Top 10 Broken Arrow news stories for August 2022

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By John Dobberstein, Editor

A variety of stories made the Top 10 list of articles appearing in the Broken Arrow Sentinel in August.

There were some tragic incidents involving vehicles, a domestic shooting in Bixby and a shootout on the Broken Arrow Expressway in Tulsa that killed one person.

The city’s relationship with the Broken Arrow Historical Society, which runs Museum Broken Arrow, became a little more dramatic, but the City Council votes on a renewal of the group’s user agreement on Tuesday.

The fight to keep the Tulsa Skyride alive and off the auction block also took a turn.

1 Broken Arrow Police Department reports increase in auto thefts

2 City of Broken Arrow to approach NSU about ‘underutilized’ BA campus

3 Rift between city, Broken Arrow museum board grows wider

4 2 killed in Bixby shooting stemming from domestic dispute

5 Police update hit-and-run case in south Tulsa, seek public’s help

6 ‘Stand your ground’ defense nixed by Judge, Broken Arrow man faces murder trial

7 Tulsa Skyride takes first step toward National Register of Historic Places listing

8 1 killed early Sunday during shootout on Broken Arrow Expressway in Tulsa

9 Broken Arrow makes Top 10 of Tulsa metro cities with most expensive homes

10 Cleanup of radioactive soil at former Broken Arrow Landfill to be discussed at meeting

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