Tuesday, October 20, 2020
By Kimberly Marsh McLeod  kimberly@littlemarshpr.com   What’s your perception of the overall mood of your co-workers/ first  responders, and has it changed over the course of the pandemic? 1).  Initially there was uncertainty as not much was known, but what was very clear...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     In response to the impact of COVID-19 on schools and students across the state, Speaks 4 You, Inc. nonprofit will continue its efforts to provide scholarship seminars and services to underprivileged, low-income, disadvantaged and minority families...
www.fox23.com   As of April 6, Oklahoma has over 60 drive-thru sites open for COVID-19 testing. The following list is from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Atoka County Health Department When: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: 932 West 13th Street, Atoka, OK Contact: (580) 889-2116 Beaver...
www.newsone.com By Bruce C.T. Wright   Netflix's "Tiger King" might mark the first time in modern history when a lack of racial diversity on a TV show was readily welcomed by Black people.   https://youtu.be/acTdxsoa428   For all the talk surrounding “Tiger King,” Netflix‘s wild new...
By Matt Trotter Public Radio Tulsa   Tulsa leaders took surrounding communities to task over delayed action to lessen the spread of COVID-19 cases during a news conference Thursday. Mayor G.T. Bynum said he understands it can be a difficult decision to shut...
www.kfor.com By Hicham Raache   The Tulsa Health Department announced that the first person to test positive for coronavirus in Oklahoma has recovered. Gov. Kevin Stitt announced the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Tulsa County last week. That person was described as...
www.cnn.com By Christina Maxouris and Eliott C. McLaughlin   Hours after the coronavirus was declared a global pandemic, Americans were flooded with announcements from what seemed like every corner of the country. President Donald Trump announced a sweeping ban on travel into the US....
By Matt Trotter Public Radio Tulsa   Seven Oklahoma counties had propositions on their ballots to let liquor stores open on Sundays, and all seven passed. Cleveland, Creek, Kingfisher, Muskogee, Oklahoma, Tulsa and Washington counties passed propositions with varying levels of support, ranging...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   The House will next consider legislation clarifying cities’ and counties’ authority to regulate the smoking and vaping of medical marijuana in public places.  Sen. Lonnie Paxton, R-Tuttle, is the author of Senate Bill 1296, which he...
From The Desk Of The Terence Crutcher Foundation   Lessie Benningfield Randle, one of the last known living survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre will get her birthday wish of having her home restored at the age of 105.  Led by...
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