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Busiest time of the year for airlines

The Airlines for America trade organization forecasts that some 25.3 million passengers will by flying between Nov. 20 and Dec. 1.

Concern, photos underscore excitement

Magistrate Judge T. Lane Wilson presided over the ceremony where 39 people representing 19 countries took the citizenship oath and said the Pledge of Allegiance as a U.S. citizen for the first time.

Candlelight ceremony and Christmas trees honor crime victims

It will also be an opportunity to place an ornament on a Christmas tree in honor of a lost loved one. The ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Chandler Park Community Center, 6500 W. 21st St. in Tulsa.


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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OU Law explores human rights abuses by private secuity contractors

NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma College of Law hosted the annual Oklahoma Law Review Symposium on Nov. 13. This year’s theme was “Accountability for Human Rights Abuses Abroad by Private Security Contractors.”

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