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Monday, July 13th 2020, 6:32 am
By: News On 6


Tulsa Amazon Fulfillment Center Starts Interviews For Hiring Over 1,500 People

Amazon will begin the process of hiring more than 1,500 people for its Tulsa fulfillment center. The hiring event will take place at the Tulsa Technology Conference Center in Owasso. You can find more information here.


City Of Tulsa Says Test Excavation To Begin For Possible Mass Graves

The City of Tulsa said a team from archaeologists from the University of Oklahoma will start the test excavation for possible mass graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Oaklawn Cemetery will be closed to the public during the excavation, but the city said it'll provide a daily live video feed inside the cemetery. For more information, click here.


Union Public Schools To Discuss Mascot Change

Union Public Schools will reevaluate its "Redskins" mascot at Monday night's school board meeting. The school board meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Service Center. They will take a break at some point before reconvening at Union's Performing Arts Center around 7:45 p.m. The district hopes the PAC will be a large enough space to accommodate the crowd while maintaining physical distancing.

The district said masks will be required, temperatures will be taken, and that a COVID-screening will occur for those planning to attend. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.

A live stream will be also available on Union's YouTube page for those who wish to watch from home. LIVE STREAM LINK.


Bartlesville Public Schools To Release Draft Plan For Upcoming School Year

Bartlesville Public Schools says it will release a draft plan Monday for going back to school during the pandemic.

For More Info CLICK HERE


Tulsa Planning Office Seeking input On Master Plan Update For Route 66

The Tulsa Planning Office is working on a master plan update for Route 66 and wants your input. You can find the survey here.


Phase Two Of Oklahoma's Business Relief Program Opens Applications Tuesday

The second phase of Oklahoma's Business Relief program will begin accepting applications Tuesday morning. You can find the link here.