Thursday, December 3, 2020
www.newson6.com   Governor Kevin Stitt said Oklahoma is well on its way to phase 2 of reopening in less than 10 days. But in order for that to happen, he said people need to continue to practice physical distancing. Phase 2 of reopening...
www.theatlantic.com By ZEYNEP TUFEKCIJEREMY, HOWARD and TRISHA GREENHALGH   Much of the confusion around masks stems from the conflation of two very different uses.   If you feel confused about whether people should wear masks and why and what kind, you’re not alone. COVID-19...
www.kjrh.com   The Executive Director of Gathering Place Tony Moore announced furloughs due to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic today. Moore says that during the 'Shelter in Place' order, Gathering Place paid their employees without any interruptions, however, they are unable...
www.southseattleemerald.com By Sharon H. Chang   In this special Emerald series supported by NW Journalists of Color and the Facebook Journalism Project, photographer and writer Sharon H. Chang introduces the womxn and nonbinary farmers of color at the heart of Washington’s agrarian...
www.publicradiotulsa.org By CHRIS POLANSKY   The Tulsa Board of County Commissioners announced that a resolution limiting public access to the Tulsa County Courthouse due to the coronavirus pandemic will expire on Monday, May 3rd, with a phased reopening beginning the morning of Tuesday,...
www.weekendgardener.net By Alan Wood   Table of Contents  Introduction I. Facts About COVID-19 And Marijuana II. Are There Risks In Using Bongs and Joints? III. Guidelines in sharing marijuana with your roommates, family, and partner IV. What To Do If Something Goes Wrong ...
www.complex.com BY FNR TIGG   30-year-old Rana Zoe Mungin fell victim to COVID-19 on Monday, after struggling to be seen for her symptoms. According to New York's CW-affiliate, Mungin's sister, Mia, is a registered nurse who says Mungin contracted the virus in mid-March. Mungin had asthma and hypertension,...
By Kimberly Marsh-McLeod kimberly@littlemarshpr.com   Former Tulsa Mayor Susan Savage, now executive director of Morton Health Services, began a discussion about the changes in operations responding to COVID-19 with a much needed laughable moment. This COVID-19 pandemic has people on edge, and those...
By Kelsey Philo   My husband and I are entrepreneurs who own a circus entertainment company called Inspyral Circus based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After 5 years of giving everything we had to grow our company, we could finally afford to take...
History Museum To Move After GCC Board Rejects Lease Plans   In a courageous move in the face of serious deadlines and powerful forces, the good people on the Greenwood Cultural Center terminated the agreement to build near their site. Several...
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