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Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon's first volunteer still gives her time 17 years later

Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon’s first volunteer still gives her time 17 years later

Mary Smith May 7, 2017

Over two decades ago the Oklahoma City community was shaken by a tragic bombing that killed 168. Ruby Cline, an Oklahoma City resident, was horrified and while she didn't know any victims or survivors...

Medieval Fair show makes autistic teenager's dream reality

Medieval Fair show makes autistic teenager’s dream reality

Mary Smith May 7, 2017

For the first four years of Sierra's life she didn't speak a word. Her autism kept her disengaged from the world around her, until, that is, the tiny girl with wispy blond hair saw the mermaids at the...

Oklahoma City artist brings Latin pop to Norman Music Festival

Mary Smith April 26, 2017

From as early as the age of two Lincka Elizondo as always known what she wanted to do: sing and perform. Her mother, Lurdes Elizondo, can remember Lincka pointing at the TV while a woman sang and saying...

Laura Martinez (right) and  sister Dulce Martinez (left) prepare food for an order. Laura Martinez owns a taco food truck with her husband and has used her business as a means to support not only herself but her family as well.

Local food truck owner supports family and shares culture through her craft

Mary Smith April 10, 2017

Early mornings, late nights, long days, close quarters and time spent working with family are some of the ingredients it takes to make the authentic Mexican food served at El Taco Loco six days a week....

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