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Despite all the branches of the Tulsa City-County libraries being closed, the staff is getting creative to connect with the community. ... [Read More]
TULSA - Alliance Resource Partners is temporarily closing coal mines in Illinois, Indiana and western Kentucky in response to a "crushed demand for energy." ... [Read More]
Bruce Plante, a native of Texarkana, Ark., has been editorial cartoonist of the Tulsa World since 2007. He was previously cartoonist for The Chattanooga (Tenn.)... [Read More]
More than anything else, he was dedicated to the proposition one leader could make a difference if he remained true to his course. [Read More]
Just a few weeks ago, I had a guest speaker come to the University of Oklahoma from Las Vegas, and we spent one day exploring... [Read More]
County-owned courses at LaFortune in midtown Tulsa and South Lakes in Jenks, along with City of Tulsa-owned courses at Page Belcher in west Tulsa and... [Read More]
While everyone gets ready to pay rent on the first of the month, Tulsa Housing Authority residents get a break. [Read More]
While the world remains in a time that is bad for business, one small Tulsa business bounces back. [Read More]
The IronMan competition being postponed in Tulsa was a hard hit to a local business, especially ones that were supposed to host athletes. [Read More]
Check This Out! A four-year-old Tulsa boy's family surprised him with a birthday parade after his party was canceled because of the coronavirus. [Read More]
A woman who lost her husband of 20 years said she's not only grieving over his death but is heartbroken over the fact that she... [Read More]
Oklahomans for Equality on Monday announced the cancellation of Tulsa Pride 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns. [Read More]
The folks at Jane's Delicatessen in Tulsa said Monday that they will deliver over 250 burgers to Hillcrest Medical Center on Tuesday. [Read More]
Hospitals are finding innovative ways to re-use personal protective equipment and convert other medical machines into ventilators in preparation for a potential surge of coronavirus... [Read More]
The new Netflix tagline could be shelter-in-place and chill. [Read More]
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, at the request of FEMA and the State of Oklahoma, are evaluating facilities across the state for the... [Read More]
The Tulsa District is implementing restrictions for certain Corps of Engineers-managed campgrounds amid the COVID-19 outbreak. [Read More]
A Tulsa artist is sharing her talents with her neighbors. [Read More]
Margee Golden Aycock and husband Scott Aycock are raising money for the Red Dirt Relief Fund and the Tulsa Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. [Read More]
The governor issued new travel restrictions over the weekend, but as cities like Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Norman have gone to shelter in place orders,... [Read More]
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