case for Most Improved Player appeared first on Da…
        - 4 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 1:30pm -
      • Announcing the Daily Thunder x Shop Good T-Shirt Collection
        Whether you want to rep this site, celebrate the likely Sixth Man of the Year, or display your hope that basketball will keep us together in these trying times, our first releases have you covered.The post Announcing the Daily Thunder x Shop Good T-…
        - 5 days ago, 2 Apr 20, 3:30pm - OKC - Adam Knapp

      The Lost Ogle

      • Oklahoma is no longer the best state at not testing for Coronavirus…
        Over the past couple of days, there have been a lot of graphics floating around on social media casually pointing out that Oklahoma is the best state in the country at not testing its residents for Coronavirus. For example: Oklahoma is DEAD LAST (by…
        - 7 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 3:33pm -
      • James Lankford shamed for buying essential flowers…
        As most of our readers know, there’s nothing I enjoy more than lampooning, criticizing and shaming Oklahoma’s idiotic US Senators for their draconian views, theocratic ideologies, illogical decision-making, general hypocrisy and bad haircuts. Des…
        - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 8:10pm -
      • 5 Oklahoma legal restrictions COVID-19 proved were BS after all…
        Experts, news pundits, and minion meme-sharing extended family members on Facebook alike are all claiming that our world will look very different after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. In fact, executive orders and the recently declared state of emergency…
        - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 3:30pm -
      • TLO guide to filing for Oklahoma unemployment
        Hopefully if you’re reading this, you still have a job and are enjoying working from home. Your coworkers are pets, the snack selection is more personally catered to your tastes, and every day is Pantsless Friday. If you’re like me and part of th…
        - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:11pm -
      • Lost Ogle Show with Norman Mayor Breea Clark!!!
        On the second part of our Coronamania / Joe Exotic podcast, Marisa and I talked with Norman Mayor Breea Clark. As our state leadership (a.k.a. Governor) and other local municipalities have dragged their feet and tried to pray away the virus, she took…
        - 3 days ago, 4 Apr 20, 3:16pm -
      • Lost Ogle Show: Joe Exotic Coronamania Podcast (Part I)
        After taking a few weeks off to gather our wits and set up new recording spaces, The Lost Ogle Show has returned in full force. On this episode – The Joe Exotic Coronamania Cast (Part I) – Marisa and I spent some time catching up, and talking abo…
        - 4 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 3:35pm -
      • Louis Fowler’s Pandemic Journal: Relief Payment
        I’m standing six-feet above ground today, so I like to think I’m still ahead of this virus. When I was walking, I saw a message in the dirt: We Are in This T…something. Seemed apropos. Rent was due this week and I was able to send off a check,…
        - 4 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 2:07pm -

      OKCTalk News

      • City set to award developer rights to key downtown parcel
        The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is set to sell a highly-visible tract of downtown land to a local developer.After issuing a request for proposal for 4.4 acres at NW 4th and E.K. Gaylord Boulevard, the city agency received two submission…
        - 21 days ago, 17 Mar 20, 1:06pm -
      • Palo Santo to bring new life to Farmers Market
        California transplants Brian and Bailey Butler are set to open Palo Santo Cocktail Bar + Kitchen, an ambitious new entry in the Farmers Market District.The couple moved to Oklahoma City about a year ago, after visits to Bailey's parents – Tony…
        - 25 days ago, 13 Mar 20, 12:35pm -
      • Iconic Route 66 A-Frame structure set for demolition
        The new owner of the old Mutts Hot Dog restaurant at 1400 NW 23rd has filed plans to demolish the distinct building and build a new shopping center on the site.Constructed in the 1960s for the short-lived Heap Big Beef restaurant chain, the disti…
        - 28 days ago, 10 Mar 20, 6:01pm -
      • $40 million in excess MAPS 3 funds to be allocated
        Today, the MAPS3 Board voted to return $15 million from the convention center which will not be needed for that project.Historic Union Station bordering Scissortail ParkCombined with approximately $20 million in excess sales tax collections, int…
        - 40 days ago, 27 Feb 20, 5:17pm -
      • Costco plans for Moore revealed
        Following a red-hot start at the first Costco location in the Oklahoma City area, Costco is actively working on a new location in Moore.Main entrance to proposed Costco in MooreThe iconic warehouse chain opened at Memorial Road and Western last…
        - 49 days ago, 18 Feb 20, 3:58pm -
      • Work starts on two huge tenants at Quail Springs Mall
        After demolishing Macy's to make way for the massive Life Time Fitness center, the new owners of Quail Springs Mall continue to revamp the property, and are now moving forward with two large new tenants.Mall Lower Level
        - 53 days ago, 14 Feb 20, 1:31pm -
      • Bricktown plans revealed for Old Spaghetti Factory
        Building permits have been filed to convert the old Nonna's / West space into a 16,000 square foot Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant.The prime location at the corner of Sheridan and Mickey Mantle Drive has been vacant since West closed its doors i…
        - 55 days ago, 12 Feb 20, 4:34pm -

