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Owasson Job Lorenzen’s story isn’t just one of becoming a two-time cancer survivor and a two-time dad. It’s one of how a second opinion led to him fulfilling his destiny of becoming an Oklahoman.
“It’s sort of looks like the moon,” Metro Christian seventh-grader Brian Jacobs said. “But it’s the sun.” — The Tulsa World spoke to eclipse-watchers at five events across the city on Monday.
With the first total eclipse visible from the United States since 1979, the "zone of totality" will stretch across 14 states from Lincoln Beach, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina, passing just north of Kansas City, Missouri.
St. Joseph, Missouri, an hour north of Kansas City, sits smack in the middle of the "zone of totality," a 70-mile wide ribbon that will stretch across 14 states from Lincoln Beach, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina.
The Children's Museum will show families how to make their own solar viewers with common household materials.
Steve Stouffer spells out exactly why we do not need to destroy our public open green spaces to encourage new businesses to locate here and prosper ("Save green spaces,” July 21).
The Tulsa city councilor lists the public library's reading program as one of the best summer activities for children and teens.
An official announcement of the winning design will be announced by city officials at a news conference on Monday morning.