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Collaboration to help more area students earn bachelor’s degrees and better meet workforce needs was the theme on Thursday as the Tulsa Regional Chamber held its first in-person event in over a year and a half.
The clinic, to be built at the OU Health Physicians Schusterman Center Clinic building, is the first of several OU College of Dentistry clinical extensions anticipated throughout the state, officials said.
More bachelor’s degrees and better economic mobility for Tulsans are the ultimate goals behind a recently launched initiative that brings toge…
Fry's official last day will be Jan. 3, but she plans to expend accrued leave, making her last day in office in early September.
Stanley, who turns 100 Monday, only just retired last December. One of the state’s longest serving funeral directors, she took some time last week to reflect on her life and career.
Sunday, July 18, is the deadline for applicants to College Park to receive full consideration. Applications submitted after Sunday still have a chance, and will be placed on a waiting list should space become available, officials said.
The Honey Springs Battlefield and Visitor Center, located at 11th Street and Gertrude Avenue in Rentiesville, will host the commemoration beginning at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
A memorial service is set for 11 a.m. Thursday at Asbury United Methodist Church. It may be viewed live online at asburytulsa.org/events/live.
How the recent expansion of Medicaid in Oklahoma could help with community health disparities that trace back to the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre …
Before the war could send them off to opposite sides of the globe, John Woods took advantage of one last chance to visit his best friend.