Karen Keith: Principled, proven & getting things done.
You know Karen. As a television anchor and reporter for 26 years, she worked to bring you the stories that mattered most.
As your County Commissioner, she works to make every community in Tulsa County the best it can be.
A lot has been accomplished these last few years. A new Family Justice Center, an improved levy system, and much more.
See Karen’s “fix it” list of things still to do to help all of the communities in Tulsa County.
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Press Release: Inhofe Applauds $3 Million Grant for Tulsa Levees
“The announcement of the $3 million dollar EDA grant for the imperiled levee system could not have come at a better time,” said Tulsa County
Tulsa World: As events return to Expo Square, county turns to Tulsa Health Department for guidance
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KTUL: Tulsa County commissioners deciding weekly on CARES Act funding recipients
by Haley Hughey & Megan Butler, KTUL StaffTuesday, May 19th 2020 Tulsa County Commissioners have approved $2 million of the CARES Act so far. Not only
NYTimes: Tulsa Officials Plead for Trump to Cancel Rally as Virus Spikes in Oklahoma
President Trump will hold his first campaign rally in months on Saturday in Oklahoma, where infections are rising, and officials there are pleading with him
Tulsa World: Army Corps of Engineers signs off on report to improve Tulsa levees
By Kelsy Schlotthauer Tulsa WorldApr 23, 2020 Read story on the Tulsa World website Tulsa’s local levee system grew one step closer to improvement Thursday
Tulsa World: County commissioners approve $2 million in federal aid for COVID-19-related expenses
The Tulsa County Election Board is pictured in 2015. It was approved for federal COVID-19 improvements by Tulsa County on Monday. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World file