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Entrepreneur Larry Wofford Serves as TU Business Dean

The University of Tulsa selected Dr. Larry Wofford, Davis D. Bovaird Chair of Entrepreneurial Studies, to serve as dean of the Collins College of Business at the beginning of this past fall semester. He will serve for up to two years. Wofford succeeded Gale Sullenberger, who served as dean since 1999.

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Fuqua Father-Son Team Embedded in ORU History


High above the Mabee Center floor hangs a small banner bearing a special number. Perhaps its significance is lost in time to many, but a young man sits beneath the rafters today recalling where he would be without the man who wore “24.’’ 

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Holiday Shows Shine at Local Venues


December is all about down-time, right? Well, maybe not. If you are in the clutches of hectic holiday planning, perhaps soon you can set aside the “must-dos” and let the fun begin.

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Author Remembers His Mentor, Mary Carolyn Cole

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

Most of us can identify a teacher or a friend or a relative who when growing up was key to our career choices. My mentor was my mother’s older sister, who was one of the main reasons I became an architect. She’s been gone for more than 25 years but this article is her story and some things I remember about her.

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Stava Building Corp. Welcomes New Leadership

Stava Building Corporation welcomes two new owners to the established Tulsa company. Curt Hellen and LouAnn Smith will join as president and vice president, respectively. John Stava, CEO and founde, will remain active and involved in the day-to-day activities of the corporation.

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Bohannon Family Business Celebrates 25th Anniversary


Joe and Sara Bohannon, owners of B&B Liquor Warehouse, bought their first store when they needed a supplemental income for their family of four.

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Castle of Muskogee Filled With Holiday Lights and Fun

The Castle of Muskogee offers holiday entertainment for the whole family. Visitors can take a leisurely drive through the Castleton Village, which is filled with thousands of holiday lights and displays. The drive through is free, and donations are gratefully accepted.

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