Links Mentioned On Sept. 8, 2020


Tuesday, September 8th 2020, 3:17 am
By: News 9


Councilwoman Nice Hosts Voting, Census Events

Ward 7 Councilwoman Nikki Nice is encouraging Oklahoma City residents to register to vote, take the 2020 Census and wear face masks by hosting a series of community events from 4-6 p.m. every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday in September, according to a news release sent Tuesday.

For a full list of scheduled events and more information, click here.

OU Pay-Per Views Sales Start

Starting Tuesday, Sooner fans who can't catch the season home opened in-person will be able pre-purchase the game on pay-per-view from some providers.

On Saturday, DIRECTV and U-verse TV customers will be able to catch the University of Oklahoma’s 2020 college football season opener against Missouri State.

  1. Residential DIRECTV: call 800.531.5000 ($39.95)
  2. Residential U-verse TV: use TV remote ($40)
  3. Commercial DIRECTV: call 888.854.7751 ($500)

OCCHD & Business PPE

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department is making sure businesses and organizations are doing their part to fight the spread of COVID-19.

They are giving away hand sanitizer and masks to those in need.

Click here for more information.

"Movie Mania" Blood Drive Event

You can get a free movie voucher if you donate blood with the Oklahoma Blood Institute. This is a part of the "Movie Mania" blood drive event.

The OBI said donors will get a free $8 Fandango voucher and a free bedlam shirt.

Click here for a list of participating locations.

Click here of call 877-340-877 to make an appointment.

Stillwater School Board Meeting

The Stillwater School Board is meeting Tuesday night and are asking parents to fill out a form if they wish to address the school board.

Click here to view the form.

Click here to view the school board meeting.

Fundraiser To Help Local Musician Get Visa

Local musicians, friends and students rallied behind a local musician whose green card was just denied.

Due to the pandemic, Angelica Pereira’s green card application process was first delayed.

The Colombian-born violinist came to Oklahoma in 2008 on a music scholarship.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to pay for legal and travel expenses.