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Quartet of Tigers qualify for state

TULSA - Broken Arrow did not accomplish its ultimate goal at Saturday's Class 6A Regional cross country meet.

Three Lady Tigers named to first team

Broken Arrow’s fast pitch had six players recognized on the District 6A-4 team.

BAVB claims impressive road sweep of Kelley

TULSA - After a tough weekend in Jenks, Broken Arrow volleyball got its groove back Tuesday night.


Community input a crucial part of the high school configuration study

As our district continues to grow at 2-to-3 percent each year, we must plan for the future and an important part of that planning is the configuration of the high school.

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Death Notices published Oct. 28, 2016

Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma. 

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New Aspen Avenue lane closures start Monday

On Monday, drivers will encounter new lane closures on Aspen Avenue, starting just north of the intersection at Aspen and Kenosha Street south to near Houston Street. The City’s contractor is scheduled to begin the final phase of a two-mile resurfacing project that began in mid-July.

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Clothing drive to benefit BAN clients and veterans

Saint Stephen's United Methodist Church will is hosting its third annual clothing drive at their Family Life Center, 400 West New Orleans. Recipients of the clothing drive will be Broken Arrow Neighbors clients and disabled Veterans.

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Misty Anderson~David Jacobson II

June 4, 2016 Misty Dawn Anderson of Broken Arrow was joined to David Blaine Jacobson II of Depew, OK in Holy matrimony, by the reverend, Jo-Ann Jennings. The nature-loving couple had an intimate outdoor wedding at Stone Creek Bed & Breakfast in Broken Arrow. The bride was given in marriage by her two sons, John David and Jayden.

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I gave the bell my best

Growing up in a small town, Harrisonville, Missouri, I never saw a bell ringer, but I heard a lot about the Salvation Army, primarily from soldiers, sailors and flood victims. They were caregivers and in addition, givers in general. They seemed to be everywhere there was a need.

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