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State to host aerospace job fairOklahoma's Aerospace Commerce Economic Services (ACES) program will host a free career fair for job-seekers Tuesday.
By David A. Lieb and Gary D. RobertsonThe Associated PressRALEIGH, N.C. — Republican victories in state legislative and gubernatorial elections in 2010 put them in a commanding position the next year to draw new voting districts for the U.S. House and state legislatures that helped fortify Republican power for much of the following decade.But the celebration was short-lived for at least one of the Republicans' top redistricting strategists.Behind the scenes, GOP consultant Thomas Hofeller was worried that Democrats were far ahead of Republicans in collecting data that could help them draw districts in their favor following the next round of redistricting that will occur after the 2020 census.Hofeller died in August 2018 after a battle with cancer.
By Scott WrightStaff writer email@example.comJ’Mar Smith, just a sophomore at the time, was struggling to make quick decisions with the football in practice.Tim Rattay, who was coaching Smith and the other quarterbacks at Louisiana Tech back then, pulled the young player aside.After a few other quick words of advice, Rattay shared the simple thought that stuck with Smith.“Just throw the damn ball,” Rattay told him.This past season, Rattay was gone to the NFL, coaching quarterbacks at Washington.
By Chris CasteelStaff writer firstname.lastname@example.orgAt a town hall meeting Saturday in a predominantly black Oklahoma City neighborhood, there were reminders of the very public civil rights victories of the past and of the more private everyday struggles still occurring.“We went downtown and we sat and we sat and we sat, until the walls of segregation started coming down,” Marilyn Luper Hildreth recalled to a packed auditorium at Fairview Baptist Church on NE 7 Street.Hildreth’s mother, school teacher Clara Luper, organized the 1958 sit-in of the Katz Drug Store after months of trying to negotiate with the owners about a rule prohibiting blacks from sitting at the lunch counter.