Hispanic growth slows in Oklahoma City

A line forms every morning at the counter inside of La Oaxaquena Bakery where the fresh baked conchas, chilindrina and empanadas smell way too good to pass up.

Ramiro Vasquez opened the bakery in the heart of the busy SW 29 business corridor about five years ago and the majority of his regulars are Hispanics.

“I think Oklahoma is one of the cities that has big potential for Hispanics,” said Vasquez, 42. “It's a city that is growing right now.” READ MORE

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