Thursday's noon digital news update

Here's a look at some of the top stories in Green Country.

A media company founded in Tulsa lays off dozens of employees after being bought by an English company.
PenWell was acquired by UK company Clarion Events back in April.
We were told by a current employee that those who are keeping their jobs were told to leave this morning and come back around one this afternoon.    

Tulsa police continue to search for clues in a south Tulsa carjacking.  
Officers say two men met up with someone in Jenks to buy marijuana.
That man asked the pair to drive to an apartment complex near 61st and Mingo.
When they arrived, three men stole their money, phones and red Chevrolet Silverado.
Police are also looking for a silver SUV the suspects were in.


Broken Arrow voters who live in Wagoner County now have a new place to cast their early ballots.
The Heritage United Methodist Church near 71st and Oneta Road is now an early voting center.
The Wagoner County Election Board says more than 20,000 voters live within just seven miles of the church.

 

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