On Aug. 5, the Taste of Summer Festival was held at Central Park on Main in Broken Arrow. The festival’s activities included water wars and water inflatables, active zone, arts and crafts, treasure dig, and various vendors. This year was its 21st year of hosting the event. For more information about the event and the […]
Within the last few years, large renovation projects have been conducted at the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Metro Campus, located at 909 S. Boston Ave. The first floor of the campus was completely redesigned and received a new look. Tatyana Nyborg, editor for the TCC Connection Metro Campus, gives a virtual tour around the renovated […]
January’s weather brought surprises. One of them was snowfall at the beginning of January, which was part of a nationwide blizzard. The irony is that the temperature was above freezing in many areas of Green Country, Oklahoma, but that did not stop nature from producing snow.
Do you need something to do over the winter break? Do you still need to buy holiday gifts? Do you want something fun to do with family members while they are visiting? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, consider stopping by the Route 66 Christmas Chute in downtown Sapulpa. When you […]
More information about the Tulsa Christmas Parade can be found on its website, https://tulsachristmasparade.org/, Instagram, and Facebook.
Keystone Dam was completed on the Arkansas River in Oklahoma in 1968. It helped to form Keystone Lake located about 23 miles from Tulsa. The dam was built with the purpose of controlling floods and producing electricity. At the same time, a nice recreational area was created next to the dam. Read Tatyana Nyborg’s essay […]
Approximately 600 species of wild birds reside in the United States and Canada. When snow covers the ground in winter, it becomes more difficult for birds to find seeds. To help wild birds, it is recommended to fill in bird feeders with nuts, sunflower and other seeds, wet dog and cat food, or bread.