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By Chris Casteel Washington Bureau email@example.comWASHINGTON — The U. S. Senate gave final passage Saturday to a water projects bill that includes a historic water rights settlement among Oklahoma City, the state of Oklahoma and the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations.
The bill, approved 78-21, now goes to the White House.
By Juliana Keeping Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgMegan Conner did not go to work expecting to make a connection that would change her life.
Conner had been working for her dad, who operates the North Pole Adventure, a sprawling Christmas experience at the southwest corner of Plaza Mayor at the Crossroads on Oklahoma City's southside.
The North Pole opened early that mid-December day in 2015 so workers with the Emergency Medical Services Authority could take a child on a special outing to see Santa.
Conner thought she'd help show the little boy around.
As she helped open up shop, the child boarded an ambulance at Special Care, a school that caters to children with medical or developmental needs.
The staff at Special Care had nominated the 3-year-old boy for the one-on-one experience with Santa.
Peter Murry boarded the ambulance at school to see Santa.
By Tim Willert Staff Writer email@example.comThe recent filing period for school board candidates in 18 Oklahoma County school districts attracted 33 hopefuls, including 11 seeking three seats on the board representing Oklahoma City Public Schools.
Voters go to the polls Feb.
By Josh Dulaney Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgTalk quickly turns to tamales when Edgar Argueta considers the differences between Hispanic groups who call Oklahoma home.
The 64-year-old property owner prefers tamales wrapped in plantain leaves, like the kind he ate in his native Guatemala nearly 40 years ago.
“If I cook my food for the Mexicans, they don't like it,” Argueta said, laughing before a weekly citizenship class he teaches at the Hispanic American Mission in Oklahoma City.
By Brianna Bailey Staff Writer email@example.com As an impaired driving liaison for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, it's Trooper Chris Liles job to discern if an impaired driver has had too much to drink or is under the influence of some different kind of cocktail.
"If they are on a stimulant, they could appear agitated," Liles said.
By Brianna Bailey Business Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The Oklahoma-based Iowa Tribe has a deal to invest $10 million in a Florida software company for the launch of an international gaming website.
Pokertribe.com, touted as the first online gaming venture owned by an Indian tribe, was initially supposed to launch in August, but was recently delayed a second time.