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Top Six Safety Tips as Kids Head Back to School

As children and parents begin preparing for the start of the new school year,
Safe Kids Tulsa Area urges parents to talk to their children about staying safe.

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Big Biblical Ideas From First Baptist’s Deron Spoo

By K. J. WEBB

Deron Spoo, lead pastor of the First Baptist Church Tulsa, has stewarded his 2,,000-plus congregants and overseen an impressive amount of church growth and expansion for the past 17 years. He has spent these years formulating thoughts for his recently published book, “The Good Book: 40 Chapters That Reveal the Bible’s Biggest Ideas.”

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Kumon Math and Reading Opens in Owasso

Kumon Math and Reading program, has expanded into Owasso with the opening of a franchised learning center at 13720 E. 86th St. N.

There are currently 12 Kumon Math and Reading centers in the state of Oklahoma, including five in the Greater Tulsa area. The first center opened in Tulsa in 2002.

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Electric Bike Store Opens at Jenks Riverwalk

The first electric bike shop in the greater Tulsa area is opening at the Jenks Riverwalk Crossing.

The Pedego Electric Bikes store held its grand opening on Saturday, Aug. 12.

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Tulsa's Kendall Whittier Sees Growth

By EMILY RAMSEY

Kendall Whittier has been undergoing a rebirth over the past five years.

At the beginning of 2013, the district had 15 of its 43 available storefronts occupied—a rate of 35 percent. By the end of this year, Ed Sharrer, director of Kendall Whittier Main Street, expects the district to reach 95 percent occupancy.

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Union School District Maintains Financial Health

By EMILY RAMSEY

With the current budget for common education relatively unknown for the 2017-2018 school year, Union administrators are doing their best to continue the district’s positive cash flow amounts while also bracing for potential cuts, says Union Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler.

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New Turf at Nienhuis a Milestone for B.A.

On Friday, July 14, the City of Broken Arrow, along with the Broken Arrow Youth Football Association, celebrated the opening of two new artificial turf fields at the Nienhuis Football Complex, 3201 N. 9th St. Broken Arrow voters approved construction of the turf fields as part of the 2014 General Obligation bond package. The cost to install the artificial turf was $1.2 million. BA Youth Football contributed $50,000. Football and lacrosse teams plan to yse the fields year-round.

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