Sand Springs, OK – Police search for missing Oklahoma pastor
SAND SPRINGS, Okla. (AP) Police in Sand Springs are searching for a long-time local pastor who has disappeared.
Police said in a news release Thursday that 58-year-old David Wayne Emigh was reported missing Wednesday by his wife. Assistant Police Chief Mike Carter says Emigh left Word of Life Fellowship Church about 11 a.m. Wednesday to return to his home for a book and hasn't been seen since.
Tulsa, OK – A reprieve for the residents at the Somerset East Apartment complex near the old Eastland Mall. The city will delay cutting off the water to the complex until January 3rd. It was to have been cut off today because the complex owner is about 70-thousand dollars past due on his water bill. The residents are thankful for the city's action, but furious at the complex's out of state owner.
Tulsa, OK – Christmas arrives ten-days early at the Bryant Elementary school in north Tulsa. Employees from Kimberly-Clark helped Santa deliver a wrapped gender specific present to each of the over 400 students.
School counselor Laura Hassell says Santa visited each of the kids and presented them with their present.
Tulsa, OK – Jenks and Glenpool voters go to the polls yesterday with different results. Voters in Jenks approved school bond issues while residents in Glenpool rejected proposals for a sports complex, the streets and the cemetery.
The Jenks plan would not raise taxes; the Glenpool proposal would have increased property taxes.