River Parks enthusiasts, meet Janet Kendall, the quiet, steady force behind the park’s success

Established in 1974, River Parks today comprises more than 26 miles of paved trails and 300 acres of Turkey Mountain.
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With Iron Gate case possibly headed to district court, here’s a look at how that legal process works

The Board of Adjustment voted Thursday to deny Iron Gate's application for relocate its soup kitchen and grocery pantry, a move that is likely to send the case to district court.
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Tulsa County elected officials’ pay highest in state

The eight elected officials’ yearly pay will increase from $104,600 to $107,000. Elected county officials in Oklahoma County, which has a larger population than Tulsa County, are paid $105,300 per year.
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Mayor Dewey Bartlett talks about his legacy at State of the City speech. But what are others saying?

Mayor Dewey Bartlett gave his last State of the City speech Tuesday. He leaves office Dec. 5 and will be succeeded by G.T. Bynum, who defeated him in the July 28 election.
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Two racist incidents at OU following Trump election among handful reported in Oklahoma

A professor at OU on Monday found racist fliers posted around campus, and several students reported finding them in campus newspapers.
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Here’s Mayor-elect G.T. Bynum’s plans for nine issues, including REI deal, that he’ll inherit Dec. 5

"We were very clear with the citizens of Tulsa, and have been with the Muscogee Creek Nation's leadership, that if the Nation doesn't contribute, the (south Tulsa) dam will not be built. Nothing has changed in that regard." G.T. Bynum
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What happened to Jack? Voters explain why they voted against longtime Councilor Jack Henderson

In 2014, Vanessa Hall-Harper lost to Jack Henderson in a three-way race in which she received just 33.1 percent of the vote. But she never stopped campaigning. It paid off: she earned 52.1 percent of the vote Tuesday.
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Despite strong recent quakes, total this year hundreds below 2015

With Cushing residents still shaking from Sunday's 5.0 magnitude earthquake, the OGS director said a decline in injection has led to fewer quakes.
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Emails suggest Hofmeister, Holland risked charges to defeat unpopular candidate

The race against incumbent Janet Barresi wasn't even close in the end. But prosecutors allege Joy Hofmeister and her political consultants decided they needed to go negative while Hofmeister took "the high road."
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How Mayor-elect G.T. Bynum got former Mayor Kathy Taylor to come back to work at City Hall

Bynum has promised that his administration will do a better job than the present occupants of the Mayor's Office in keeping the public and the City Council aware of economic development projects.
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