By Eagle Newswire The past couple of years, an overwhelming number of African American organizations across the nation have closed their doors due to the loss of funding from the corporate sector. Tulsa witnessed the closing of its beloved Metropolitan...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     Morton Comprehensive Health Services, a primary health care system serving northeastern Oklahoma, recognized Linda Berry for 50 years of service on Oct. 1 with a luncheon program. Berry is currently a health information management specialist. When she...
By Margaret Hicks Staff Writer   Mothers living in zip codes 74126 and 74106 now have legal services available to them at no cost. The George Kaiser Family Foundation and the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation have funded the new non-profit law...
www.journalrecord.com By: Catherine Sweeney     OKLAHOMA CITY – After ranking second-to-last for several years, Oklahoma more than doubled its female representation in the Legislature. Nearly a third of all lawmakers will be women. And for the first time in state history, two caucus leaders will...
By B. L. Eikner Eagle Guest Contributor   On Saturday, March 30, 2019, Dr. George Calvin McCutchen, Senior transitioned to the heavens.  He was 92 years of age and was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Adeline McCutchen and son, Rev....
www.blackenterprise.com By Samara Lynn     If you follow Donald Trump’s Twitter feed, you may have noticed several prominent accounts that appear to be profiles belonging to black people–high up on his Twitter feed of responses. Some of these accounts have thousands and...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O73FGm9mhBs     Thousands of people remember driving to south Tulsa’s Mabee Center in April each year to attend the enormous Azusa Conferences hosted by Higher Dimensions Church and its world-renowned pastor, Carlton Pearson in the 90s and early...
From The Desk Of Dr Rodney Clark: Dear Board Members     In anticipation of my appearing before you in executive session on June 11, 2018, I want to put in writing a summary of what I have now discovered to be the...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     Whether it’s an outdoor movie adventure or an indoor escape from the heat, the Tulsa area has some great (and free) opportunities for your family to kick back and watch a movie. Central Library, 400 Civic Center ...
www.newson6.com BY: DAVE DAVIS     Oklahoma's medical marijuana law goes into effect today, but key aspects of it are not even in place. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, which operates under the umbrella of the state Health Department, is not even accepting applications until...