Tulsa, OK – OSU opens new health clinic in east Tulsa
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma State University's Center for Health Sciences has opened a clinic in what OSU officials say is an underserved area of east Tulsa.
Howard Barnett, the president of OSU's Tulsa campus and the Center for Health Sciences, spoke Thursday during a ceremony marking the facility's opening. He says the clinic was placed in east Tulsa after OSU officials identified the area as needing additional health care resources.
Tulsa, OK – Several thousand people come to Tulsa's Expo Square for a Tax Day Tea Party Rally. Tulsa Coordinator Chris Kurtz wants to see the effort grow with Tea Partiers getting involved in local as well as national politics. Kuntz says their discontent is with both political parties.
Many politicians were at the rally, as well, working the crowd ahead of this year's elections.
Oklahoma City, OK – SEC subpoenas Pre-Paid Legal Services documents
ADA, Okla. (AP) Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc. says the Securities and Exchange Commission has subpoenaed documents tied to customer complaints and the resignation of its CEO, among other issues.
The Ada-based legal services company said Thursday the SEC also wants documents on membership information, efforts to achieve compliance with payment card industry requirements and the resignation of Tom Smith as a director.
Tulsa, OK – Mayor Dewey Bartlett sent letters this week to neighborhood leaders and Tulsa churches soliciting volunteers to help with mowing, graffiti removal and other work on public properties.
Mowing in rights-of-way and city properties, removing graffiti from both public and private properties, trash clean-up along streets or in parks and sprucing up City cemeteries are among the jobs that can be done by volunteers.