Oklahoma City Bombing

Today Marks 21st Anniversary of Oklahoma City Bombing

Field of empty chairs at the memorial. Photo courtesy of Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Field of empty chairs at the memorial. Photo courtesy of Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.

Today marks the 21st anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing.  Read more »

Bible Represents Compassion of First Responders After Attacks

Police Officer’s Bible presented to the 9/11 Museum by Oklahoma City Police Department Chief Chaplain Jack Poe (Gift of Jack Poe). Police Officer’s Bible presented to the 9/11 Museum by Oklahoma City Police Department Chief Chaplain Jack Poe (Gift of Jack Poe).

A bible donated to the 9/11 Memorial Museum symbolizes the bonds of grief, compassion, hope and resilience shared by responders and survivors of terrorist attacks in both Oklahoma City and NYC.  Read more »

Remembering OKC Bombing, 17 Years Later

The field of empty chairs at the Oklahoma memorial represents the 168 victims of the April 1995 bombing. There are 19 small chairs for the child victims. (Courtesy photo) The field of empty chairs at the Oklahoma memorial represents the 168 victims of the April 1995 bombing. There are 19 small chairs for the child victims. (Courtesy photo)

Please take time today to recognize the 17th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing.  Read more »

Today is the 16th Anniversary of Oklahoma City Bombing

Today marks 16 years since 168 people were killed in the Oklahoma City bombing.  Read more »