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Jenks excited about multiple new developments

Jenks excited about multiple new developments

Jenks has grown a lot during the past few years, but the city is gearing up for what Jenks Chamber of Commerce President  Josh Driskell says will be a game-changer: the new outlet mall. It's set to open in the middle part of next year. He says it will bring in lots of shoppers and lots of spending all over Jenks. “They're going to be in downtown Jenks, they're going to be visiting Riverwalk, they're going to be visiting restaurants all throughout the community,” Driskell said. Besides the mall, there are other notable projects, including a new hotel that recently broke ground near the Gateway Mortgage headquarters near Highway 75. Driskell said there could be a new office building coming to that area too. He says city leaders are also excited about a new octopus exhibit at the Oklahoma Aquarium which is expected to boost attendance figures there when it opens in March.

House impeachment prosecutors set out their case against Trump

House impeachment prosecutors set out their case against Trump

Beginning up to 24 hours of opening arguments, House impeachment managers started Wednesday to lay out the basics of their case against President Donald Trump, arguing the evidence is overwhelming that the President is guilty of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. 'Ultimately, the question for you is whether the President's undisputed actions require the removal of the 45th President from office,' said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who opened the House presentation with a speech of over two hours. 'Over the coming days, you will hear remarkably consistent evidence of President Trump's corrupt scheme and cover up,' Schiff added, arguing that Mr. Trump tried to use Ukraine to do his 'political dirty work' in an effort to smear former Vice President Joe Biden. Democrats charge the President withheld over $200 million in military aid for Ukraine in a bid to force the government to announce an investigation of Biden, and another investigation into what Schiff labeled 'that crazy conspiracy theory,' where Ukraine - and not Russia - hacked Democrats during the 2016 campaign. At the first break of the afternoon, the sharp break along party lines was clearly evident as Senators spilled out of the chamber. 'So far, we haven't heard anything new,' Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) told reporters just off the Senate floor.  'What we ought to be presented is evidence by witnesses that have personal knowledge,' Cornyn said, drawing an approving reaction from Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer, who was waiting to speak to reporters. But Cornyn made clear those witnesses should have testified in the House - not in the Senate, as Democrats have asked the Senate to hear testimony. Asked if there was any deal in the works between the two parties to have witness testimony - where Democrats would be able to call former Trump aide John Bolton, and Republicans would question Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden - Schumer told reporters that was not happening. 'That's not even on the table,' Schumer said. Under the rules, House prosecutors have up to 24 hours - over three days - to present their case, which means they could be talking on the Senate floor through Friday. For now, there was no evidence that it was changing any GOP minds. 'I stayed awake, but I didn't hear anything new,' said Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY).

Spain declares climate emergency, gets climate plan ready

Spain declares climate emergency, gets climate plan ready

Spain’s new government declared a national climate emergency on Tuesday, taking a formal first step toward enacting ambitious measures to fight climate change. The declaration approved by the Cabinet says the left-of-center Socialist government will send to parliament within 100 days its proposed climate legislation. The targets coincide with those of the European Union, including a reduction of net carbon emissions to zero by 2050. Spain’s coalition government wants up to 95% of the Mediterranean country’s electricity to come from renewable sources by 2040. The plan also foresees eliminating pollution by buses and trucks and making farming carbon neutral. Details of the plan are to be made public when the proposed legislation is sent to parliament for approval. More than two dozen countries and scores of local and regional authorities have declared a climate emergency in recent years. Scientists say the decade that just ended was by far the hottest ever measured on Earth, capped off by the second-warmest year on record. Also Tuesday, young climate activists including Greta Thunberg told the elites gathered at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland they are not doing enough to deal with the climate emergency and warned them that time was running out.

