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Owasso Chamber’s 2019 Awards Ceremony Welcomes Board of Directors and Winners

The 2019 Annual Luncheon and Awards Ceremony was held on Jan. 14 at Tulsa Tech’s Owasso Conference Center.  A crowd of business leaders helped welcome the 2019 board of directors.  Dr. Kathy Campbell of Medicap Pharmacy and 2018 Chamber Chair, passed the gavel to Ray Adcock of Christian Brothers Automotive as he takes on the role of 2019 Chamber Chairman. 

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Tulsa Transit Moves Forward on New System

The City of Tulsa and Tulsa Transit broke ground on a new Aero Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) station in January. Mayor G.T. Bynum, city officials, the Tulsa Transit board and other community leaders were in attendance to commemorate the ground breaking.

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Tulsa’s Gathering Place Continues To Receive National Attention After Being Voted Best New Attraction

The Gathering Place is adding “Best New Attraction” to its list of accolades after winning the USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice 2018 Best New Attraction award. On Jan. 18, Executive Park Director Tony Moore was joined by Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum in the Williams Lodge to announce that the park had received the national honor at the same time that USA Today announced it to its 2.6 million readers.

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Tulsa Named Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Public Art Challenge Winner and Will Receive $1 Million for Greenwood

Tulsa has been named a Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Public Art Challenge winner and will receive $1 million for “The Greenwood Art Project,” a group of temporary public artworks which celebrate and commemorate a vibrant community in the Historic Greenwood District known as Black Wall Street.

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Kudos of the Month: Tulsa Oilers for 90 Years

The tradition of Tulsa Oilers hockey that began with the home opener on Jan. 1, 1929 as part of the grand opening of the Tulsa Coliseum continues to run deep today.

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Tulsa Gridiron Set for March 1 & 2

Nothing is off limits this year as the Tulsa Gridiron takes a humorous look at the issues, events and personalities of power and prestige in politics and cultural events of the day.

The show will be at 8 p.m. March 1 and 2 in the Assembly Hall of the Cox Business Center.

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Schnake Turnbo Frank Promotes Hannah Jackson to Vice President – Tulsa

Schnake Turnbo Frank, a strategic communications and leadership development firm with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, has promoted Hannah Jackson to vice president in its Tulsa office.

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AT&T Debuts New Store in Highland Plaza

Along with many other businesses, the AT&T store was heavily damaged in tornado that struck Highland Plaza in August 2017.

The store was officially re-opened to start 2019, and the company invited customers, friends and members of the Tulsa Regional Chamber and others to celebrate Jan. 31.

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Metro Christian Experiencing Success on Hardwood


Metro Christian Academy is having an outstanding year on the hardwood.

Part of that is due to loads of talent. Another factor is that the players have bought into lessons taught by the athletes who came before them.

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Veteran Joshua Starks Leads VFW Post 577


It would not be unreasonable to envision Tulsa VFW Post 577 as a living history museum.

In less than a year, the two-story brick building at 1109 E. Sixth St., will be celebrating its centennial milestone.

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Second Chance at Life Worth the Fight for CBS News’ Lara Logan During Horrific Ordeal


Lara Logan knew she was about to suffer a horrific death at the hands of a 200-300 person mob as they ripped her clothes apart.

She remembers how she felt with great detail as they were tearing her bra off her body and the necklace from her neck in Tahrir Square as she was there reporting on the 2011 Egyptian Revolution for 60 Minutes.

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Tulsa Oilers’ Peter Sivak Keeps on Going and Going


Like a crazed battery-powered bunny rabbit, Peter Sivak keeps on going and going and going. At 36, Sivak is one of the oldest players in the ECHL, suiting up with 18 teams in four leagues through 19 professional seasons. He came to Tulsa for one reason: to provide instant offense for good friend Rob Murray, coach of the Oilers. Instead, Sivak experienced the first major chink in his career.

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Bixby Metro Chamber Announces 2019 Board of Directors and Award Winners

For 72 years, the Bixby Metro Chamber has provided leadership in improving the business environment by offering a wide variety of programs and services to add value for members and spearhead initiatives that help grow the Bixby community.

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B.A. Chamber, EDC Problems Being Addressed


Details on audits of the BA Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corp. requested last year by the City of Broken Arrow have been made public.

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The Tulsa Sound Makes Its Presence Felt in 1974

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

Eric Clapton’s 1974 album, “461 Ocean Boulevard,” marked a turning point in the career of the legendary blues man. It was a resurgence as well as a departure from the Cream-era Clapton, finding laid back grooves to replace the more aggressive guitar leads that put him on the map in the 1960s. It’s also an excellent example of the far-reaching impact of the Tulsa Sound.

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