Blogs

I'd like to see what was in the national news on the day I was born. Where can I find those headlines?

We have access to a New York Times database that allows you to view the newspaper page by page on any given publication date from 1851- 2003. This resource can be found by selecting the Alphabetical List of Resources in the library's Research and Learn tab. Under the N section of the list, you'll see three entries for the New York Times.

Government Fundraising: Useful Websites and Resources

For those who are new to federal and state grants, the jungle of information and application red tape can be daunting. Use the following breadcrumbs—in the form of online resources and books—and you’ll be set on a well-marked path for government fundraising.

Downtown After Hours Book Drop Bins

Central Library Exterior Book Drop Bins

The exterior book drops at Central Library's north entrance have been moved to Librarium at 11th & Denver Ave.

You can return books after-hours at Librarium beginning Saturday, Aug. 31.

You can pick up your holds at Librarium beginning Tuesday, Sept. 3.

For Librarium information visit http://www.tulsalibrary.org/librarium.

Tulsa City Council Approves Capital Improvements Package

tulsa city council

Last night, after much community involvement and feedback, the Tulsa City Council passed a $918.7 million bond package. The package, which will be included on the November 12 ballot, now awaits voter approval.

State of the City Featuring Mayor Bartlett, Thursday, Sept. 5

Tulsa Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr. will provide an update to the Tulsa regional business community at the Tulsa Regional Chamber's annual State of the City address at the Cox Business Center, Thursday, Sept. 5.

Bartlett, a local businessman, took office in 2009. Since he was elected, Bartlett has focused on job creation, public safety and infrastructure, all while maintaining a sound budget and building the city's savings.

Thursday, Sept. 5
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Cox Business Center
100 Civic Center

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