City of Tulsa Animal Welfare Now Accepts Credit Cards
At noon Friday, June 25, the Animal Welfare Division – City of Tulsa Working In Neighborhoods Department began to accept credit cards for animal adoptions, reclaiming and other services.
Wishes Rumble and Roll
BROOKSIDE FUNDRAISER: All proceeds from the Tulsa’s recent Rumble and Roll were donated to the Make a Wish Foundation.
Woodward Park Receives Gift
Tulsa Parks recently dedicated Woodward Park’s newest statue, “Poems and Promises”. The public was invited to attend the event, which was held inside Woodward Park’s Anne Hathaway Herb Garden just south of 21st Street at Rockford.
This Summer, a Safe Driving Pledge Can Help Educate Teens How to Stay Safe on the Roads
MOINES, Iowa (June 23, 2010) – Summer is a carefree time when teens spend more time behind the wheel. And that means it can be a dangerous season for young, inexperienced drivers who are susceptible to distractions.
Progress in Motion at the LIFT Program
Tulsa Transit recently upgraded its Program scheduling software system. Not only will the new system continue to allow the transit agency to provide all trips requested by persons with disabilities who are unable to ride fixed-route buses, but also it will save taxpayer dollars.
2010 Tulsa Annual Water Quality Report
Tulsa’s annual water quality report, which covers results from tests done in 2009, is available here.Read More
Mayor Bartlett Vetoes Budget Changes
Mayor Dewey Bartlett issued a veto on specific items of the recently passed budget ordinance for the City of Tulsa for FY 2011, as well a veto of the decision by the Council to transfer $746,500 to the General Fund from the Tulsa Authority for the Recovery of Energy fund. The money was meant to fund $630,000 for city-wide mowing, and $116,500 for graffiti abatement.
Obama Administration Unveils Plan to End Homelessness
Cabinet members and Administration officials from the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness deliver plan to finish the job of
ending veteran and chronic homelessness by 2015 and among families, youth, and children by 2020
Hard Rock Tulsa Employees Supply our Troops
As part of a month-long troop supply drive, Cherokee Nation Entertainment employees collected more than 40,000 items for troops serving with Oklahoma’s 45th Infantry Brigade, and other troops, now serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Perryman Ranch Boasts a Colorful Past
Long before Oklahoma gained statehood, a piece of property was allotted to Mose S. Perryman by the Creek Nation. Through the years, his family made the land into a home and today, the Perryman Ranch has become a place that the entire community can enjoy.
Akin’s Natural Foods Celebrates 75 Years
Akin’s Natural Foods Market, one of Oklahoma’s largest natural foods stores, will celebrate its 75th Anniversary with an exciting Community Event July 10 from 11:00 am to 2:00 p.m. The celebration will be held at all three Tulsa area locations; 51st and Memorial, 31st and Harvard, and 121st and Memorial.
Greater Tulsa Reporter Launches eEditions
Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers has announced the launch of the eEditions, according to publisher D. Forrest Cameron. “We are very excited to launch this product, which will continue to keep us up to date for our readers and advertisers,” says Cameron. “The eEditions will complement our print editions as well as our website.”
B.A. Resident Wins GTR Online Contest
recently held an online contest promoting the 2010 premier season of Army Wives. Ten winners received the complete first three seasons of the series, which were mailed all over the nation to their homes.
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