Claremore, OK – Okla. investigators looking into death of cattle
OOLOGAH, Okla. (AP) The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to arrest in the deaths and wounding of cattle that were shot with arrows near Oologah.
The Rogers County Sheriff's office says eight head of cattle were shot at two ranches early Tuesday, and five of them died.
Officials say the cows are worth between $15,000 and $19,000.
Braggs, OK – Fallin seeks public support for Camp Gruber chapel
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Gov. Mary Fallin is seeking public support for the construction of a chapel at Camp Gruber, a military training post in eastern Oklahoma.
Fallin will hold a press conference on Tuesday with Oklahoma National guard officials to discuss plans for the chapel's construction. She says a private, nonprofit group has been set up to seek public support.
Undated – 1 killed as severe storms move across Oklahoma
LOCUST GROVE, Okla. (AP) Severe thunderstorms rolled across Oklahoma for a second straight night and authorities say one person has been killed.
Mayes County Emergency Management Director Johnny Janzen said Wednesday that the death was in southern Mayes County southeast of Locust Grove. Janzen said several homes were also destroyed by the late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning storm.
Tulsa, OK – The City of Tulsa is considering annexing a large area north of the current city limits. Economic Development Director Mike Bunny says the area extends from 56th to 96th Streets North along Highway 75.
This area is currently inside the Tulsa fence line. Bunny would like to expand the west fence line to near Berryhill.