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Congratulations to Lonnie Collins on be named the new Quality Rep for UAW Local 5010!

International Youth Day was first coined by the United Nations General Assembly in 1999, and now the 12th day of August serves as an annual celebration of the role of young women and men as essenti

The first Sunday in August is National Sisters Day, and your opportunity to show your appreciation for that unique bond only sisters can understand.

Contract Highlight Booklets will be available at the Union Hall until 4:30 today.

The union hall is located at 1414 N. Memorial Rd.
Here are the highlights of the new tenative agreement between UAW Local 5010 and Navistar.
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Contract Ratification

Meeting, Discussion and Vote

UAW Local 5010 Members Only

Friday February 8th at 11:30am

Tulsa Tech, Owasso Campus

The UAW Financial Officers’ Conference will be held Sunday, March 24 through Friday, March 29, 2019, at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel in Orlando, Florida. This conference is for local union presidents, financial secretaries/treasurers, trustees and recording secretaries.

Linda Vermillion was born in McAlester, Oklahoma on September 20th, 1965. She grew up in Hartshorne, Oklahoma. She eventually moved to Tulsa and began working at the Tulsa Bus Plant, where she has worked for the past 17 years.

Sadly, she passed away on December 31st, 2018 at Saint John's Medical Center in Tulsa. Her funeral was held at the Brumley-Mills Funeral Home in Hartshorne, Oklahoma on Saturday January 5th, 2019 and then she was laid to rest at the Sulphur Cemetery near Hartshorne. 

UAW Navistar members have voted to ratify a new six-year contract. The UAW negotiating team secured significant economic and benefit improvements including the elimination of all tiered wages, profit sharing, pension plan improvements, and a “no closing agreement” which includes language to retain the contract if the company is sold or merged.

The agreement covers Navistar Local 6 and 2293 in Melrose Park; Local 472 in Atlanta; Local 119 in Dallas; Local 1872 in York, PA and Local 402 and 658 in Springfield, Ohio.

Last week was a bad week for autoworkers and the future of our domestic industry. On Nov. 26, General Motors (GM) announced its decision to halt production at the Lordstown, Ohio, and Hamtramck, Mich., assembly plants, idling thousands of workers.

Last Friday, President Trump signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), with promises that it would stop companies from closing U.S. factories and opening new ones in low-wage countries like Mexico...