Supremes uphold accurate voter rolls

Attorney General Mike Hunter today celebrated another victory for the state at the U.S. Supreme Court, which upheld the laws in Ohio and other states, including Oklahoma, that ensure that the states’ list of registered voters remains accurate.

The National Voter Registration Act requires states to implement programs that ensure accurate voter registration rolls by removing the names of people who have died or moved.  Continue reading

Turner Turnpike closings this week

The Turner Turnpike will see overnight closures this week between Oklahoma City and Wellston as construction on the new Eastern Oklahoma County Turnpike continues. The closures are part of a project to install bridge beams near Luther Road on the new interchange that will connect the EOC Turnpike to the Turner Turnpike (I-44).  Continue reading

Beach Street volleyball sands downtown

BOK Center is bringing the beach to Tulsa with its first ever Beach Street presented by Michelob Ultra.

On Saturday, August 4 and Sunday, August 5, Third Street in downtown Tulsa will be transformed into three full-size sand volleyball courts. This two-day six versus six sand volleyball tournament sets teams to compete for a first place grand prize of $3,000 as well as special prizes for the second and third place teams.  Continue reading

Lies, spies and politics

Editorial: It happens locally each election cycle. Bad behaviors by campaigns trying to gain advantage, but never before in history have Federal Law Enforcement and American Intelligence Services betrayed the Rule of Law as was done in attacking now President Donald J. Trump.

Communist, Socialist and other totalitarian regimes do that in betrayal of their people, but Americans have a Constitution that forbids it – happened anyway – Rule of Law or not in America today will be determined by prosecution or not for justice sake.   Continue reading

Amazon announces Tulsa fulfillment center

Amazon Fulfillment Center, Patterson

Amazon.com today announced plans to open its second Oklahoma fulfillment center in Tulsa, which will create 1,500 full-time jobs with opportunities for employees to engage with robotics technology.

The company recently announced an upcoming fulfillment center in South Oklahoma City.  Amazon currently operates a sortation center in Oklahoma City, where it employs hundreds of associates. Continue reading