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Tiffany Crutcher, founder and executive director of the Terence Crutcher Foundation, says one of her biggest highlights of 2020 was restoring the home of Lessie B. Randle, a Tulsa Race Massacre survivor. 

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For 11 years, Terrie Shipley has worked in the world of higher education admissions and counseling, helping students and their families navigate college and beyond.

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Public Service Co. of Oklahoma, founded in Vinita in 1889, moved its headquarters to Tulsa in 1916. Its first power plant in Tulsa produced both electricity and ice for customers at West First Street and Cheyenne Avenue in buildings that formerly belonged to Tulsa Ice and Cold Storage Co. an…

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Visitors to the Philbrook Museum of Art gardens experienced holiday lights, music and family fun from Nov. 27-Dec. 26. Advanced, timed-entry tickets and a fully outdoor experience allowed Tulsans to safely celebrate the annual Philbrook Festival tradition, which included a socially distanced…

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The Tulsa Dream Center hosted its annual Christmas Celebration on Dec. 19 for families in need. In just over three hours, approximately 600 cars came through the drive-thru distribution lines at the Center to receive groceries and toys just in time for Christmas. 

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A recent expansion of the CrisisCare Center, 1055 S. Houston Ave., creates a single-entry point for law enforcement officers (LEOs) to take individuals experiencing mental health crises. LEOs are often default mental health responders and must frequently decide whether to take someone in cri…

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This fall, the Tulsa Parks Department asked citizens what they want in their city parks via nine virtual community meetings, a public survey, emails, voicemails and virtual focus groups with community stakeholders. 

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Roles such as substitute teachers and support staff are critical in educating kids during a pandemic.

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Twenty years ago, Tulsa attorney Jason Aamodt was introduced to the White River in nearby Norfork, Arkansas. The trout fishing haven became like a second home for him. Then a gift of a home brewing kit about a decade ago sparked another passion. He married a background and formal training in…

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Local artist Sara Bost Fisher isn’t afraid of color. Neither is one of her clients, whom she worked with to create a one-of-a-kind custom mural for their dining room in spring 2019. After arriving at the bold pink hue, Fisher took a week to complete the project. “I think the end product real…

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Spring break is less than two months away. We’re itching to break free of our four walls with a road trip filled with fun and frolic, all in a safe manner.

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After only three years in Tulsa, the Rev. Robert Turner has made his presence known through work at his historic church and by reaching out and reaching up to help his neighbors, his congregants and those he will never know.

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Tulsa rapper Ayilla closed out 2020 with a pandemic-appropriate tour of some major music markets. With stops at selected venues in Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, New York City and Los Angeles, the Witch Tape Tour introduced this 25-year-old rising star to a new audience.