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Domestic Fiction with a Deft Touch by Cindy Hulsey

Life Drawing by Robin Black is a quiet but powerful novel of a marriage between two artists; Gus, a painter and her husband Owen, a writer. Their relationship has been fractured by an affair Gus had with a student’s father and in a futile attempt to insulate themselves from their pain they move from Philadelphia to a remote house in the country.

Where Can I Go To Find The Business Hours For The Different Library Locations?

Because many of our libraries are open for different durations, we've posted the hours of operation for each branch on our website. From the homepage, simply select the Locations tab on the far right side of the page. This will give you a full list of the libraries around the county and the business hours for each day of the current week. To the right of the weekly schedules is a list of holidays that all libraries will be closed throughout the year.

Tulsa Regional Chamber Guide for Entrepreneurs

Check out Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Guide for Entrepreneurs in the Tulsa Region

The Entrepreneur’s Guide can offer valuable insight into the process of forming, developing and expanding your business idea. 

Find information on…

  • Organizing your business
  • Developing a marketing strategy
  • Permits, Licenses and Regulations
  • Financing
  • Plus more!!

 

 

Proposed Academic Standards Online for Public Review

The State Board of Education established a steering committee to develop new standards in math and English/language arts by 2016 after the Legislature passed a law last year repealing Common Core standards.

Drafts of the proposed Oklahoma academic standards for math and English/language arts are now available for public review online.

State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister is encouraging interested Oklahomans to review the proposed standards, which cover pre-K through 12th grade.

Sometimes You Can Go Home Again by Cindy Hulsey

If you're looking for a satisfying beach read, try The Precious One by Marisa de los Santos. Thirty-something Taisy Cleary and her twin brother Marcus have been estranged from their heartless, pompous, brilliant father Wilson for most of their adult lives.

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