Mike Hunter is officially divorced…

Well, that didn’t take long!

In a decree signed and dated on June 1st, former Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter quietly divorced his wife of 39-years, Cheryl Hunter.

The divorce was settled just 10 days after Mike originally filed for divorce… and five days after he announced he was resigning following our exclusive, first-to-web report about it, and his steamy affair with Kim Bailey, the general counsel for the Oklahoma Insurance Commission.

Although it was filed over two weeks ago, the decree is still not available on OSCN. Fortunately, we had an Ogle Mole track one down for us.

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OKC Residents Outraged Over Development of Bricktown Parking Lot!

The desires of Oklahomans are multi-faceted. It’s a rich tapestry of cultures who love the outdoors, collegiate and professional sports, and queso, amongst other things. But what is the numero uno bond shared by everyone across the state?

The obsession over the automobile. Every month is National Truck Month, and God granted us the right to be able to drive wherever and however we want. And if I’m gonna zoom around in a giant vehicle meant to seat many people but by myself, I deserve to park wherever I want for free.

But now we’re about to lose some prime real-estate of flat and free pavement downtown:

TLO Restaurant Review: Belle Isle Brewery

I have spent much of my adult life roaming the Penn Square area of Oklahoma City. I’ve lived there, hung out there and, most notably, worked there. At 50 Penn Place, I’ve seen a few shows there, went to a film discussion group there, and even met Bruce Campbell there. But, in all those many years, I have never once eaten there, particularly at the Belle Isle Brewery.

 

Last week, however, I decided to change that when I attended the British Invasion Group’s concert performance, stopping by a couple of hours early to grab an Oklahoma invasion of dinner with a friend.

 

 

With the pandemic almost a near memory in the lives of many decent Oklahomans, more places are starting to fill up with patrons and, on this night, the Belle Isle Brewery was no different, with many tables packed with families and friends that had, apparently, not seen each other in a while. It brought a slight sliver of a broken smile to my face before I looked over the menu and ordered…

 

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