"All of us can work together to help people remember who they used to be," a press release states. "Our actions can restore a sense of dignity and joy to those who have lost touch with the simple joys of life."
As the risk of exposure to COVID-19 fades, the Broken Arrow Meals on Wheels distribution center is once again offering daily hot meal delivery.
Launched in 2011, the initiative assists people in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas.
Editor’s Note: Tulsa Public Schools launched a Tulsa Race Massacre curriculum this year for grades 3 to 12. It was developed by TPS educators …
J.K. Rowling has donated £1 million to help fight coronavirus in India via her Volant Charitable Trust, with money coming from sales of her children's book 'The Ickabog'.
Several individuals and organizations were honored at Owasso Chamber’s monthly luncheon on Wednesday. May 5.
The John 3:16 Mission will renovate and add on to the old Chouteau Elementary School west of downtown.
"Larger cities with higher average property values will receive greater revenue from the new tax on a per-capita basis, leaving smaller and more modest communities even further behind," said Bethany City Council member Chris Powell.
The COVID-19 Community Impact Survey is now available to complete online.
An estimated 850 volunteers from a dozen companies and organizations are expected to take part in various service projects, including some preparing for the upcoming Tulsa Race Massacre centennial.
According to the Wagoner County Department of Human Services there are currently 63 children in foster care in Wagoner County.
The governor proposes to give $2 billion dollars to four companies that are for-profit and headquartered out of state to manage our Medicaid program, the letter from W.K. Warren, Jr. says.
On Feb. 19, all leftover donations from the lounge were packed up and sent to Wagoner Area Neighbors, a local nonprofit also focused on assisting Wagoner County residents in need.
“We had to put out a call for volunteer snow drivers with four-wheel drive. We call them our Saint Bernard Brigade!” said Tara Harris, director of volunteers and delivery services.
FY 2021 Appropriations: $7.715 billion
The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Saturday reported 4,289 new COVID-19 cases and an additional 35 deaths.
The Tulsa Health Department’s latest hazard map shows 28 county ZIP codes in dark red for “extreme severe risk."
As of Wednesday 1,987 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in Oklahoma, with 489 in ICU beds.
Going through the belongings of your family’s empty home can be bittersweet: An old photo brings back a memory of a time and place, a hand-drawn birthday card takes you back to eight years old, the column says.