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Multiple Choice Test on SQ 799

U.S. Senator Tom Coburn supports State Question 799, which would kill recent, if minuscule, gains made to education funding.

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The Broad Foundation in Tulsa and Oklahoma City

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Good Morning America Honors Local Mother Lesley Hemphill

Hemphill adopted a teenager from Tulsa Boys Home three years ago and has inspired others in her community to do the same.

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Revisiting my Brother's Suicide

May is Mental Health Month, and Mental Health Association of Oklahoma has some upcoming QPR Suicide Prevention Training classes.

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Nothing Here to See. Go On Home.

We all benefit from good public schools; why do legislators not seem to realize this?

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Editor's Blog

Living the empty nest life, and loving it.

About This Blog

Betty Casey has been editor of TulsaKids for over 20 years – her youngest child was 3-years-old when she started working for the magazine. She and her husband Wes have three young adult children. Betty’s blog ranges from writing about current issues or information of interest to local parents, reflecting on her life without kids at home, and posting a few recipes now and then. (Cooking and running are two or her favorite past-times.) Betty is the author/illustrator of three children’s books, "May Finds Her Way," "That is a Hat" and "The Prince of the Prairie" (The RoadRunner Press). She was named Blogger of the Year in 2014 by The Great Plains Journalism Awards, was a finalist in 2015 and won again in 2016. Most recently, she was named the 2017 News Blogger of the Year. She has also won numerous writing awards from the Parenting Media Association.

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