The evening honored Signature Symphony at TCC Artistic Director and Conductor Dr. Barry Epperley for his accomplishments over the past three decades to the performing arts and arts education in northeast Oklahoma. Epperley will retire at the end of this season, but another very special event is coming soon.
OKLAHOMA CITY (March 10, 2014) – The Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) is announcing its 2014 Citizenship Dinner Thursday, April 3 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. The event honors 2014 Citizenship Award Recipient, Dr. Tom Coburn, retiring Oklahoma senator. In addition, OCPA proudly features keynote speaker, Dr. Charles Krauthammer, New York Times bestselling author, syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor.
OCPA extends the Citizenship Award each year at the annual Citizenship Dinner to a deserving national leader who exemplifies the most important duty as an American — that of serving the country that is our home. This year’s Citizenship Award will recognize Dr. Coburn for his dedication and hard work on behalf of Oklahomans and all Americans.
For people with allergies, the special pet-owner relationship is complicated by the irritating symptoms owners often endure. For people who don’t find sufficient relief, or are burdened by existing treatment options, some ultimately make the emotionally painful decision to give up their cats, depriving themselves and family of companionship with their adored pets. A new study at BreatheAmerica Tulsa is evaluating a different approach.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Today, Democratic candidate Rep. Joe Dorman’s campaign for Governor of Oklahoma launched a new website – www.JoeDorman.com — with a series of “The Joe I Know” online videos featuring Oklahomans from every corner of the state sharing why they believe Joe Dorman is the right choice for all Oklahomans.
JoeDorman.com will allow Oklahoma voters to learn more about Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rep. Joe Dorman, his stance on key issues and what other Oklahomans have to say about his leadership and his belief in always putting people over politics.
What do TSA groping, NSA data-mining, and mercury-laced fluorescent light bulbs have to do with keeping your doctor? They are the products of seductively entitled but flawed laws. As Daniel Webster said, “good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority.”
The Transportation Security Administration and the National Security Agency restrain our liberty under the auspices of the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001 (PATRIOT Act). The Energy Independence and Security Act is phasing out incandescent bulbs.