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Top 10 Ways to Avoid Being a Crime Victim

1. Lock your doors. 2. Lock your windows. 3. Light up your house and your neighborhood at night. 4. Get to know your neighbors. They could end up being your first responders and best watchdog. 5. Be aware of your … Continue reading

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Thanking our Veterans

Lee Greenwood wrote a popular patriotic song a number of years ago with lyrics that are perfect for Memorial Day: “And I’m proud to be an American where at least I know I’m free. And I won’t forget the men … Continue reading

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Reporting Neighbors Who Disturb Your Peace.

It is important to understand that there are two ordinances with completely different procedures for  music noise in Tulsa.  First, determine where it is coming from- a location or a car. The car-stereo ordinance applies to vehicles with loud sound … Continue reading

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Have you heard this child?

Story in the Tulsa World on  8/27/2010 Inspired to sing by her mother, Wendi, who died of ovarian cancer in 2008. Rhema Marvanne, a 7-year-old gospel-singing sensation from Carrollton, Texas, is scheduled to perform the national anthem before the Dallas … Continue reading

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