Thunderbird Youth Academy, located in Pryor, Ok., was established in 1993. The program is designed to reclaim troubled, at risk teens and redirect them to make positive changes in their lives. Thunderbird, a pilot program of the National Guard Youth Challenge Program, works with 16-18 year-olds works to infuse its students with values, self-discipline, education and life skills in order to lead productive lives.
Sean England is a recruiter at Thunderbird Academy who says that, although there are plenty of candidates for the school, recruiting the right students can be difficult.
State Capitol Building in Oklahoma City
Senate President Pro Tempore-Designate Mike Schulz today announced his appointments of chairs and vice-chairs of Senate standing committees and appropriations subcommittees for the 56th Legislature.
“The men and women who will serve as chair and vice chair for Senate committees and appropriations subcommittees have extraordinary talent, and a deep commitment to serving Oklahoma and its people. Like all Senate Republicans, the committee chairs and vice chairs will work on policies that will help foster economic growth and job creation long-term, helping the great state of Oklahoma right now and years down the road,” said Schulz, R-Altus.
Like a steady drum beat, there’s momentum building in Tulsa as the city is quickly becoming the next great music destination. Nowhere else can someone see the stage that Bob Wills made famous or the actual notebooks and papers that Oklahoma-native Woody Guthrie used to write some of his most iconic songs. It’s the rich local music history and the thriving music scene that continue to put Tulsa on the map as one of the nation’s top destinations for live entertainment and music.
Republicans say they are going to “replace” ObamaCare, but they will come up with something very similar and at least as bad if they start with the same misguided objective: “universal coverage.”
There are necessities of life, but insurance is not one of them.
Just what good is that little card in your wallet? Once it has expired, it is good for absolutely nothing, even if you have paid $100,000 or more for it over a period of years.
With 45 percent of all U.S. adults being single during one of the most family-oriented times of the year, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2016’s Best & Worst Cities for Singles.
Some singles are closer to a happily ever after than they think, but it depends on where they live. To identify the cities in which singles have the highest chance of finding a significant other, WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 most populated U.S. cities across 29 key metrics. The data set ranges from “share of single population” to “number of online dating opportunities” to “nightlife options per capita.” Tulsa ranks 93 on the list.