Mayfest Musician Application Deadline Extended

Tulsa, OK., January 19, 2010 – The Performing Arts Committee has extended the deadline for musician applications for the 38thannual Tulsa International Mayfest, scheduled for May 13-16, 2010 in downtown Tulsa.  Musician applications are due Friday, January 22, 2010 and the application fee is $10.00.

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Daisies, Brownies, Girl Scouts… Oh My!

Disney FamilyFun Magazine Taps Girl Scouts of the USA for Fabulous Group Activities in February Issue

More than 550 Girl Scouts troops from across the country submitted activity and craft ideas

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Hotel Ambassador Accepting Toiletry Donations for Haiti Earthquake Victims

TULSA, Okla., Jan. 19, 2010 – Hotel Ambassador is accepting toiletry donations for Haiti 

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Department of Tourism and Recreation Hosts Series

Oklahoma’s sustainable travel program Encouraging Conservation in Oklahoma, or , recently hosted a series of free workshops across the state. ECO’s mission is to promote, educate and encourage sustainable travel in the state. The workshops will focus on certification, education and marketing options available to the tourism industry through .

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Tulsa Criminals go on a crime spree

Tulsa Police Officers were extremely busy late Saturday night and early Sunday morning as three suspects committed several armed robberies and possibly at least one burglary.

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TPD Catches Murder Suspect in Less than 30 Hours

On January 16, 2010 at 1:30AM, Samuel Fullbright, B/M, 06/21/1992 was arrested for the murder of Jonathan Tennant. Jonathan Tennant was shot and killed inside of the Seminole Hill Apartment Complex located at 1623 E. Ute St on January 15, 2010.

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Brookside Drug Deal Gone Bad

TULSA () – At 7 a.m. officers responded to a shooting victim at the QuikTrip at 61st and Lewis.

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Gateway Market Begins Grocery Relief in North Tulsa

(Tulsa, Okla., ) January 2010 – The wait is finally over. After several years without a grocery store, north Tulsans will again enjoy shopping for groceries in their own community.

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Arvest Bank Robber Photos Released

The Arvest Bank Branch at 1515 S Utica was robbed on 01-13-2010 at 7:45 PM.

The bandit is a lone male described as a black male 6 ft tall, 190 lbs with a goatee and a deep voice and in his late thirties. The suspect wore a gray hooded sweatshirt, dark sunglasses, a dark vinyl jacket, khaki pants and the suspect is armed with a black semi automatic pistol.

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2Works for You broadcasts Help for Haiti Telethon

CINCINNATI – Moved by staggering devastation and the urgent need for financial assistance to support the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti, The E.W. Scripps Company has mobilized all nine of its and stations to simultaneously raise local funds through live telethons on Tuesday evening, Jan. 19.

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TPS Strives to Teach for the Stars

Tulsa Public Schools is offering media training sessions to volunteers.

Teacher training sessions will prepare volunteers to substitute teach in the urban classroom setting. Go through the course to gain deeper insight for your reports about , or to volunteer to make a difference in the lives of Tulsa’s young people. Training includes an hour each of processing, instructional strategies and classroom management.

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Social Security Commissioner Astrue Announce a New “Twist” in the Law

Changes Make it Easier to Qualify for Extra Help
with Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Costs

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Tulsa’s Young Professionals Launches New Web Site

Tulsa’s Young Professionals introduced a redesigned, multimedia Web site this week featuring a ‘local sound’ music player, new blog, photo gallery, interactive events calendar and more. Nearing its fifth anniversary, ros continues to evolve as does the need to utilize the latest technology.

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Jim Britt Hopes Fictional Drama Will Encourage Teens

WASHINGTON— Screenwriter and youth minister Jim Britt hopes his upcoming film and book, “To Save a Life,” will encourage teenagers to reach out to peers who may be battling depression, suicidal thoughts or other problems.

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“Queen of Rockabilly” public appearance at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Q&A with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Wanda Jackson just prior to the release of her new single

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