Throughout the last 52 weeks, Owasso saw significant events and developments to major changes and milestones. Here’s our year in review of the top 10 news stories that we feel shaped Owasso in 2019.
Seventy local immigrants were sworn in as American citizens in front of friends and family at Owasso High School's Mary Glass Performing Arts Center on Wednesday.
The Better Business Bureau of Eastern Oklahoma issued a statement Friday following the sentencing of former COO Rick Brinkley.
Citizenship became a family affair for the Shailesh Anandray Patel family.
Carlos Chappelle, who was elected the first black presiding judge in January 2014, officially retired from his position due to an illness on May 31.
Chappelle addressed the crowd from a chair at the front of the courtroom, thanking everyone for being there and explaining that his health was why he had to step down on May 31.