Tuesday, December 7, 2021
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...
www.ktul.com By Jamison Keefover   Sara Lemmon of Sapulpa said her thoughts on masks have changed after her 6-year-old daughter tested positive for COVID-19 only four days into the school year. When Sapulpa Public Schools opened up on Thursday, her children went without...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Orion Jean is a 10-year-old Texas student, on a national mission to help spread literacy. After winning the “2020 National Kindness Speech Contest” Orion decided to use his cash prize as “seed money” to develop a series...
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...
www.publicradiotulsa.org By Chris Polansky   Youth Services of Tulsa was named the recipient of a $50,000 "social and racial justice grant" from the charitable arm of Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO)'s parent company, American Electric Power, at a press conference Thursday...
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: 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...
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.oklahomawatch.org By Bobby Ross, Sr.   The words on the wall are jarring. They are filled with racist language and victim blaming. Worst of all, they are taken from the mouths of professed men of God — from sermons preached on the Sunday after...
www.ktul.com By Cory Smith   A Tulsa Public Schools board member took the unusual step of voicing her stance on the district’s $414 million bond proposal. Jennettie Marshall came out in opposition Monday night – on the eve of the public’s vote. Board members are not...