The WesTen District has had at least one movie theater over the years, but we don’t think there has ever been a drive-in movie option; that is, until now! Thanks to Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, residents can get one of the free 92 spots to see a family friendly movie on the university’s campus at…

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Chuck House may not have been the first restaurant from the Thurber family, but it is the one with the most longevity.  Beginning with the first location in Edmond across the street from what is now the University of Central Oklahoma, they moved to Northwest 10th Street on December 20, 1978.  In 2009, they opened…

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Liberia, Iraq, Kenya, Morocco, Jordan, Mexico, and Iran will have representation through the 16 individuals represented on Sunday morning, July 26th at The Fellowship* at a ceremony celebrating their new U. S. A. citizenship. The speaker is Dr. Jim Cooper, district superintendent of the Southwest District Church of the Nazarene.  Each of these individuals used…

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Portland Avenue was a dirt road in 1934 and houses were sparse, but Oklahoma City was growing northwest, and a group of Baptists decided to start a church in a home around North 13th on that dirt road. As the group grew, they needed a place to gather and worship and built their first church…

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