Professionals are teaming up with high school anglers from across the state for a special pro-am team tournament on Keystone Lake May 24.
Choose to relax, put on some music, turn up the air conditioner/heater, be calm.
Sand Springs Police Chief Mike Carter and the police department hosted a seminar, involving autism and policing Tuesday, Feb. 4 at the Billie …
Scheduled from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the auditorium at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, 700 N. Greenwood Ave., the seminar will examine the laws and offer practical advice on how they can be followed.
Human resource professionals are invited to attend Crowe & Dunlevy's "Not-So-Scary Employment Law Seminar" focusing on current trends and …
A media trade association and the state Attorney General will host a series of seminars throughout Oklahoma to cover the state's transparency laws.
10:15 a.m. – 11 a.m.
When it comes to understanding all things connected with marijuana, hemp processing and CBD oil, there is no one more knowledgeable than Dr. R…
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With purchase of a booth, we offer the opportunity for your company to provide a seminar to attendees. Spread awareness about your services an…
It could be called “Real Estate 101” and Saturday’s May 4 seminar will seem like an educational experience that will hit “home.”
Fundraiser set Wednesday for Brighter Futures
To be announced.
A seminar traditionally reserved for convicted felons and parolees will be opened to all who may need a helping hand. Reboot Rebuild helps people, mostly convicted felons, develop life skills and find employment.
The free seminar is open to local businesses, nonprofits and organizations.
W.B. Ward, host of a daily syndicated radio program and voice to more than 30 audiobooks, will offer advice during a June 16 event at the Tulsa Central Library in the Aaronson Auditorium.
Deputy Director Ricky Adams will become director on July 1, the agency said in a news release.
Attendance at an annual active-shooter training seminar quadrupled in Tulsa in the wake of more shootings and with growing awareness of the need for training in the community.
This forum isn't just another beer fest. It will have different educational components, which will interest beer fans, industry professionals, home brewers, students interested in the beverage industry (who are 21 or older), foodies and those interested in learning more about what they drink.