Author: Jeff Elkins

Edmond Businesses Adjusting to ‘Safer-At-Home’ Order
News

Edmond Businesses Adjusting to ‘Safer-At-Home’ Order

Jeff Elkins- March 29, 2020

Essential businesses in Edmond are changing how they operate as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the market. Cindy Ulecht and Janet McDonald, co-owners of The Gourmet ... Read More

Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Takes Coronavirus Precautions
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Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Takes Coronavirus Precautions

Jeff Elkins- March 16, 2020

Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office detailed their efforts to reduce the possibility of COVID-19 spread in and outside of the Oklahoma County Jail to Oklahoma County ... Read More

Sunday Liquor Store Sales up for Vote in Seven Counties
News, Life

Sunday Liquor Store Sales up for Vote in Seven Counties

Jeff Elkins- February 27, 2020

Case stacks of liquor sit in the foreground at The Wild Turkey in northwest Oklahoma City. In Oklahoma, liquor can only be purchased by the ... Read More

U.S. Student Loan Debt Soars to $1.6 Trillion
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U.S. Student Loan Debt Soars to $1.6 Trillion

Jeff Elkins- February 11, 2020

The total student loan debt in the U.S. has now reached $1.6 trillion, according to a quarterly report recently released by the Federal Reserve. As ... Read More

New Year, New Status and Facilities for UCO Design
Campus, News

New Year, New Status and Facilities for UCO Design

Jeff Elkins- January 29, 2020

In an effort to accommodate for growth, the recently distinguished University of Central Oklahoma School of Design will turn the St. Mary’s Episcopal Church property ... Read More

Opinion: A Vote for Maps 4 Is a Vote for More in Oklahoma City
News, Opinion

Opinion: A Vote for Maps 4 Is a Vote for More in Oklahoma City

Jeff Elkins- November 26, 2019

Photo: The Oklahoma City skyline is pictured at twilight. On Dec. 10, Oklahoma City voters will head to the polls to vote on MAPS 4, ... Read More

“OK, Boomer,” What Worked Then Won’t Work Now
News, Opinion

“OK, Boomer,” What Worked Then Won’t Work Now

Jeff Elkins- November 14, 2019

The quip “OK, Boomer” has emerged from the internet as the response to baby boomers who dismiss the plight of younger generations. If you use ... Read More