The Oklahoman’s 2019 All-City girls tennis team

By Cameron JourdanStaff Writercjourdan@oklahoman.comFirst team
Olivia Curtis, Sr., Christian Heritage; Carolyn Jarrett, Jr., Harding Charter Prep; Jenna Noel, Sr., Westmoore; Ryan Thompson, Sr., Heritage Hall; Annabelle Treadwell, So., Heritage Hall; Addison Miller, Jr., Deer Creek
Second team
Taryn Clark, Jr., Christian Heritage; Genesis Franks, Jr., Heritage Hall; Aspen Minihan, Fr., Crossings Christian; Cierra Rose, Jr., Crossings Christian; Courtney Wilkinson, Sr., Edmond Santa Fe; Anna Young, Jr., Heritage Hall
Honorable mention
Carl Albert: Maddie Biggers, Ashton Bryant, Abby Davis, Taryn McLaughlin, Mabyn Shuffield, Morgan Toney; Christian Heritage: Mattison Bullard, Rylee Langerman, Haven Pruitt, Elise Wall; Choctaw: Makensie Butler, Shelby Massengale, Jalise Seagraves, Samantha Stoneking; Classen SAS: Aimee Pham, Simren Shah; Crossings Christian: Jenna Curry, Olivia Keyser, Anna Murphy, Megan Szymanski; Deer Creek: Macy Cates, Chloe Hill, Marissa Teter, Emma Turner, Kacie Waswo; Edmond Memorial: Holly Heiner, Olivia Scott, Julia Spaulding, Lauren Ruff; Edmond North: Faith Ferrell, Chloe Golightly, Elia Nazari, Claire Owens, Anna Robertson, Katelyn Shaffer; Edmond Santa Fe: Shelby Dye, Kylie Kajoika, Vivian Lu, Claire Meursing, Landry Purvis; Guthrie: Bailey Cornwell, Cayden Ward; Harrah: Faith Swan; Harding Charter Prep: Anna Boevers, Caroline Dinh, Tory Nguyen, Violet Parrott, My Vu; Heritage Hall: Lily Plaster, Phoebe Shapard; McGuinness: Haileu Harris, Ashley Hill, Katherine Hill, Peyton McCuan, Sarah Miller, Haley Shanahan; Mustang: Christina Do, Nancy Nguyen; Norman: Ainslee Gabriel, Sheridan Grunsted, Yuna Jang, Taylor Mattingly-Harnden, Turner Mattingly-Harnden, Brittany McKnight; Norman North: Natalie Jabrzemski, Valerie Joplin; Oklahoma Christian School: Emma Bowers, Katy Koch, Mary Streller, Sarah Streller, Kaitlyn Wadley, Erica Wantland; Piedmont: Carissa Finley, Lily Humphries, Haleigh Trotter; Stillwater: Olivia Holiday, Lauren Jameson, Josie Leffingwell, Abby Pope, Brooklyn Sanders; U.S. Grant: Marisella Perez, Stephanie Young; Westmoore: Michelle Dang, Annie Vu; Yukon: Hannah Dillon, Lea Hildebrand, Nathaly Perilla, Sakura Roberts, Taylor Shipes, Ella Stanley
Cameron Jourdan, Staff Writer

Dam repairs get go-ahead

By William Crum Staff writerA state agency has given the go-ahead to repair a leaking dam that threatened neighborhoods in northeast Oklahoma City.
The private Lakeside Dam is on the east side of Air Depot Boulevard, north of Hefner Road, near streets lined with $500,000-plus homes.
The Oklahoma Water Resources Board issued an emergency order last week after finding the dam was at risk of failure due to erosion that had weakened the structure.
Agency staff met with owners' representatives and city engineering staff this week to go over repair plans.
The board's dam safety engineer, Zach Hollandsworth, then gave his approval for work to begin.
Lakeside Dam is owned by the Lakeside of Oakdale Homeowners Association.
The 2,000-foot-long earthen structure impounds an unnamed tributary of Deep Fork Creek, forming a neighborhood lake overlooked by homes along Waters Welling Way.Read more on

