Top 10 Broken Arrow stories for June 2022


By John Dobberstein, Editor

There was lots of both good and bad news in and around Broken Arrow in June.

For days, the tragic mass shooting at the Natalie Medical Building in south Tulsa jolted and saddened not only Broken Arrow and the state, but much of the nation.

CymSTAR chose Broken Arrow for its new headquarters building, new park opened and the city was made proud by one of its tumblers. And everyone was talking about the bizarre spectacle of a Broken Arrow man walking through the Hillside Drive business district with an assault rifle slung over his shoulder.

Here’s the full list of last month’s top articles:

1. Broken Arrow police clarify interactions with gun suspect

2. Aldi proposing grocery store in south Broken Arrow

3. Woman found dead in Arkansas River near Coweta is identified

4. CymSTAR announces new headquarters facility in Broken Arrow

5. At least 5 dead in shooting incident at south Tulsa medical building

6. New Preserve Park in Broken Arrow officially opens June 14

7. Blue-and-white color scheme gets the nod for New Orleans Square intersection

8. Broken Arrow, Owasso girls win national tumbling titles

9. City of Broken Arrow rolling out new utility payment system

10. Broken Arrow crash kills Tulsa woman

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