Althea has been a staff writer with the Tulsa World since 2007. She lived in Wisconsin until age 18 and is a 2005 University of Oklahoma graduate. Phone: 581-8361
The front page of The Daily Oklahoman from Sept. 28, 1949, referring to the Oklahoma Repealing Prohibition (State Question 343) failure. About…
OSU’s Hargis (left) and OU’s Harroz (right)
OSU president Burns Hargis (left) and OU president Joe Harroz. Tulsa World File photos
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Coach Tim Stogsdill’s SaberCats returned four starters, including World All-Staters Jordan Thompson and Sam Godwin, from a team that narrowly …
Believed to be the first black registered nurse in Tulsa, Janice Jones began working for the Public Health Service in the 1920s.
Over a nightmarish two days in 1921, one of the worst episodes of racial violence in American history unfolded in Tulsa.