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County honors former DA Tim Harris

Former Tulsa County District Attorney Tim Harris was honored Tuesday, Nov. 24, when the center was renamed the Tim Harris Victim Witness Center.

Candidate filing period begins Dec. 7

The Tulsa County Sheriff and school board candidate filing period will be 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 7-9.

Jury finds Sapulpa businessman guilty of multiple charges including fraud, money laundering

Following a five-day jury trial, a Sapulpa businessman was convicted for mail fraud, money laundering and bankruptcy fraud resulting in a $133,500 loss to the Frank and Barbara Broyles Legacy Foundation, according to the Department of Justice.


To will or to trust- that is the question

Although you were probably not familiar with the title of this article, many of you have probably wondered whether or not you should have a will or a living trust.Before you can answer this question for yourself, you need some basic information about wills and living trusts.

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OERB PetroTech programs open in 2016

The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board will launch oil and natural gas professional certification programs on Jan.11 at the Francis Tuttle Technology Center in Oklahoma City and at the Tulsa Tech Center.

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Mental health aid reflects decline

Kathy LaFortune, JD., Ph.D., has seen the changes through her work as an attorney as well as a licensed clinical psychologist. She has experience as a public defender for the Tulsa Municipal Court and before she became a psychologist.

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