Tuesday, December 7, 2021
www.newson6.com By: Daniel Hawk   Mick Wilson is the new Tulsa Public School District Director of Athletics. Wilson has been with the district for the past 12 years and has some big plans for the athletics of the Tulsa High Schools. When Dr. Gil...
www.seahawks.com By John Boyle   Black history is American history, but over the course of the past four centuries, Black history has too often been ignored, erased or altered, because systemic racism in America affects nearly every institution in the country, including...
By Kimberly Marsh Tulsa is not a gravesite. Tulsa is a garden. ~ Marlon F. Hall In his upcoming art exhibition, #inagardennotagraveyard at The Greenwood Gallery, 10 N. Greenwood Ave. Tulsa Artist Fellow and Fulbright Specialist Marlon F. Hall offers a...
www.newson6.com By: Amy Slanchik   The Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting Wednesday evening to discuss possible lawsuits that could be filed because TPS cannot legally require masks in school. At the end of the meeting, the board...
From The Desk Of Pastor Robert Turner 4 years ago God spoke to me about leaving my sweet home in Alabama. When I agreed to the invitation from Bishop Michael Mitchell, I did not know where I was going, nor how...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     Tulsa native is now a three time author.  Her latest book was released on September 24 and is titled, “Blueprint For Success,” Live Life By Design.  Ramona believes that success starts with a blueprint.  This book...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     The Covid-19 pandemic stirred many new aspirations in people, particularly in artists, who are now using new mediums to inspire change and celebrate some of the world’s leading changemakers. Trueson Daugherty found within himself a mission to...
Kareem Ihmeidan pledges to make a difference for the lives of North Tulsans By Ashley Jones For The Oklahoma Eagle When Kareem Ihmeidan first moved to Tulsa from his hometown of Fort Smith, Arkansas, friends told him to keep his distance from...
www.newson6.com By: Grant Stephens   Tulsa Public Schools will no longer require masks. The announcement was made at Monday's school board meeting. The district says it'll still encourage mask-wearing but will no longer require it. The earliest some students and staff will see the change...
www.newson6.com By: Brittany Toolis   The Oklahoma State Board of Education is weighing in on how HB 1775 and how it will be enforced in the classroom. House Bill 1775 was signed into law and banned Oklahoma public schools from teaching certain concepts...