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In OKC, residents express hope, doubt after Biden inauguration

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Jan. 21—As Joe Biden promised in his Wednesday inauguration to be a president for all Americans and not just those who voted him into office, a south side Mexican immigrant wondered if she would be treated as an equal citizen, a Black chef on the northeast side predicted things wouldn’t change much, and a self-described “redneck” sat in his pickup truck and stared at the state Capitol in disbelief.
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Oxford Tire Shop LLC has changed ownership

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Tonkawa’s long time business Oxford Tire Shop LLC has changed ownership, from Margie and John Oxford to their niece and her husband, Gina and Chris LeMay. The Oxford families are three generations in Tonkawa and Mr. LeMay is a transplant from West Texas. When the Oxford’s decided to retire, after being in the business for 13 years, the LeMay family decided to sell their semi-truck and start the transition into taking over the business the end of 2020.
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Time to Apply

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OKLAHOMA CITY – January 18, 2021 – If you have participated in little league, junior high or high school football, there might be a college scholarship waiting for you. If you are a band student, from a single-parent home, a swimmer or the first in your family to attend college, there could be scholarships for you too.
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Sen. Rosino files bill to prevent organ transplant discrimination against disabled

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Sen. Paul Rosino, R-Oklahoma City, has filed legislation to prohibit discrimination against a potential organ transplant recipient based solely on the person’s physical or mental disability. Rosino said Senate Bill 378, creating Everett’s Law, was requested by Edmond parents Rhys and Neely Gay. Their middle child, Everett, was diagnosed with Down Syndrome shortly after he was born. He also had a congenital heart defect.