Sunday, December 5, 2021
www.homeoanimal.com     The coronavirus 2019 (or COVID-19) disease, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, is now on the lips of all news readers around the world. The epidemic which started in Wuhan, China, is now raging across the planet and was therefore...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Jerome Gilley, EMSA Paramedic, 36-years-old. Paramedic at EMSA since 2017. 1- What’s your perception of the overall mood of the EMSA responders? I personally do not feel that I can speak for the EMSA responders as a whole....
By Eagle Newswire   Starting Monday, April 13, Tulsa Public Schools will provide educational television programming on the district’s TPS20 Cox channel and RSU-TV to support distance learning for students in grades pre-kindergarten through 8th. This programming covers educational topics ranging from phonics...
www.nypost.com By Lee Brown   He practiced what he preached — then he died of coronavirus. An evangelical pastor died of COVID-19 just weeks after proudly showing off how packed his Virginia church was — and vowing to keep preaching “unless I’m in...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Following the continued guidance from the CDC and conversations with other County Elected Officials, the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) today renewed a March 18, 2020 resolution (previously renewed on March 27) limiting access to the...
www.abc7ny.com By Sam Ryan   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyTvLfDs7tg   John Starks is considered one of the greatest Knicks of all-time and is the team's all-time leader in three-point goals. Now, he is making news for a major assist. New York athletes have been stepping up during the coronavirus...
www.fox23.com By: Natalie Dreier, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Amazon is hiring again to respond to the demand that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on the online retailer. This time, the company is planning to add another 75,000 employees, in addition to...
By Kim Marsh-MacLeod  kmarshmacleod@gmail.com   With religious holidays being observed now and through next week, Tulsa City and County officials said it is crucial to continue following the guidelines for preventing an overwhelming number of COVID-19 cases in Tulsa County. Dr. Bruce Dart,...
By Matt Trotter Public Radio Tulsa   It’s been a month and a day now since Tulsa officials announced Oklahoma’s first case of COVID-19. Since then, 272 more people have been diagnosed with the illness and 14 have died, many infected through community...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   With Tulsa County communities under various restrictions on movement, including safer-at-home orders and self-isolation, families are discovering alternative ways to observe the spring holidays; include streaming online faith services, hosting virtual dinners and holding family-only egg hunts...