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Stealing Tvlse, moms fight back, and ArtPrize begins
VNN Weekly Digest September 12-18
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
“Stealing Tvlse” to spotlight allotment crimes on Muscogee Nation reservation
(MUSCOGEE NATION) VNN Oklahoma has teamed up with the Lucinda Hickory Research Institute (LHRI) to produce a new series called “Stealing Tvlse”. As attention on Tulsa grows through the creation of world class attractions such as “The Gathering Place”, so does concern over a lack of recognition for the crimes committed to achieve its greatness.
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When moms fight back: Stories from the Capitol
(OKLAHOMA) It was one story of survival after another during an interim study on criminalized survivorship at the state capitol Tuesday. The study, proposed by Rep. Toni Hasenback (R-Elgin), examined the issues surrounding victims of abuse and why they are incarcerated when they fight back.
City of Grand Rapids to host events coinciding with ArtPrize
(MICHIGAN) Downtown Grand Rapids will have more than 150 spots featuring artwork starting Thursday September 15 and going until October 2. The annual ArtPrize event brings half a million people to the city eager to see what the international art display has to offer.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Much needed rains return to portions of California, heavy rain and flash flooding threat to increase from the Southwest into the Central Rockies, the return of record high temperatures across the Southern to Central Plains into the Lower to Middle Mississippi Valley, and heavy rain, flash flooding and severe weather possible across portions of the Mid-West into the Northeast.
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