Parking concerns grow with Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District A proposed rezoning near Bishop Avenue and Neely Street would clear the way for a restaurant near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. And such a change would be bad for its residential neighborhood. That’s what six residents of the Kidd Springs area in ... 05/9/2012 - 11:11 am | View Link
Amidst city council’s excitement over Arboretum developments, questions and concerns over parking problem You’ll find the video below, and you’ll note it hints at the coming problem, promising that annual attendance at the Arboretum will “grow to over 1 million ... the city,” Atkins said, from Bishop Arts to downtown to Fair Park. 05/1/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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BY NOLAN CLAY, Staff WriterFirst-time legislative candidate Kevin Wallace never has spoken to state schools Superintendent Janet Barresi and didn’t vote for her in the primary election.
Yet Wallace is depicted in a negative political flier as a string puppet starring in “The Janet Barresi Show.”
“On November 4th, Say No To Kevin Wallace & Janet Barresi’s Failed Agenda,” the flier states.
A group calling itself Ensuring Oklahoma’s Future paid for the flier — one of several mailed to residents in House District 32.
Outside groups like Ensuring Oklahoma’s Future are spending heavily on campaign fliers and other advertising in the state’s legislative races in the final push before Tuesday’s elections, records show.
In southeast Oklahoma, a national group called Stand For Children has spent more than $100,000 on television ads in an effort to defeat Sen.
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican nominee Jeff Johnson ended their series of debates Friday much like they began, with the incumbent hailing big-picture successes and his rival saying too many things went awry over the past four years. …
BY TIM TALLEY, Associated PressLaws that expand gun rights, help combat domestic violence, create new abortion restrictions and expand the punishment for human trafficking are scheduled to go into effect Saturday.
They are among about 250 laws approved by the state Legislature and signed by Gov.
By Jane Glenn Cannon, Staff WriterNORMAN — The state Judicial Elections Commission on Friday reprimanded a district judge candidate for using illegal campaign tactics and ordered him to post a statement acknowledging the violations on his website, Facebook page and other social media accounts.
Jeff Virgin, who is running against incumbent Steve Stice for a district judge post that serves Cleveland, McClain and Garvin counties, complied with the commission’s order that the acknowledgment be posted within three hours of the ruling.
From Staff ReportsThe Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Committee recently released a voter’s guide based on the results of a survey of Oklahoma candidates for elected office.
The 2014 Voter’s Guide: For the Well-Informed Voter of Faith asked candidates six questions on moral and ethical issues, said Brian Hobbs, director of communications for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma.