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Gov. Stitt To End Federal Unemployment Benefits Early, Offers Job Seekers $1,200 Reward
Federal unemployment benefits will be ending weeks early for around 90,000 Oklahomans, Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Monday alongside employers who said they’re struggling to find people to fill open positions.
Pandemic Recovery Brings Customers, New Challenges For Small Businesses
For a lot of small business owners, business is booming as pandemic restrictions loosen. Customers have been coming in droves, but several recently-opened businesses said there are two big issues holding them back.
Businesses, Unemployed Oklahomans React To Stitt's Return To Work Incentive
Tony Harris is the General Manager for Santa Fe Cattle Company in Broken Arrow. He says ever since they reopened after closing at the start of the pandemic, he's been unable to find many people willing to work.
Chris Kyle 'The American Sniper's' Family Recognizes Tulsa Police, Gives Back To Community
Several former NFL players were in Sapulpa at the Oaks Country Club playing in a charity golf tournament.
The proceeds go to the foundation created in honor of Chris Kyle, best known as the "American Sniper." The American Valor foundation is also recognizing Tulsa police officers for their work.