Links Mentioned On Feb. 1, 2021

Monday, February 1st 2021, 3:23 am
By: News 9

Okla. COVID-19 Memorial

Democratic lawmakers will host a memorial at the state capitol Monday to honor the more than 35,000 Oklahomans who have died from the coronavirus.

The memorial will start at 6 p.m. on the outside steps of the capitol building. You can also watch online

Click here for more information.

Girl Scout Cookies

It's Girl Scout Cookie Season!

Because of COVID-19, how you get your cookie will be a little different. Girl Scouts will have booths at stores like norman, with masks and social distancing, but you can also get your cookies delivered.

Click here to find Girl Scout cookies near you.

Governor Stitt Accomplishment Report

Governor Kevin Stitt released his 2020 accomplishment report Sunday.

The report highlights the allocation of $250 million in COVID-19 relief funds for cities and counties and the launch of the Be a Neighbor program, which matches Oklahomans in need with profits and community organizations.

Click here to read the full report.

"The Cosmology of Black Resilience"

The Myriad Botanical Gardens is hosting a free art exhibit called "The Cosmology of Black Resilience", in honor of Black History month.

The exhibit will run until March 2.

Click here for more information.

OKCFD Looking For Firefighters

Applications are open for new firefighters to join the Oklahoma City fire department.

Click here for more information.

OESC Phoneline Support

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission is launching a new phone support line to help Oklahomans with their IRS tax form 10-99-G.

You can call 405-521-6099 for assistance.

OKC Ice Storm Debris Pickup

Many are still seeing the effects of the historic October ice storm, with this week marking the beginning of the second pass as Oklahoma City crews try to clean up the mess. 

If you are concerned about not having your debris picked up at the end of this or would like to view the map of where the crews will be next, click here or call (405) 297-2833, to speak with someone from the customer service department.

Website Helps Oklahomans Get Vaccinated

Thousands of Oklahomans have gotten their COVID-19 vaccine, but some say they can't get their first appointment.

An Oklahoma man created a website that will send you a text alert anytime an appointment is available.

Click here for more information.