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  • Oklahoma Chapter Of NFLPA Former Players To Host Celebrity Golf Event

    Oklahoma Chapter Of NFLPA Former Players To Host Celebrity Golf Event

    The Oklahoma Celebrity Charities along with the Oklahoma Chapter of NFLPA Former Players is teaming up to host a charity golf event at Cherokee Hills Golf Course on Monday, August 25th. It's the second day of a two-part event to raise money for athletics programs within the Tulsa Public Schools.More >>
    The Oklahoma Celebrity Charities along with the Oklahoma Chapter of NFLPA Former Players is teaming up to host a charity golf event at Cherokee Hills Golf Course on Monday, August 25th. It's the second day of a two-part event to raise money for athletics programs within the Tulsa Public Schools.
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  • Abused Dog Seeking New Life

    Abused Dog Seeking New Life

    Amore Pit Bull Rescue picked up a dog, now named Pretty, and brought her to Jenks Veterinary Hospital. Pretty was allegedly used as a "bait dog". Bait dogs are used to train fighting dogs.Misty Bilby of Amore Pit Bull Rescue says that, "The sores on her back were open and bleeding. The vet confirmed these injuries are puncture wounds, so I really believe she was used as a bait dog." There are other wounds, older wounds. Wounds that leave scars on her now fragile body and face. Pretty should h...More >>
    Amore Pit Bull Rescue picked up a dog, now named Pretty, and brought her to Jenks Veterinary Hospital. Pretty was allegedly used as a "bait dog". Bait dogs are used to train fighting dogs.Misty Bilby of Amore Pit Bull Rescue says that, "The sores on her back were open and bleeding. The vet confirmed these injuries are puncture wounds, so I really believe she was used as a bait dog." There are other wounds, older wounds. Wounds that leave scars on her now fragile body and face. Pretty should h...More >>
  • EMSAcare Enrollment Begins Today

    EMSAcare Enrollment Begins Today

    The City of Tulsa enrollment period for EMSAcare opened today. Tulsa water customers can enroll in the program for a fee of $5.45 a month, which covers the membership in the program and funds the cost of Tulsa Fire Department first response to medical emergencies.The program also covers emergency ambulance service at no charge after enrolled Tulsans' insurance is applied. Residents who do not have a Tulsa water account can enroll through EMSA for an annual fee of $45. Anyone with questions ab...More >>
    The City of Tulsa enrollment period for EMSAcare opened today. Tulsa water customers can enroll in the program for a fee of $5.45 a month, which covers the membership in the program and funds the cost of Tulsa Fire Department first response to medical emergencies.The program also covers emergency ambulance service at no charge after enrolled Tulsans' insurance is applied. Residents who do not have a Tulsa water account can enroll through EMSA for an annual fee of $45. Anyone with questions ab...More >>

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