January 2017

Trump Inaugurated


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Donald J. Trump officially became the 45th President of the United States Friday in an inauguration ceremony. Trump, whose campaign slogan was, “Make America great again,” was joined by Vice President Mike Pence plus former presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama. Former President George H.W. Bush […]

Bible scholars lined up for annual Prophecy Conference


An impressive array of authors and Bible scholars will speak April 20-22 in Tulsa at The Mid-America Prophecy Conference. Presented by Bible Prophecy as Written Ministries, the conference has been held in Tulsa for decades. The scheduled speakers include: Author Phillip Goodman of Bibleprophecyaswrittenministries.com Thomas Ice of the Pre-Trib Research Center Dr. Ice is executive […]

Bills to raise teacher pay are filed


Republican lawmakers are looking for way to increase teacher pay. One plan, by Rep. Michael Rogers, R-Broken Arrow, would phase in a $6,000 teacher pay raise over three years and boost Oklahoma teachers to the highest paid in the region. Rogers, the chair of the House Common Education Committee, said a phased-in approach would allow […]

Oklahoma has a record number of registered voters


Official voter registration statistics for Oklahoma show the highest total number of registered voters since 2009. The Oklahoma State Election Board does an official voter registration count each January 15. This year’s count showed 2,161,881 people registered to vote, falling about 20,000 short of the 2009 total. Voter registration numbers follow predictable cycles, with the […]

GOP precinct meetings Feb. 16


The Tulsa County Republican Party will hold precinct meetings from 6:30-8 p.m. February 16 at locations that will be announced at a later time. Should the winter weather become a problem, the meetings will be rescheduled for February 23. The Tulsa County GOP Convention will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 25 at […]

Absentee ballots for Feb. 14 vote


Voters in Tulsa County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the February 14 annual school election should apply now, said County Election Board Secretary Patty Bryant/ Elections are scheduled for the following school districts: Tulsa, Collinsville, Union, Tulsa Tech, Jenks and Skiatook plus city council votes in Owasso and Sand Springs. […]

Rep. Fisher scheduled for Black Robe Regiment meeting


The Tulsa area Patriot Pastor group will present State Rep. Dan Fisher portraying the Black Robe Regiment (in period costume) at 10:30 a.m. March 18 at The Barn at Prayer Mountain in Sand Springs. All pastors, church leaders and their wives are invited to attend. British loyalist Peter Oliver is credited with the name, “The […]

Blocking unwanted telephone calls


Almost nine out of ten people (89 percent) in America receive nuisance calls each month according to a recent survey which has also revealed the top five nuisance calls received in the United States last year. The YouGov survey commissioned by CPR Call Blocker revealed that 13 percent of U.S. adults have been a victim […]

Frozen pipes are a winter problem


STILLWATER – After waking up on a cold winter morning, nothing gets the day started on the right foot like a hot shower. However, if the weather has been extremely cold, there is a possibility that shower may have to be delayed if no water comes out of the faucet due to frozen pipes. Gina […]

Agricultural meeting Feb. 17-19


More than 1,000 Oklahoma agricultural leaders are expected to attend the annual convention of the American Farmers & Ranchers, Feb. 17-19, at the Embassy Suites Hotel, Norman. “We expect a lively and engaged conversation about the issues critical for rural Oklahoma,” Terry Detrick, AFR president, said. Many of the presentations will focus on the convention […]