Books, backpacks and big smiles filled the halls of Owasso Public Schools Thursday as local students returned to the classroom for the 2017-18 year.
Dewayne Hurd, 37, was arrested for a traffic violation, improper lane use, failing to yield, no driver’s license, possession of narcotics and two outstanding district felony arrest warrants.
Collinsville Downtown Inc. will soon be pouring the paint and lathering up the brushes in preparation of this year’s Fresh Paint Days, hosted by Keep Oklahoma Beautiful.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
The 2017 high school football season starts next week, and the Tulsa World has you covered with a comprehensive preview of the teams, players and coaches who will make your favorite team a state title contender.
The Tulsa World and FOX23 are again partnering this season for unprecedented coverage of Tulsa area high school football. Sports writers from the Tulsa World will be appearing on FOX23 throughout the season to talk about high school football, and FOX23 sports director Nathan Thompson and oth…
Blankenship, Jenks’ Allan Trimble and Union’s Kirk Fridrich represent a powerhouse coaching trio that has accounted for the last 21 large school football titles in Oklahoma. Their combined record at the varsity level is 608-142.
Scott Smith had pleaded guilty in to causing a crash on U.S. 169 southbound near 76th Street North that critically injured Bobbi White, an English teacher at Owasso Mid-High School, on May 15.
Friday, August 18, 2017
Tyler Goehler was selected from a nationwide application process of over 4,000 students to receive the rare scholarship, which will fully cover his tuition and fees over the next four years.
This week, Owasso City Council approved a bid for construction of the new Owasso Public Safety Operations and Training Complex project.
Find out who made our Tulsa’s best preseason team, learn who won the summer-long Tulsa’s Top 8 voting contest and find out which teams our experts expect to finish on top.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
A grand jury indicted Regina Fran Webb on July 11 on one count of failing to surrender for service of sentence, a crime that carries up to 10 years in prison.
The incident occurred around 1 a.m., when the Owasso Fire Department responded to reports of a structure fire at a two-story residence near 96th St. N. and Garnett Rd.
Over 9,800 students across Owasso Public Schools returned to school Thursday, taking to the hallways, filling up the classrooms, and piling up the workload.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
The project, named Emery Village, will feature both commercial and residential properties stretching across 55 acres of land near 106th St. N. and Garnett Rd.
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Monday, August 14, 2017
The competition, held Sunday, Aug. 6, was Owasso Y’s first “ultra” endurance marathon that brought together five locals to run on treadmills for 12 hours straight.
The Tulsa Bird Dog Association held its annual Youth Outdoor Expo on Saturday, Aug. 12. The event, hosted at the Tulsa Gun Club near Mohawk Park, is a free affair that aims to introduce youth to all that is available outdoors.
James S. Skipper, 38, was arrested Saturday for public intoxication, child endangerment, domestic assault & battery in the presence of a child after former conviction of a felony, obstructing an officer, and dispelling bodily fluids on an officer.
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Time passes so quickly, especially the older we get the faster it passes. Let use it wisely. Let’s remember that there is a God above all time and will someday call us to give an account of the life we lived.
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Right now, we are threatened by a small dynasty in the Far East. So, do we attack first and wipe out their capabilities, or wait and see what he does? Neither choice is good.
Friday, August 11, 2017
Local leaders gathered at the City of Owasso’s full-day “Economic Development 101” workshop Friday at Bailey Education Foundation to hold a lively discussion about all things concerning economic development.