MPACC Youth Forum Set for Nov. 6
The Mayor’s Police and Community Coalition (MPACC) will hold its Second Annual Student Forum in November at the -Tulsa Auditorium to help youth understand law enforcement functions.
Tree Grant Brings More 3-Gallon Trees to Tulsa
Thanks to another generous grant from the Apache Foundation, Up With Trees will facilitate giving away 5,000 trees for area non-profit faith-based properties. Additionally, responsible individuals who agree to plant and properly maintain trees may receive up to 4 trees per household for a $20 donation.
Pre-construction Work Beginning on Main Street
Construction crews placing road closure and other signs out today are not doing so to close Main Street, said Josh Driskell, Jenks Chamber of Commerce’s Director of Communications and Public Affairs.
Voting Open for 2010 Tulsey Awards
Voting is now open for the 2010 Tulsey Awards. Tulsa entrepreneurs were nominated in ten separate Tulsey categories: Civic, Emerging, Entertainment, Franchise, Green, Interactive, Legend, Restaurateur, Serial and Young. The entrepreneur with the most votes will then receive the coveted Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Collinsville Rural Fire Protection District Could Win Pledge Award
Collinsville Rural Fire Protection District could earn one of ten $10,000 Fire Safety Pledge Awards to be awarded by Liberty Mutual this Fall. Take the quiz and credit the fire department until Oct. 31.
Oklahomans Spend Fall Ensuring Needy Kids have Hope this Christmas
While fall brings focus to football and pumpkins, many folks have already set their sights on Christmas
Oklahoma’s “Super Lawyers” Named
Thirty-six Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys were recently listed in the 2010 “Super Lawyers” magazine
Earthquake Shakes Oklahoma
A 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck around 9:06 yesterday morning. The epicenter was located 5 miles east of Norman and three miles beneath the surface of the ground.
North Utica Avenue bridge over BNSF Railroad open to traffic between Haskell, Independence streets
The North Utica Avenue bridge over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad between East Haskell Street and East Independence Street has reopened to traffic. North Utica Avenue had been closed at this location since April during construction of a replacement bridge.
Papa John’s Picks the Best Car During the Chandler Park Car Show
Papa John’s Regional Manager Nathan Free was on hand at the Chandler Park Car Show, to congratulate the “Papa John’s Pick”. Free presented the winning trophy to Tyler Bryant for his metallic slate blue ’68 Pontiac Camaro.
Unique Cars Earn Awards During the Park’s Car Show
Tulsa County Parks Director Richard Bales awards Angie Harrison the Chandler-Park-Pick trophy at the Park’s Car Show held Oct. 9. Rick and Angie Harrison entered a 1967 fully restored dark blue Volkswagen bus with silver flame detailing and pristine interior.
Earthquake Registers 4.3 on Richter Scale, No Damage Reported in Tulsa
Tulsa County felt the remnants of an earthquake centered about six miles east of Norman, OK at 9:06 a.m. Shaking could be felt in and around Tulsa.
Bixby Residents Show Innovative Car
Bixby residents, Ken and Freddia Goad show their totally electric car, 2010 TESLA Roadster, from TESLA Motors in California.
Bixby YMCA Takes Stand for Child Safety and Against Crime
Bixby’s recently began an aggressive 10 day campaign to increase child and family safety, and decrease crime in Bixby. The “Y” will be enlisting the services of Child Safety Incorporated.
Adventure Base 100 to Roll into Tulsa
Boy Scouts of America Mark 100th Anniversary Celebration, Engage Tulsa-Area
Residents with Immersive Scouting Experience through Nationwide Tour
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