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Past, Present and Future: The Tulsa City-County Library

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It used to be that when you went to a book repository you had to look up a book in a catalog or index, then go up to a librarian and make a request for him or her to retrieve it for you.

In 1965, the Tulsa City-County Library reformed our idea of what a library is, becoming one of the first in the nation to use today's standard of browsing books in an "Open Library."

Today, the library continues to serve all members of the community, serving as a gateway to resources for students, young and old, families, community groups, entrepreneurs and large businesses. 

State of the State & Convening of the Oklahoma Legislature

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Today, February 4, 2013, at noon the Oklahoma Legislature was gaveled into session. As per usual, we are likely set to have yet another exciting legislative season in Oklahoma. Legislative members filed over 2,400 bills for consideration in this legislative session.

African-American History Month: WPA Oklahoma Slave Narrative, Katie Rowe

This month, at various locations in the Tulsa City-County Library system, you'll find some great programs celebrating African-American history.  In the Tulsa and Oklahoma collection, you'll find several great resources on African-American history in our state.

Tulsa Chamber Small Business Forum offers insight to Affordable Care Act

Join the Tulsa Regional Chamber for February's Small Business Forum, "The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: What does ObamaCare mean for Small Business?" The forum will feature a panel of industry experts who will address questions related to the Affordable Care Act.

Football and Romance

Are you ready for the Super Bowl? Check out these romance fiction titles that feature football players and enjoy the big game.

Hill Country Hero by Ann DeFee

Not another Bad Day by Rachel Gibson

Surrender My Heart by Kayla Perrin

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