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When thinking of forgiveness, don't forget to forgive yourself, OKC author says

Here is a meaningful devotional written by Carolyn Wall, my friend and writing teacher. She is a successful author of novels like "Sweeping Up Glass." Her short stories, articles and photographs have appeared in more than 100 publications. A full-time freelance writer and lecturer on university campuses and in conference centers across the country, Carolyn also conducts writing workshops.
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Huntington's disease advocates work to increase awareness of devastating brain disease

OKLAHOMA CITY — Imagine having amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, called ALS, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s – all at the same time. That’s how some Oklahomans with Huntington’s disease describe dealing with the devastating brain disease. Huntington’s disease advocates are having an upcoming walk to raise money for increased awareness. “It can...
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Breaking Bread event will focus on Latino community

A local group is hosting another gathering that will bring people together to discuss issues like race, bias, culture and the criminal justice system. This time, instead of focusing on connecting white and Black community leaders together, the next Breaking Bread breakfast will include dialogue with members of the Latino community.
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Doting father, who died of COVID, made others laugh

Editor’s note: This story is part of a series about Oklahomans who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Michael Kevin Dansby loved hanging out with friends at his automotive shop, working on and collecting hot rods, watching NASCAR and riding Harley Davidson motorcycles. But most of all, Dansby loved his...
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Mesta Festa brings beer garden, artists to Mesta Park

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A fun festival that is free and open to the public will kick off this weekend with an array of family-friendly activities. From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 26, the Mesta Park Neighborhood Association will present the 2021 Mesta Festa at Perle Mesta Park, located at N.W. 18th and Shartel Ave.
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'Miracle from God': Surgeons perform two heart transplants in 12 hours

OKLAHOMA CITY — Surgeons at Integris Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City performed two heart transplants within 12 hours. And the team pulled off this feat during a pandemic and amid a nationwide health care staffing shortage. “We weren’t sure we could pull off doing one transplant right after the...
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