However, some districts have shared concerns about the impacts of Senate Bill 93. "You can't just seat 30 kids in a classroom and expect them to walk through it."
In Tulsa World Magazine’s first issue dedicated to music, we wanted to go local. Not only is the local music scene alive today, but it also has deep roots. Some of the biggest names in rock, country and pop got their first shot on the stages of Tulsa.
By the mid 1940s, Oklahoma had become the only state that still didn’t have an animal shelter that was either operated by or met the standards of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Mary Dotson and Mary Woolslayer started in a garage, but by the time of the invasion, they had laid groundwork to ramp up. They're on track to send 10 times more boxes this year.
Kirsten Lang provides an update on the potential for severe weather in the Tulsa area. Tulsa could see storms, but expect the heavier storms to be south, near I-40.
Eric Bailey and Eli Lederman discuss what they've seen so far at spring practice.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Wagoner High School senior, Daisy Diaz, has completed a week of service as a page for Sen. Blake Stephens, R-Tahlequah. Daisy served at the Capitol during the sixth week of session from March 13-16.
The repair has been made to Wagoner’s 16-inch transmission line, and the scheduled outage is complete, a city official reported last week.
Two senior management changes have been announced by Gregory Graham, Chairman of the Board of FNB Coweta, Wagoner County’s oldest locally-owned bank.
An emergency can happen at any time. When it does, are you prepared?
Former President Donald Trump’s good friend U.S. Sen. Markwayne Mullin insisted that Trump’s return to Tulsa was strictly about watching the NCAA Division I wrestling finals and “showing what this city has to offer.” Read Randy Krehbiel's story on the visit.
In this week's episode, Barry Lewis takes a look back at last week's high school state basketball tournament. What were the standout performances? What happened to some of the Tulsa-area teams? Who should we pay attention to next year?
Stu.dents from Coweta's Heritage Intermediate got a taste of the past way of life in Colonial times
The City of Wagoner is trying to keep abandoned houses from being a fire hazard and began the process of tearing them down during the March 6 meeting of the council.
Stevenson, who is a former Wagoner native, was appointed to the board by Gov. Kevin Stitt in 2019.
The company is the largest in the world for wood locker rooms and based in Irving, Texas.
Wagoner police arrested a man who was carrying a hatchet outside of the Wagoner police station on Monday, March 6.
This all began on Feb. 18 when a company replacing a fiber optic pole struck one of the16-inch transmission lines from the water plant at Rocky Point that provides water service to the City of Wagoner as well as the Rural Water District 6.
State tournament semifinals: BA edges Owasso in 6A Boys semifinal; Holland Hall-Sapulpa to meet for 5A girls title; Lincoln girls (4A), Metro boys (3A) also in finals
The Dutch and Chieftains will play noon Saturday and Metro-Millwood will play for 3A title 10 a.m. Saturday.
Ten state championships will be decided this week.
Thursday's state tournament roundup: Broken Arrow, Owasso, Metro advance in boys action; Booker T. boys and girls eliminated
Here a roundup of state tournament action. Thursday's action includes 6A and 3A.
Congrats to the 2023 winners in the Mr./Ms. Inside/Outside, where readers chose the top area basketball players.
The Wagoner County Emergency Preparedness Expo is set to blast off the Coweta I-High campus on March 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
State tournament roundup: Memorial Boys advance; Holland Hall boys and girls advance in 5A; Edison boys, Rogers girls, Tahlequah girls eliminated
Here a quick look at all of Wednesday's action.
Scouts from Pack and Troop 637 finally got to pie their leader after meeting their goal for selling popcorn last fall. It was a bet that Jeff Winn didn’t mind losing.