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By Bryan Dean, The Oklahoman Jul. 15--The two Democratic candidates for state House District 16 agree the state's failing roads and bridges are among the most important issues in the election.
By Jennifer Palmer, The Oklahoman Jul. 15--With news of another airline cancelling service to Oklahoma, airline officials say it's not too early to book holiday flights. This weekend, US Airways said it will discontinue flights to Oklahoma City starting in September.
By Jim Stafford, The Oklahoman Jul. 15--Kenny Phillips opened his Rockhouse Cinema studios in far northwest Oklahoma City to a one-man tour Monday, showing off a vast array of editing equipment in what once was nothing more than a, well, rock house.
By Wendy K. Kleinman, The Oklahoman Jul. 14--Oklahoma public school superintendents typically stay at their jobs about 5 1/2 years, according to an analysis of data from the state Education Department.
By John David Sutter, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Jul. 13--PICHER -- Over the years, many have championed the cause of this polluted lead and zinc mining town from behind the scenes.
By Wendy K. Kleinman, The Oklahoman Jul. 14--Oklahoma public school superintendents typically stay at their jobs about 5 years, according to an analysis of data from the state Education Department.
By Tony Thornton, The Oklahoman Jul. 14--When Denny Sanders pays the rent for his Shawnee restaurant, more than 600,000 kids get a shot at a slightly better education. Sanders' landlord is the state of Oklahoma, specifically the Commissioners of the Land Office.
By The Oklahoman Jul. 11--The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is presenting a matinee film series featuring movies set in ancient Rome in conjunction with the "Roman Art from the Louvre" exhibition. The six-week series is set for 2 p.m. Sundays in the museum's Noble Theater, 415 Couch Drive.
By Tony Thornton, The Oklahoman Jul. 11--The proposed sale of 206 state-owned acres next to Deer Creek High School in Oklahoma County was put on hold Thursday amid concerns about the appraisal process used to determine its value.
By Jake Trotter, The Oklahoman Jul. 11--There's a reason why James W. Conradt was able to lift a template off The Oklahoman's Web site, NewsOK.com, to create a phony story about Oklahoma quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Landry Jones.