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OK DPS

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety now offers In Line Online.

In Line Online allows those needing to take a drivers exam to avoid the lines and schedule their exam time online. 

To schedule an exam visit: https://www.ok.gov/dps/exam/scheduler/index.uii

October 17th Health Care Forum: The Affordable Care Act and your business

October 17th Health Care Forum: The Affordable Care Act and your business

As key provisions of the Affordable Care Act are implemented, join the Tulsa Regional Chamber for a health care forum dedicated to ensuring you're prepared. The forum will discuss impending deadlines, announced delays and requirements that will impact both businesses and individuals in the coming months.

Thursday, Oct. 17
8 - 9:30 a.m.
Tulsa Regional Chamber
1 W. Third St.
Saint Francis Health System Room

City of Tulsa Hosting Open House on Oct. 16 for National Community Planning Month

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from: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/news/news-stories/2013/planopenhouse.aspx

Tulsans and residents of surrounding communities are invited to celebrate National Community Planning Month by attending an open house hosted by the City of Tulsa's Planning and Economic Development Department.

The open house will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 3 - 6 p.m. at City Hall, 10th floor North Conference Room. Program remarks will begin at 3:30 p.m. and refreshments will be provided.

October Book Club Selection: Babe, The Gallant Pig

The book for October: Babe the Gallant Pig by Dick King-Smith
 
When Babe arrives at Hogget Farm, Mrs. Hogget’s thoughts turn to sizzling
bacon and juicy pork chops—until he reveals a surprising talent for
sheepherding, that is. Before long, Babe is handling Farmer Hogget’s flock better
than any sheepdog ever could. Babe is so good, in fact, that the farmer enters him
into the Grand Challenge Sheepdog Trials. Will it take a miracle for Babe to

OECD Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) Report

According to a new International report released this week, low basic skills in literacy and numeracy are more common in the US than on average across participating countries. One in six adults in the US have low literacy skills and nearly one third have weak numeracy skills.  Adults in the US fared less well with “problem-solving in technology-rich environments” than the cross-country average.

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