AG Pruitt charges woman for fraud


Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced charges against a Texas woman for fraudulently billing the state’s Medicaid program for services that were never provided. Melody Lewis, 37, of Dallas, worked as a behavioral health rehabilitation specialist providing therapy sessions through the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Between October 2011 and September 2014, […]

Area schools beginning fall semester


Some schools – public and private – have started fall classes this week and most schools will start in August. Augustine Christian Academy, Catoosa Public Schools, Metro Christian Academy, Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences, Skiatook Public Schools, Lincoln Christian School, Wright Christian Academy, Owasso Public Schools, Collinsville Public Schools and Sperry Public Schools began […]

Work underway for Fire Museum


The Tulsa Fire Alarm Building at 1010 E 8th St. is set to become the Tulsa Fire Museum. “It will convey the pride, the dedication and the tradition that is the Tulsa Fire Department” said Debbie Bailey with the TFD Museum Board. Tulsa firefighters began a fund raising campaign in January to purchase the Fire […]

Catherine White to speak at OK2A


Catherine White, president of the Muskogee Townhall, will present a Power Point presentation at the monthly meeting of OK2A Freedom Fellowship August 20. White’s power point presentation is on the One World Government’s efforts driving political and governmental agendas nationwide and globally.  Her presentation is entitled, “Connecting the Dots: Understanding the Signs of the Times […]

Oklahoma experienced above average rainfall in July


Oklahoma’s rainfall was three inches more than normal in July, according to Gary McManus, associate climatologist for the Oklahoma Climatological Society. “The 2015 calendar year is on pace to top 1957 as the wettest on record,” McManus said. “The moisture in July brought the January-July rainfall total up to a statewide average of 34.73 inches, […]

Boy Scouts OK homosexual leaders


The Boy Scouts of America have changed their policy and now welcome homosexuals as sanctioned leaders of young boys. The news was welcomed by Tulsa homosexuals and Oklahomans for Equality announced it would create a local Cub Scouts pack, presumably led by homosexuals. The BSA’s National Executive Board voted 45-12 during a closed-to-the-media teleconference to […]

Shoppers get a sales tax break on August 7-9: 18 states offer tax-free holidays


Beginning at one minute past midnight Thursday, Oklahoma shoppers will get a rare chance to save money on sales tax. The annual sales tax holiday is August 7-9 (it ends at midnight Sunday). Certain clothing and shoes that cost less than $100 are exempt from state, city and county sales taxes during the weekend. In […]

Planned Parenthood funding targeted: More videos show sale of dead baby body parts


Oklahoma congressmen have taken action to curb Planned Parenthood after the release of several undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of body parts of aborted unborn babies. U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine, R-Oklahoma, has introduced the Grace Act, a bill to prohibit federal government contracts from going to companies that donate to Planned […]

Conservative group honors Brumbaugh, Dahm, Strohm


Sen. Nathan Dahm, R-Broken Arrow, has been named Senate Legislator of the Year by the Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee (OCPAC) in Oklahoma City. Rep. David Brumbaugh, R-Broken Arrow, was named the House Legislator of the Year. Sen. Anthony Sykes, R-Moore, was in second behind Dahm. “Both of these men continually vote and lead based […]

Tulsa Homeschool Choir expands


Tulsa Homeschool Choir is adding another location and another day and art for the fall semester. On Tuesday afternoons, they will host Elementary and Intermediate choirs and an art class at Real Church at 315 S. Sheridan Road. Choirs for pre-K through high school continue at The Jenks Church of Christ at 2101 W. 118th […]