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VNN News Byte | October 2022
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Hello, Verified News Community! Thank you for stopping by for a News Byte. I’m Brittany Harlow here to tell you about our October news.
Top stories out of VNN Oklahoma this month:
Our second in-depth investigation into allotment era crime debuted. The story is part of Stealing Tvlse, a collaborative series with Lucinda Hickory Research Institute, and details a lifetime of assaults against Thomas Hickory.
And a community still reeling from tragedy after eight people were found dead in a murder-suicide in Broken Arrow.
Our coverage continues in partnership with Broken Arrow Sentinel.
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In affiliate news, Oklahoma’s Five Treaty Tribes united to endorse Joy Hofmeister, their first joint endorsement of a candidate for governor.
And a new Black Wall Street Business Center opened in Tulsa.
Top stories of out VNN Michigan this month:
Kent County is surveying community members and business owners after receiving complaints of unreliable internet service in the area.
And ArtPrize wrapped up in Grand Rapids- for the last time.
After more than a decade the international art competition announced its board of directors is winding down operations. Downtown Grand Rapids Inc., The City of Grand Rapids, and Kendall College of Art and Design said they will be taking the reins to build a new experiment.
Our Muscogee Citizen owned news network is gearing up for Native American Heritage Month. We’ll be bringing back VNN LIVE to talk about why VNN CEO Kelly Tidwell and I consider ourselves to be Kindred Spirits.
And two new Holiday Series will be coming your way - Home for the Holidays and Holiday Hosting.
That’s all for this month’s News Byte! Have a safe and fun-filled Halloween!