      KOCO - OKC News

        Abandoned Oklahoma

        • Comment on Robberson Steel by Justin Fletcher
          I ran around that shop on Saturdays when my Dad worked on weekends. Remember his office was a shed inside the building. John Fletcher was dads name. His Good friend at the Larry OzMent would always be in there on them days with his coffee cup in his…
          - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 10:51am -
        • Comment on Camp Scott by Jeremy Cummings
          Thank you for your words.
          - 3 days ago, 5 Apr 20, 12:36am -
        • Comment on Hotel Jameson by Ethel Schiller
          This is so sad that they just allow it to fall down! It should be on the national historic register
          - 4 days ago, 4 Apr 20, 6:23am -
        • Comment on Abundant Life Building by Jan
          My Dad died in that building in 1968. He worked in heating and air conditioning. He and his co-worker were working in the elevator shaft, he stepped back in to retrieve a tool he left and someone took the elevator to the top floor. When the elevat…
          - 4 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 12:55pm -
        • Comment on Old Burbank Jail by Hotel Jameson | Abandoned Oklahoma
          […] coming years right after. With a surge in residents and oil-workers came crime as well, the local Burbank Jail held some of the misdemeanor criminals and is one of the 3 historic buildings that still stand in […]
          - 5 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 1:00am -
        • Comment on Skirvin Hotel by Brenda
          So glad this was redone. Beautiful
          - 8 days ago, 30 Mar 20, 6:43pm -
        • Comment on Washington School of Shawnee by Brenda
          My question is why are they leaving items that still could be used. They could be used for other school save the tax payers some money. Love the pictures thanks for sharing.
          - 8 days ago, 30 Mar 20, 5:51pm -

        OKCTalk Latest Posts

        • newRudy Grant Park
          Work has started on the future Ruby Grant Park. This will be home to future Cross Country Races for both NCAA and High School teams. The current...
          - 48 mins ago, 7 Apr 20, 10:06pm -
        • Residential Steel Building company in OKC/Yukon/Mustang area
          I'm looking for a company that I can get an estimate from for a residential steel building. I'm looking to put around a 18X24 steel building shop...
          - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 8:36pm -
        • April 2020 - General Weather Discussion
          Warmer today with strong south winds. This will continue for the first half of the week, pushing temperatures into the 80s. Next cool down is...
          - 1 day ago, 6 Apr 20, 1:20pm -
        • Question about a Piece of land in South OKC
          I have a question about the piece of land that is located next to and across the street from the new Western Storage place just south of SW 68th and...
          - 4 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 4:24pm -
        • House Breaking a Puppy
          We have a new 9 week old male lab puppy for a week. He does great overnight in his pen, but during day he has a tendency to piddle a small amount...
          - 6 days ago, 2 Apr 20, 12:00am -
        • Dell campus
          I couldn't find a thread about the Dell campus so I'm just posting it here. Does anyone know what's going on at the Dell campus? There's a variety of...
          - 6 days ago, 1 Apr 20, 11:43pm -
        • What Have You Learned Through the Virus?
          Surely there are things we've learned about life, each other, family, etc through this virus outbreak. Personally, there were a ton of things I took...
          - 7 days ago, 1 Apr 20, 1:07am -

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        Oklahoma Gazette

        Journal Record

        • newOklahoma hospitals in ‘critical condition’
          As hospitals across Oklahoma and the rest of the nation have had to eliminate elective surgeries and other routine services in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and marshal resources to battle the pandemic, vital revenue streams also have been eli…
          - 35 mins ago, 7 Apr 20, 10:19pm -
        • newSandRidge Energy names new CEO, plans layoffs
          SandRidge Energy withdrew its previously released 2020 guidance Tuesday, announcing plans for layoffs, asset sales and cuts to salaries and capital expenditures amid appointment of a new executive.
          - 1 hour ago, 7 Apr 20, 9:50pm -
        • newOSU engineers prototyping, making protective gear
          A team from Oklahoma State University’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s Endeavor lab is prototyping and manufacturing protective masks and face shields for donation.
          - 2 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 9:18pm -
        • newOSU launches statewide telemedicine program
          The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences launched its enhanced OSU TeleHealth Solution service Monday at Fairfax Community Hospital in Osage County.
          - 2 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 9:01pm -
        • new3M, U.S. reach agreement that allows mask exports to Canada
          Manufacturing giant 3M said Monday it has an agreement with the Trump administration that will allow the company to continue to export N95 protective masks to Canada and Latin America amid the coronavirus pandemic.
          - 2 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 8:30pm -
        • newMnuchin: Additional $250 billion sought for small businesses
          The Trump administration will seek an additional $250 billion to support a program designed to help small businesses keep workers employed through the coronavirus outbreak, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
          - 3 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 8:12pm -
        • newCapital Perspectives: Long, strange trip to new normal
          We are a mere three months into the new decade and it’s already been a long, strange trip.
          - 3 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 7:55pm -

