www.tulsaworld.com By Randy Krehbiel Tulsa World   Tulsa County Election Board officials said Monday that early in-person voting and absentee ballot requests suggest turnout for the primary elections that conclude Tuesday could top 50 percent. That translates into about 170,000 votes or...
www.fbnt.org By Pastor Anthony Scott https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aHlRtg0JOU Then the king said to me, “What would you request?” So I prayed to the God of heaven. – Nehemiah 2:4   There are those who believe that God only intervenes in the broad areas of our lives...
www.okpolicy.org     We spoke with Elizabeth Nichols, an attorney who has worked extensively with the emerging cannabis industry in Oklahoma and nearby states. With Oklahomans voting in just two weeks on State Question 788 to legalize medical cannabis, Nichols shared her...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. fjones@theoklahoma.net For many Tulsans that love and grew up on R&B music of the late 70’s and 80’s, Midnight Star will be in Tulsa for Juneteenth 2018 on Saturday, June 16 at 9 p.m. on the...
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     NorthTulsa100 is hosting the 97th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Riot Massacre on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Saturday, June 9th there will be two events at the Bernsen Community Life Center, located at 700 South Boston in downtown...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire       After receiving several complaints of mismanagement and other actions involving the disturbance of grave sites‎ at Crown Hill Cemetery, it was announced today that two Tulsa legislators will work with the Tulsa County Sheriff's office in...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     Family Promise of Tulsa County is a multi-faith nonprofit organization that provides shelter, meals, and support to homeless children and their families.Our vision is a county in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and...
www.harmonybeat.com Posted 25th November 2016 by William Harvey That the newspaper the Oklahoma Eagle exists at all is a miracle. That it needed to be born was a tragedy. The original paper for Tulsa's African-American community was the Tulsa Star, but during the so-called Tulsa Race Riot of...
By Liz Cagle Lover Eagle Guest Writer     Our first words daughter is that you, yes Dad it’s me. Last time I saw my Dad since I was nine years old. I’m not sure how we lost contact but it’s okay we found...