Del City


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Del City,

city (1990 pop. 23,928), Oklahoma co., central Okla., a residential suburb of Oklahoma City; inc. 1948.
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July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Santa Rosa based Altus Equity Group, LP, real estate private equity firm is pleased to announce the acquisition and subsequent investor oversubscription to Cedar Hills Apartments, a multifamily community in Del City, a suburb of Oklahoma City.
In neighboring Del City, officials said they were beginning boat rescues in flooded neighborhoods.
The run-in took place outside a gas station in Del City, a suburb of Oklahoma City with a population of 21,000.
In the Oklahoma City area, LiceDoctors treats families in Chandler, Choctaw, Del City, Edmond, Guthrie, Harrah, Jones, Lexington, Moore, Newcastle, Mustang, Nicoma Park, Norman, Okarche, Oklahoma City, Piedmont, Pink, Purcell, Shawnee, Tacoma Park, Tecumseh, Tuttle, Union City, Yukon, and many more.
5-mile stretch of track between Del City and Sapulpa from the state of Oklahoma for $75 million, according to the state's Department of Transportation.
I love her and there's no way I was going to live knowing I was abandoning her,'' said Starr, of Del City.
Members of The John Birch Society (JBS), the Eagle Forum, and other constitutionalist organizations attended one of the COS presentations, on January 26 at the American Legion Hall in Del City, Oklahoma.
Fenton Motors also owns seven dealerships in Oklahoma (three in Ada and one each in Ardmore, Del City, McAlester and Oklahoma City), six dealerships in Texas (two in Mesquite and one each in Amarillo, Dumas, Longview and Pampa) and three in Missouri (one each in Blue Springs, Kansas City and Lee's Summit).
Twice elected SBC president, Eliff, 67, was pastor of First Southern Baptist Church, Del City, Oklahoma (1985-2005).
The Electric Vehicle Center of Technology (EVCT), a division of the Del City, OK-based Mid-Del Technology Center, will host the "Electric Drive Vehicle Summer Workshop 2005" from June 7 through June 10.
When Beth Bartlett renovated her home in Del City, Okla.
The dead came from all across central Oklahoma, from Oklahoma City, the suburbs of Moore, Midwest City, Del City and Norman.