GTR News Online GTR NewsOnline Union Boundary Midtown Monitor Jenks District Gazette Broken Arrow Express Owasso Rambler Bixby Breeze

Today Is

Complimentary eSubscription Here

City of Tulsa Celebrates Gilcrease, TU Partnership

From Tulsa's Mayor By G.T. BYNUM

Nearly a decade has passed since the City of Tulsa partnered with the University of Tulsa to preserve and advance the Gilcrease Museum. Gilcrease, a proud member of the City of Tulsa family, is one of our national treasures that generations of Tulsans are pleased to call their own. In just a couple of months, we will celebrate our historic partnership.

Read More

As Temperatures Rise, Local Music Heats Up

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

As the temperatures begin to creep into the 90s, I’m reminded of the words of Jacob Tovar: “I got three good reasons for leaving Tulsa: July, August and you.”

Read More

Star-Studded Lineup Slated for Spring

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Our Tulsa area enjoys its best weather in the spring and fall, prompting venues and promoters to come up with events that are enticing enough to draw an audience inside. Are Willie Nelson and Tom Jones tempting enough? Perhaps ZZ Top and REO Speedwagon? Maybe Jerry Seinfeld on the comic side or a penetrating performance related to Black Wall Street.

Read More

Assistance League of Tulsa Opens New Facility 

One of Tulsa’s most cherished non-profits, The Assistance League Tulsa (ALT), has moved to a new facility on 31st Street between Yale and Sheridan Avenues.

Read More

Tulsa Botanic Garden Furthers Mission, Expands Education

By BLAKE AUSTYN

As Tulsa Botanic Garden, established in 2002, continues to grow in the Osage Hills, just west of downtown Tulsa, the organization is expanding its upcoming events and programs and working towards the construction of its third and fourth gardens.

Read More

Hillcrest Donates Land For Neighborhood Park

In 2009, after entering into a long-term lease of Benedict Park, Hillcrest Healthcare System representatives met with the Forest Orchard Neighborhood Association (FONA) to discuss the creation of an interior park for the neighborhood.

Read More

Raska’s Business and Reputation Keep Growing

By BOB LEWIS

As it moves ahead into yet another year of operation, a landmark Broken Arrow business just keeps growing… literally.

Charles E. Raska, along with his wife and partner Shirley, founded the operation in 1953 to provide lawnmowing and landscape services, primarily to homes and businesses in Tulsa. Expansion came in the mid-1960s with the opening of Raska’s Nursery at 824 S. Main St. in Broken Arrow.

Read More

Contact GTR News

Back to Top


Sections


  • Miss Helen's