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Special Olympics soccer tourney a boost for intellectually disabled, regular ed students - Tulsa World: Local

tulsaworld.com — Special Olympics Oklahoma soccer organizers said teams pairing three athletes with intellectual disabilities and two regular education students is a wonderful way to help impart confidence and create friendships where normally there may be a divide.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @JonesingToWrite: Special Olympics soccer tourney a boost for intellectually disabled, regular ed students | tulsaworld.com/news/local/spe…

Oct 01, 2014

Special Olympics soccer tourney a boost for intellectually disabled, regular ed students | tulsaworld.com/news/local/spe…

Zack Sanchez and Aaron Colvin maintain a close bond

tulsaworld.com — Their discussions don't revolve around Sanchez's current interception streak. They don't discuss the attention the OU sophomore is receiving from the media. Nope. It's all about Sanchez improving on a weekly basis. "There's not too much to be said to him because he's a baller," said Colvin, who is now with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.
Oct 01, 2014

Lunchtime reading via @EricBaileyTW: The bond between Zack Sanchez and Aaron Colvin: ow.ly/C9AfF #Sooners

Oct 01, 2014

Aaron Colvin (@AColvin29) talks Zack Sanchez's INTs, injury & staying hungry: "That’s my little brother." #Sooners tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/ou…

Best in the World: Children's picks - Tulsa World: Homepagelatest

tulsaworld.com — We asked Tulsa World Weekend Magazine readers and parents to nominate and vote for their children's stores, restaurants and attractions. Now, we've named our Best in the World. Find longtime favorites or get new ideas for your next family night or birthday party.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @TWScene: Best in the World: We have parents' picks for bday party enues, kids' stores, more. #tulsa #parenting bit.ly/1rMQKOZ via @tulsaworld

Having judge on site is deterrent to juvenile crime at Tulsa State Fair - Tulsa World: Courts

tulsaworld.com — On-site hearings for juveniles free deputies for additional policing. Posted: It's all fun and games at the Tulsa State Fair - unless you're caught acting outside of the law. At that point, a less-visible aspect of the fair could come into play.
Oct 01, 2014

Having judge on site is deterrent to juvenile crime at Tulsa State Fair | tulsaworld.com/news/courts/ha…