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Owasso is an Osage Indian word that means, "The end of the trail" or "turn around," which is a fitting name for the city of Owasso, Oklahoma because the railroad ended there in the early 1900s. When Oklahoma joined the union in 1907, the town of Owasso had just 379 residents. Now, over a century later, there are 35,000-plus people that live in Owasso. One little known fact is that the movie "The Outsiders" has the old Owasso High School in the background.

Population: 18502
Local Newspapers: Tulsa World
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Local Colleges: University of Phoenix campus

Zip Codes associated with owasso, oklahoma: 74055
Towns/Cities near owasso, oklahoma : Tulsa Colinsville Sperry Turley Verdigris Catoosa Limestone Claremore

Owasso News
Political notebook: Hispanic Cultural Day set for May 1 at state Capitol

Meetings and events: State Sen. J.J. Dossett, D-Owasso, and Rep. Monroe Nichols, D-Tulsa, are among five legislators hosting the first Hispanic Cultural Day at the state Capitol, noon-4 p.m. May 1 in the Capitol rotunda. May 3 is the deadline for absentee ballot applications for the May 9 special election in House District 75. Absentee ballot forms are available at www.elections.ok.gov .

'Undercover Boss' visits Tulsa, Owasso Taco Bueno stores; brand will now ship anywhere in U.S.

Taco Bueno locations in Tulsa and Owasso were among filming sites for an episode of the CBS reality show "Undercover Boss" scheduled to air April 28. Taco Bueno CEO Michael Roper went incognito to join the work force as an employee at several Taco Bueno properties, including an 11th Street location across from the University of Tulsa and two Owasso locations. Food Dude Dave Cathey brings you features and recipes, including fresh takes each week from a variety of guest columnists and experts.

Tickets now on sale for debut of Tulsa-shot crime film starring Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson plays a string instrument between takes in filming of the indie crime drama "Let Me Make You a Martyr," on a ranch east of Owasso in 2015. Tulsan John Swab's film, a revenge drama in which Manson plays a hit man, now has tickets on sale for a March 25 debut screening.a CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World Marilyn Manson plays a string instrument between takes in filming of the indie crime drama "Let Me Make You a Martyr," on a ranch east of Owasso in 2015.

Lightning Strikes Destroys Gas Line At Owasso Building

Firefighters say the lightning struck a tree outside the Oakdale Building. The bolt traveled through the ground and damaged the gas line servicing the building.

Lawmakers call for investigation and audit of Oklahoma Veteran Affairs -

Lawmakers are calling for an investigation and audit of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs, citing a list of complaints about the agency's policies and purchasing decisions. Rep. Brian Renegar leads the group of Democrat representatives, including Vinita's Chuck Hoskin, Owasso's Dale Derby and Broken Arrow's Mike Ritze, The Oklahoman reported.

Billie Winham v. Joe Reese Thomas David Schiller Saint Francis...

BILLIE WINHAM, an individual, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. JOE REESE, M.D., an individual; and THOMAS DAVID SCHILLER, M.D., an individual, Defendants/Appellees, SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL, INC., an Oklahoma corporation; SAINT FRANCIS HEALTH SYSTEM, INC., an Oklahoma corporation; GASTROENTEROLOGY SPECIALISTS, INC., an Oklahoma corporation; SURGICAL ASSOCIATES, INC., an Oklahoma corporation; MICHAEL W. GRIFFIN, D.O., an individual; and WARREN CLINIC, INC., an Oklahoma corporation, Defendants.

Injury Crash Shuts Down 86th Street North West Of Owasso

Foggy conditions are believed to have contributed to an injury crash near Owasso Tuesday morning. Emergency crews were called to the wreck around 7:45 a.m. on 86th Street North near North Harvard.

In echo of Obama, Trump furthers his agenda by executive actions

A new survey ranks the 50 safest towns and cities in Oklahoma. And bad news for those of us in the big city: Tulsa and Oklahoma City don't even make the top 50 according to Alarms.org, which looked at the rate of property and violent crimes per 1,000 people.

DC Digest: Tim Harris to seek U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine's seat in 2018

Harris campaigned at several events last week, including outside the Mabee Center on Tuesday night prior to an appearance by current 1st District Congressman Jim Bridenstine. Bridenstine is not running for re-election, and may leave before his current term expires for a job in the Trump administration.

Josh Proctor, a four-star S from Oklahoma, announces commitment to Ohio State

Ohio State picked up a verbal commitment from four-star offensive lineman Max Wray a few hours before Saturday's spring game. Four-star safety Josh Proctor of Owasso, Okla., announced his Ohio State commitment during halftime, making him the seventh member of Urban Meyer's 2018 recruiting class.

'We are drowning in a pool of wrong,' Book, school outreach tackle child abuse

"We were very, very happy that justice was served," she told NewsChannel 4. "We were looking up and we were celebrating." Geneva Robinson and Joshua Granger had just received life sentences for abusing a seven-year-old girl inside what prosecutors call a "House of Horrors" on the city's southeast side.

Lawmakers want investigation at Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs

Rep. Brian Renegar is seen seated recently at the Oklahoma House of Representatives. [Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman Archives] Four lawmakers have asked for an investigation and audit of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs, but supporters of the agency called the move a political stunt.

Woman acquitted in KJRH photographer's death 16 mins ago

An Owasso family finds peace at the Tulsa County Courthouse today after years of tearful court dates come to an end. The woman, responsible for killing Cameron Hood, a beloved son and 2 Works for you editor and photojournalist, was acquitted of all charges related to a deadly car crash.

Silver Alert Issued For Elderly Tulsa County Couple

The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office identified the couple as 82-year-old Samuel Gafford and 80-year-old Edna Gafford. The sheriff's office says the couple was last seen by a Broken Arrow Police officer at 51st and 161st East Avenue asking for directions to Owasso prior the Silver Alert being issued.

Find Local Tulsa, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Union, and Owasso News, Sports, and Entertainment:Student Wins All-State Award

Broken Arrow High School student Jacob Taylor has been awarded a 2017 Academic All-State Award from the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence. Taylor is one of 100 winning students across the state who are top public high school seniors; he was selected from 551 nominations statewide.

Quality assurance is 'an absolute' at Owasso's Advanced Cos.

Complex, automated machinery fills the production floor here at Advanced Plastics and Advanced Machining and Fabricating, creating precision-engineered parts for the aerospace and oil-field industries. "We deal within thousandths of an inch," said Advanced Plastics President Scott Shortess as he guided me through the production space of the two companies.

44 more districts mull shorter school week amid cuts, state survey shows

A classroom sits empty in Owasso. At least 44 more districts are looking at cutting the number of school days to save money by adopting four-day school weeks or by simply shortening the academic year.

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