Stitt signs 514 bills, vetoes 16 in first session

By Carmen FormanStaff writercforman@oklahoman.comGov. Kevin Stitt has cleared his desk of legislation sent to him by state lawmakers.
Stitt on Wednesday finished acting on the remaining bills lawmakers advanced before the Legislature adjourned last week.
In his first legislative session, Stitt received 535 bills and acted on all but two of the measures.
Of the two bills that became law without Stitt’s action, one would have appropriated $2 million to the Indigent Defense System but was contingent upon passage of a bail reform bill that failed in the final days of the legislative session.Read more on

Oklahoma County marriage, divorce records for May 31, 2019

Staff reportsMARRIAGES
Emileigh Faye Gutierrrez and Colin Jay Goad
Jasmine Marie Simmons and Isaiah Vontrez Nigel Ware
Catherine Alexandra Miley and Joseph Alexander Fairbanks
Alexandr M. Carter and Andrew Charles Nievez
Jaclyn D. Foster and Craig Franklin Hill
Jeanne E. Keffer and Wesley Keith Remer
Christina Blythe Foshee and Jonathan Douglas Cunningham
Courtney Jean Caplin and Erik Jon Nuveen
Taylor Ann Wilson and Caleb Micah Break
Carmeshia Denay Jefferson and Johnnie Finley III
Ana Paula Guimaraes Dos Santos and Amilton Moreira Da Silva Jr.
Brucheel Madrid Acevedo and Fred Allen Ridley IV
Faith Marie Hall and Steven Murray Lampson
Jessica Rae Phillips and Christopher Ryan Burns
Breanna Joyce Hunter and Matthew David Brillhart
Anna Pauline Pierce and Zachary Joseph Keyser
Hope Alexandra Lairson and Phillip Patrick Burkhart
Rebecca Lea Bailey and Christopher Mark Edmison
Iliian P. Flores and Gabriel Jose Rodriguez Martinez
Morgan Leigh Arledge and John William Moehlenbrock
Taylor Nicole Helms and Matthew R. Ruske
Margaret Elizabeth Mckoy and Kristi Lyn Bratkovich
Luvanique Michelle Yearby and Antjuan Lamarr Martin
Kendi Renae Smith and Denzel James Mcdaniel
Hannah Christine Weiss and Jeremy Michael Crise
Lisa Anne Snider and Edward Gene McMorris
Jenny Marie Stone and Jonathon Michael Harris
Rebekah Kay Wilson and Kristina Lea Williams
Yuyun Yang and Yonghong Yang
Delaney Elizabeth Cisneros and Julian Francisco Manzo
Imelda Cristal Vargas and Michael David Haas
Kelsey Elizabeth James and Kyle Russell Bentley
Beder, Lindsey Nicole v.

Charreria, a Hispanic equestrian competion in El Reno canceled due to storm damage

Staff reportsEL RENO — A national Hispanic equestrian event, the sport of charreria, planned Friday to Sunday has been canceled due to weather.
Flooding and tornado damage hit El Reno recently, and the event was called off, said Carlos Castro, coach of the Oklahoma City Flor Imperial sidesaddle team.
The competitions were scheduled to be at the rodeo arena at 15900 SW 44.Read more on

Navy week underway in Oklahoma City

Staff reportsNavy week celebrations are underway in Oklahoma City, complete with Blue Angels flyovers and brass band concerts.
On Thursday, sailors with the Navy Southwest’s 32nd Street Brass Band performed for visitors at the Myriad Botanical Gardens.Read more on

Weather-delayed wheat harvest expected to put farmers in a time bind

By Jack MoneyBusiness writerjmoney@oklahoman.comAbout half of the wheat in southwestern Oklahoma already should have been harvested and trucked to grain elevators for storage, but only a fraction of that grain has arrived at elevators as growers wait for their fields to dry.
Farmers said Thursday they need low humidity and lots of sun to get their fields firm enough to be able to start harvesting.Read more on