        The City Sentinel


        • Oklahoma Senate acts to deplete Rainy Day Fund, approves governor’s emergency powers
          OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Legislature met Monday (April 6), to approve measures depleting the state's "Rainy Day" Fund and other reserves, in an effort to "stabilize the state budget and affirm the governor’s health emergency declaration in re…
          - 18 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 5:00am -
        • Oklahoma House approves emergency powers for governor. Rainy Day Fund depletion passed
          With approval of a Rainy Day Fund depletion, the Legislature on Monday stabilized the current year budget to prevent cuts to agencies. Legislators also affirmed Gov. Kevin Stitt’s expanded health emergency declaration, which gives the governor addi…
          - 18 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 5:00am -
        • Honoring My Father: Finding Meaning and Purpose in Adversity
          Acknowledging your grief is not self-pity, nor is it a cry for help. On the contrary, it has been empowering for me to recognize that I will live with the grief of my father’s death for as long as I live. But I won't be paralyzed or mired in depres…
          - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 5:00am -
        • March gross receipts show calm before storm, Treasurer McDaniel says
          OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Gross Receipts to the Treasury in March show the calm before the storm. As has been the case for several months, they indicate slight overall growth, but with slowing sales tax collections and reduced oil and gas production…
          - 2 days ago, 6 Apr 20, 5:00am -
        • Oklahoma statewide candidate filing begins Wednesday (April 8) – Mail, Delivery and ‘drive-through options offered
          Oklahoma’s 2020 candidate filing period for federal, state, and legislative offices will occur as scheduled, Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax announced last week. The three-day filing period runs 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on April 8…
          - 3 days ago, 5 Apr 20, 5:00am -
        • Hope, in all seasons: Reflections
          St. Thomas Aquinas taught there are three main theological virtues: Faith, Hope and Charity. The Latin word “caritas” is translated strictly as “charity,” but is also rendered “love.” The most widely beloved expression of the trilogy is f…
          - 5 days ago, 3 Apr 20, 5:00am -
        • COMMENTARY: Make A Difference!
          Last week two men died who influenced my life. The first was Milton Martin. Martin was a native Texan who became a Baptist missionary to Mexico. Martin served for 40 plus years in southern Mexico and was responsible for the establishment of over 200…
          - 6 days ago, 2 Apr 20, 5:00am -

        Business News from NewsOK

        • newTrump seeks $250 billion more from Congress for payrolls
          WASHINGTON (AP) — As Congress races to craft the next coronavirus rescue package, President Donald Trump's sudden request Tuesday to pump $250 billion more into a just-launched payroll program for small businesses may hit roadblocks.Treasury Secr…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 5:02pm -
        • newTrump upends virus oversight, removing key official
          WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is moving aggressively to challenge the authority and independence of agency watchdogs overseeing his administration, including removing the inspector general tasked with overseeing the $2.2 trillion coronav…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 4:59pm -
        • new'Pharma Bro' wants out of prison to research coronavirus
          NEW YORK (AP) — Convicted former drug company CEO Martin Shkreli, known as “Pharma Bro,” wants to get out of prison so he can help research a treatment for the coronavirus, his lawyer said Tuesday.Defense attorney Ben Brafman said that he wil…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 4:56pm -
        • Computer issues at SBA said to hold up small business loans
          NEW YORK (AP) — Small business owners hoping for quick help from the government’s emergency $349 billion lending program were still waiting Tuesday amid reports of computer problems at the Small Business Administration.The SBA’s loan processi…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 4:53pm -
        • Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Will Rogers World Airport in OKC sees sharp decline in flight schedule
          By Josh DulaneyStaff Writerjdulaney@oklahoman.comScheduled flights at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City are down nearly half compared to this time last year as the coronavirus pandemic continues.For the first two weeks of April, an average o…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 4:53pm -
        • Oklahoma governor again calls for more virus testing
          OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday again called for more residents to be tested for the coronavirus while saying the state has an ample stockpile of personal protection equipment for medical workers and others who treat infec…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 4:52pm -
        • Consumers get some breaks, but layoffs keep coming
          The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Tuesday related to the global economy, the work place and the spread of the virus.___________CUSTOMERS FIRST: The pandemi…
          - 6 hours ago, 7 Apr 20, 4:49pm -

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