Make plans now to attend the 17th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show January 24th - 26th at the Exchange Center at Expo Square.  This three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 unique exhibitors from throughout Green Country and the U.S. displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Admission and parking are FREE!   Pick up money-saving coupons, free samples and make purchases. From the storage shed and pool in the back yard to the mailbox in the front, from the basement floor to the chimney top, the 16th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show truly has something for everyone!   While you are there, be sure to register to win $1,000! One lucky winner will be drawn at random from weekend registrations to win $1,000! Visit our Recycling Event Saturday from 10a-1p outside of the Exchange Center.   the M.e.t. will be onsite recycling plastic bags and batteries, and American Document Shredding will join us to shred your confidential documents safely for free.  See a complete list of Exhibitors: HERE JANUARY 24-26, 2020 The Exchange Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa,  OK 74112  SHOW HOURS:  Friday: 12pm-8pm  Saturday: 10am-8pm  Sunday: 11am-5pm  Digital Exhibitor Guide - check out our new mobile digital exhibitor guide including exhibitor map, exhibitor details [Coming Soon]. Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918) 523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@cmg.com    SHOW OFFICE: Green Country Home & Garden Show C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
Make plans now to attend the 17th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show January 24th - 26th at the Exchange Center at Expo Square.  This three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 unique exhibitors from throughout Green Country and the U.S. displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Admission and parking are FREE!   Pick up money-saving coupons, free samples and make purchases. From the storage shed and pool in the back yard to the mailbox in the front, from the basement floor to the chimney top, the 16th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show truly has something for everyone!   While you are there, be sure to register to win $1,000! One lucky winner will be drawn at random from weekend registrations to win $1,000! Visit our Recycling Event Saturday from 10a-1p outside of the Exchange Center.   the M.e.t. will be onsite recycling plastic bags and batteries, and American Document Shredding will join us to shred your confidential documents safely for free.  See a complete list of Exhibitors: HERE JANUARY 24-26, 2020 The Exchange Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa,  OK 74112  SHOW HOURS:  Friday: 12pm-8pm  Saturday: 10am-8pm  Sunday: 11am-5pm  Digital Exhibitor Guide - check out our new mobile digital exhibitor guide including exhibitor map, exhibitor details [Coming Soon]. Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918) 523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@cmg.com    SHOW OFFICE: Green Country Home & Garden Show C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
Make plans now to attend the 17th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show January 24th - 26th at the Exchange Center at Expo Square.  This three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 unique exhibitors from throughout Green Country and the U.S. displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Admission and parking are FREE!   Pick up money-saving coupons, free samples and make purchases. From the storage shed and pool in the back yard to the mailbox in the front, from the basement floor to the chimney top, the 16th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show truly has something for everyone!   While you are there, be sure to register to win $1,000! One lucky winner will be drawn at random from weekend registrations to win $1,000! Visit our Recycling Event Saturday from 10a-1p outside of the Exchange Center.   the M.e.t. will be onsite recycling plastic bags and batteries, and American Document Shredding will join us to shred your confidential documents safely for free.  See a complete list of Exhibitors: HERE JANUARY 24-26, 2020 The Exchange Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa,  OK 74112  SHOW HOURS:  Friday: 12pm-8pm  Saturday: 10am-8pm  Sunday: 11am-5pm  Digital Exhibitor Guide - check out our new mobile digital exhibitor guide including exhibitor map, exhibitor details [Coming Soon]. Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918) 523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@cmg.com    SHOW OFFICE: Green Country Home & Garden Show C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
Make plans now to attend the 17th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show January 24th - 26th at the Exchange Center at Expo Square.  This three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 unique exhibitors from throughout Green Country and the U.S. displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Admission and parking are FREE!   Pick up money-saving coupons, free samples and make purchases. From the storage shed and pool in the back yard to the mailbox in the front, from the basement floor to the chimney top, the 16th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show truly has something for everyone!   While you are there, be sure to register to win $1,000! One lucky winner will be drawn at random from weekend registrations to win $1,000! Visit our Recycling Event Saturday from 10a-1p outside of the Exchange Center.   the M.e.t. will be onsite recycling plastic bags and batteries, and American Document Shredding will join us to shred your confidential documents safely for free.  See a complete list of Exhibitors: HERE JANUARY 24-26, 2020 The Exchange Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa,  OK 74112  SHOW HOURS:  Friday: 12pm-8pm  Saturday: 10am-8pm  Sunday: 11am-5pm  Digital Exhibitor Guide - check out our new mobile digital exhibitor guide including exhibitor map, exhibitor details [Coming Soon]. Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918) 523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@cmg.com    SHOW OFFICE: Green Country Home & Garden Show C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
House impeachment prosecutors set out their case against Trump Beginning up to 24 hours of opening arguments, House impeachment managers started Wednesday to lay out the basics of their case against President Donald Trump, arguing the evidence is overwhelming that the President is guilty of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. 'Ultimately, the question for you is whether the President's undisputed actions require the removal of the 45th President from office,' said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who opened the House presentation with a speech of over two hours. 'Over the coming days, you will hear remarkably consistent evidence of President Trump's corrupt scheme and cover up,' Schiff added, arguing that Mr. Trump tried to use Ukraine to do his 'political dirty work' in an effort to smear former Vice President Joe Biden. Democrats charge the President withheld over $200 million in military aid for Ukraine in a bid to force the government to announce an investigation of Biden, and another investigation into what Schiff labeled 'that crazy conspiracy theory,' where Ukraine - and not Russia - hacked Democrats during the 2016 campaign. At the first break of the afternoon, the sharp break along party lines was clearly evident as Senators spilled out of the chamber. 'So far, we haven't heard anything new,' Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) told reporters just off the Senate floor.  'What we ought to be presented is evidence by witnesses that have personal knowledge,' Cornyn said, drawing an approving reaction from Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer, who was waiting to speak to reporters. But Cornyn made clear those witnesses should have testified in the House - not in the Senate, as Democrats have asked the Senate to hear testimony. Asked if there was any deal in the works between the two parties to have witness testimony - where Democrats would be able to call former Trump aide John Bolton, and Republicans would question Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden - Schumer told reporters that was not happening. 'That's not even on the table,' Schumer said. Under the rules, House prosecutors have up to 24 hours - over three days - to present their case, which means they could be talking on the Senate floor through Friday. For now, there was no evidence that it was changing any GOP minds. 'I stayed awake, but I didn't hear anything new,' said Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY).
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