Latest Osage County, Oklahoma Stories
By April Marciszewski, Tulsa World, Okla. Aug. 3--It's about caring for the entire community, not just individual patients. It's about harnessing the altruism of first-year medical and physician assistant students before the hard work of school wears them down.
By Sam Powell, Tulsa World, Okla. Aug. 3--Summer-season nature programs and classes continue at Tulsa Parks and Recreation Department's Oxley Nature Center in the northeast corner of Mohawk Park. "Water Testing 101," 10 a.m. Saturday, for all ages.
By ANGEL RIGGS See state aid figures for all the state's school districts Aid to Tulsa Public Schools, however, will remain the same.
By Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 27--Authorities on Sunday recovered the body of a Broken Arrow man who drowned after jumping from a 60-foot cliff into Skiatook Lake.
By ANDREA EGER The controversial TAC will see a cap on enrollment, new guidelines and more student assessment. Fallout over failings at the Tulsa Academic Center may have cost Superintendent Michael Zolkoski his job, but the program he brought to town will endure with some modifications.
By Kevin Canfield, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 23--Document: View a PDF of the Bjorklund lawsuit The turmoil at the fairgrounds has made its way downtown to federal court.
The Tulsa World posed five questions to Tulsa Superintendent Michael Zolkoski, who is leaving the district on Oct. 10 in a contract termination agreement.
A Wednesday Tulsa World story about a free shopping spree incorrectly reported the last name of Hope Hospice President Sherry Crockett. A Sunday Tulsa World Business story referenced resignation letters by Yahoo's Stewart Butterfield and his boss.
By Phil Mulkins, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 20--Dear Action Line: My neighborhood doesn't know about Tulsa's Neighborhood Inspections section so please re-run your column about it. My neighborhood needs a refresher course before the Mayor's Action Center summons the inspectors for a citation field-day.
By Kim Archer, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 15--Jacqueline Wilson squeezed her friend's hand as Dr. Nora Doyle prepared to push the needle into her belly. "We're trying to find a place where there's no baby," the doctor said, watching the baby wiggle on the ultrasound monitor.
- An aromatic woolly plant (Origanum dictamnus) native to Crete, formerly believed to have magical powers.