Saturday, July 4, 2020
www.blackamericaweb.com By WILL WEISSERT and BRIAN SLODYSKO Associated Press   Joe Biden swept to victory in Florida, Illinois and Arizona on Tuesday, increasingly pulling away with a Democratic presidential primary upended by the coronavirus and building pressure on Bernie Sanders to abandon his campaign. LIKE...
www.fox23.com   Tulsa’s Gathering Place announced the start of its reopening plan Thursday that will begin May 25. The park closed along with most public parks and businesses in Tulsa due to the coronavirus pandemic. All major pathways, lawns and trails -- as...
www.tahlequahdailypress.com By Janelle Stecklein jstecklein@cnhi.com.     The state remains on track to begin the next phase of business reopenings later this week even as hospitalization numbers spiked Wednesday and health officials worked to resolve testing accessibility problems. The state Department of Health reported...
By Kimberly Marsh-McLoud kmarshmacleod@gmail.com     As the 14th Tulsa County death from Covid-19 was reported today in the joint Tulsa City and County news conference, leaders continued to warn Tulsans to stay at home to keep from spreading the disease and maintain...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   We have missed serving you in our casinos as we follow state and local guidelines to social distance so we can protect our employees and guests. However, I hope you are safe and healthy as we...
www.fox23.com By: Mariah Ellis   Tulsa artists who wanted to remain anonymous, created a mural with the words “Black Lives Matter” near 11th and Mingo. The mural is painted across the business at Mad Dog Liquor. The owner clarified that her decision to have...
www.ktul.com By Tyler Butler   Before the burgers were legendary, and the onion rings a source of pavlovian desire, Billy Bayouth was jumping on an opportunity. "I had a friend that managed the Sinclair building, and he said, 'Boy, I've got a great...
www.fox23.com By: Preston Jones   Tulsa Public Schools superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist posted videos on Facebook early Monday morning to address teachers, staff, and high school seniors. Gist says there’s nothing official right now -- but she doesn’t students will come back to classrooms...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Thank you for continued support of Tulsa children and families – particularly over these last few months as we have navigated through these unprecedented and uncertain times. Now that the most unusual 2019-2020 school year is...
By Kimberly Marsh-McLeod kimberly@littlemarshpr.com   Family & Children’s Services Employee   Remonda Harris, Trainer and Behavioral Support Specialist Manager What’s your perception of the overall mood of your team? It is okay, but you can tell everyone is on edge due to the virus. 2. What...
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