Greater Tulsa Reporter
Editor’s Note: Laura Chalus, executive director of the Tulsa Garden Center, is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue.Read More
After serving over 26 years in law enforcement, Police Chief David Boggs will retire from the Broken Arrow Police Department (BAPD) at the end of August. A nationwide search for his replacement will begin in the coming weeks.Read More
The Jenks Ministerial Alliance will host its annual Jenks Community Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15, starting at 10 a.m., at the Hunter-Dwelley Stadium located on the central campus of Jenks Public Schools.
An anticipated crowd of over 500 children will be present to gather 6,000 pre-filled eggs in three age categories.
The Salvation Army of Metro Tulsa has launched the Power of Twelve, an ambitious comprehensive program that focuses exclusively on helping those in the community who need it most: the homeless, impoverished and hungry families, children and individuals and the thousands of at-risk youth who encounter challenges on a daily basis.Read More
The Children’s Medical Charities Association (CMCA) has continued to prove its resiliency and industriousness through its 65-year history. During its six decades in operation, the organization has been asked to move its location three times, most recently onto Route 66 in the Pearl District.Read More
When the Owasso Chapter of the Blue Star Mothers of America dissolved in 2015, the Owasso area was split up between the organization’s Rogers County and Broken Arrow chapters.Read More
The City of Bixby and other statewide entities are working hard to help protect the valuable water resources in Oklahoma.
Across the nation, hundreds of cities and counties have been diligently working under a unique discharge permit program to protect the water quality of local streams and lakes from a variety of pollutants carried in stormwater runoff.Read More
Construction has reached near completion for The Reserve at Aspen Creek, a multi-family development on Tucson Street (121st Street), between Aspen Avenue (145th East Avenue) and Elm Place (161st East Avenue).Read More
An Oklahoma State Regent for Higher Education, a prominent Tulsa charitable organization and a generous philanthropist who left his mark on the city have been selected as 2017 OSU in Tulsa Icons by Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences for their contributions to the university, the state of Oklahoma and the nation.Read More
Steps are being taken to bring to fruition an idea that began nearly 10 years ago to construct a creative arts center in downtown Broken Arrow.Read More
In January, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum announced the funding timeline for the Vision Tulsa economic development projects, with 26 of the 37 projects planned to be funded completely by 2022. Five additional projects will receive annual appropriations throughout the 15-year program.Read More
Editor’s Note: Phil Albert is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue. GTR was the first news group in greater Tulsa to introduce “10 People to Watch,” which launched in January 2009.Read More
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) is pleased to announce that Tulsa County, has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its budget.Read More
Shortly after I took office, the Mayor’s Office led a joint retreat with the City Council to brainstorm our goals and form a strategic plan for our city. This retreat serves as the catalyst toward framing our strategic-planning process and moving ahead as a unified city government.Read More
Three Broken Arrow officials have been appointed to serve on committees with the National League of Cities (NLC).
Mayor Craig Thurmond was elected to serve another term on the NLC Board of Directors.Read More