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Court sides with Oklahoma in Red River dispute
The Supreme Court on Thursday decisively sided with Oklahoma and rejected Texas’ claim that it has a right under a 30-year-old agreement to cross their common border for water to serve the fast-growing Fort Worth area.
BA rescinds water emergency, restaurants can reopen
Broken Arrow officials say restaurants can reopen after testing found the city’s water supply is safe.
Rogers County courthouse reopens
he Rogers County Courthouse has reopened its doors to the public following a repaired leak in the building’s main water line.
Water leak closes Rogers County Courthouse
Rogers County crews hit a water line while working on the north side of the building Wednesday, prompting closure of the courthouse for the afternoon.
Water emergency prompts closure of BA eateries
The Tulsa Health Department says Broken Arrow restaurants that use city water must stop serving food until the city lifts its emergency boil order.
Tax election set, portion will go for debt
Rogers County Commissioners have made a significant change in how it will disperse a 1-cent road tax if passed on Aug. 13. They agreed on Thursday to commit 1/8 of the cent to pay off the county’s multi-million dollar judgement with Material Services.
RSU AD Bradley to Memphis
Director of Athletics Ryan Bradley will be leaving Rogers State University later this month to accept a position with the athletics department at the University of Memphis.
Catoosa Council calls meeting to discuss city manager's employment
The Catoosa City Council has slated a special meeting today to discuss the future employment of City Manager Leroy Alsup. Council posted an agenda for the meeting Tuesday afternoon.
Special city council meeting called to discuss placing city manager on administrative leave
Mayor Doug Bonebrake has called a special meeting of the Owasso City Council for 4 p.m. Friday in the council chambers at Old Central, 109 N. Birch.
Election Board does not certify 1-Cent Sales Tax vote
The Rogers County Election Board voted Tuesday not to certify results of the May 14 One-Cent Sales Tax election on advice from Assistant District Attorney David Iski.
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