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Competitive season begins for Coweta's Tiger Pride Band
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Event organizers say the Pride of Broken Arrow will perform an exhibition at the end of the competition. The Pride is a two-time Bands of America Grand National Champion, winning in 2006 and 2011. The band is also a 12-time Grand Nationals finalist.

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Very hairy celebration: Bigfoot Conference and Festival arrives this weekend
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Bigfoot sign. Keep your eyes peeled for Bigfoot in Honobia, Oklahoma. The tiny town hosts a Bigfoot event every year. …. Anyone can post a comment on Tulsa World stories. You can either sign in to your Tulsa World account or use Facebook. Sign in to …

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As gamblers shun stingier slots, casinos shake things up
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… on adding arcade-style video games in the not-so-distant future. As gamblers appear to be shunning stingier slot machines that don't offer as many payouts, game-makers and casinos are keen on coming up with the next big thing to keep people playing.

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Gov. Fallin Expected to Visit TCC to Discuss New Program
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TULSA, Okla.- Governor Mary Fallin will be coming to Tulsa, Tuesday to discuss her program "Oklahoma Works." Fallin will be participating in a panel at Tulsa Community College. Her program is geared towards education and a more skilled workforce.

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Tulsans Welcome Return of Great Raft Race
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And she did, along with about 900 others, many of them Tulsa natives who were excited to see the energy that surrounded the event and hopeful that this would finally prove what some people remain unwilling to admit – that Tulsa needs a continual …

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Riverfield Students Help to Rock the Green
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Students from Riverfield School were a main act during the Tulsa Roots Rocks the Green Sunday, Sept. 20. The event, in its fourth year, is presented by Tulsa Roots Music. This year Tulsa Roots Rocks the Green offers five consecutive Sundays of free …

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Postoak Wine and Jazz Festival
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The music was curated by Tulsa's Grady Nichols, and headlining the festival was Bill Champlin, formerly of thr group Chicago. Attendees were able to purchase wine from a variety of Oklahoma and California wineries, and the event included food trucks …

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Author Salman Rushdie speaks in Tulsa during Banned Books Week
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Rushdie's appearance was in conjunction with the release of his latest novel, “Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights,” but the event also served to commemorate Banned Books Week, an annual event sponsored by the American Library …

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TPS parent Andrea Fish: A parent's promise to her child
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Reading Partners, the nonprofit that brings in volunteers to work with students reading below grade level in a handful of Tulsa schools, hosted a one-day service event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of AmeriCorps. JOHN CLANTON/Tulsa World.

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