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Oklahoma City church has politically powerful parishioners

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Late on a recent Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Joseph Alsay stood before his congregation and assorted guests in bright vestments over a pinstriped suit and cufflinks, his backdrop the strewn hay of a Bethlehem manger. "In our...

 

Oklahoma City church has politically powerful parishioners

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Late on a recent Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Joseph Alsay stood before his congregation and assorted guests in bright vestments over a pinstriped suit and cufflinks, his backdrop the strewn hay of a Bethlehem manger. "In our...

 

Experts preserve Osage language through technology

PAWHUSKA, Okla. (AP) - Mogri Lookout had been studying the Osage language for three decades when, in 2004, he was asked to lead the tribe's efforts to preserve it. "It was what I considered to be a dying language back then," he said. But interest in...

 

Development continues at Oklahoma Superfund site

MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (AP) — As the Environmental Protection Agency considers whether a site contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals is one of the nation's worst, development continues unabated behind it and a large land sale has occurred across t...

 

Obama commuted Topeka man who 2 US presidents helped lock up

LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (AP) — There is a lot about Nov. 22, 2002, that Lavelle Henderson cannot recall. He can't recall what the weather was like, The Topeka Capital-Journal (http://bit.ly/2s6lXmw ) reported. He can't recall what he was wearing or what...

 

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