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MidSouth school districts would receive upgrades.

School districts across the MidSouth are eyeing the possibility that President Obama’s job creation plan would contribute substantial funds toward modernization. 100 of the largest school districts serving low-income students would be eligible for some $9.9-billion in Title 1 funding. … Continue reading

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Voluntary water rationing for Tulsa requested.

It was a few minutes before 7:00pm, and the Tulsa Drillers radio announcer mentioned that a few clouds had moved in and the temperature had dropped to 105. Dropped to 105. It was significant because the thermometers were reading 114 … Continue reading

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114 predicted: Will it be downhill from here?

The predicted high in Tulsa for Wednesday is 114 degrees. At noon, the temperature was already at 103, while suburb Broken Arrow had topped 106. Water usage has exceeded record levels. Rogers County residents have been ordered to refrain from … Continue reading

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Dallas plant closing adds to jobless count.

If the US Congress ever settles the debt ceiling issue, it may allow attention to be refocused on the country’s employment woes. Another 1,000 will be out of work in Dallas following a Friday announcement by Pilgrim’s Pride that it … Continue reading

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