May 19, 2014
Quapaw Students Set Off on Senior Trip after Originally Donating Funds
They originally donated their funds to relief efforts after the devastating EF-2 tornado struck the Quapaw community on April 27. But the town joined together to help them out, and help make the trip possible.
Quapaw Seniors Continue To Give Back To Community
Students in Quapaw's senior class just keep giving back. Their decision to give the money they raised for their senior trip to tornado victims led to an incredible response, with $35,000 in donations from people touched by their generosity.
Low-interest disaster loans available in Ottawa and Craig counties of Oklahoma
Low-interest disaster loans are available for individuals and businesses harmed by a tornado and severe storms that struck April 28 in the Quapaw area, Gov. Mary Fallin announced Friday.
SBA Loan Assistance Offered For Oklahoma, Kansas Tornado-Damaged Businesses
The Small Business Administration is offering loan assistance to companies in southeast Kansas, northeast Oklahoma and southwest Missouri damaged by a tornado and violent weather on April 27, 2014.
Quapaw Senior Class Still Taking Trip After Originally Donating Funds
A group of high school students in Quapaw will end up taking their senior trip after previously donating their funds to relief efforts.