In a Facebook posting on Sunday afternoon the management of the Oklahoma Defenders indoor football team made it known that they would choose to sit out the 2015 Champions’ Indoor Football (CIF) season. The posting reads, in part:
“The Oklahoma Defenders announce today we will go dormant for the 2015 season. All facets of the organization will go dormant with the exception of the Defenders Youth Football Association.”
In the Jerusalem Post Wednesday Yossi Melman writes: If the cease-fire holds, and it is a big if, the results of the 50-day war in Gaza will mark an important and impressive achievement for Israel.
Hamas was forced to accept Egyptian and Israeli dictates.
Hamas crawled to the cease-fire. One should not be impressed by the well-organized victory festivities in Gaza. Most of Hamas’s demands and preconditions were rejected from the outset.
Bruce Ramsay introduces players – Photo: Greg Duke
TULSA, OK–At a press conference on Wednesday afternoon the Tulsa Oilers hockey club announced the signing of four veterans to the team. Ben Gordon, Drew Fisher, Ryan Cramer and Scott Macauley will return to the Oilers for the 2014-15 season, bringing the total number of players signed to at or near sixteen players.
Kunzweiler with family (Photo from Facebook)
The Aloft hospitality room rocked Tuesday night as Steve Kunzweiler announced that his opponent in the race to replace Tim Harris as Tulsa County District Attorney had called to concede the contest. The hotly fought, litigated and widely debated race was over.
With his family beaming beside him, Kunzweiler said, “Every day we fight battles for Tulsa County. Every day we get up — even though it’s going to be a tough job — we get up and we do the job for the people. I am so proud of my Tulsa County DA family.
Oklahoma superstar Reba McEntire is featured on the Aug. 25 cover of Country Weekly magazine with a message of hope and togetherness and a new song, “Pray for Peace,” her first new music in two years.
Reba talks about the song, which was inspired by recent news events, in the Country Weekly cover story titled “A Gift from God.”
“What is happening in the world is really sad,” she tells the magazine. “I know it’s breaking God’s heart because it is making me cry, too. This song is a stirring message at a time when people need to hear it.”