Greater Tulsa Reporter
Kay Stone Buford knows the power of a horse and its powerful connection with a human.
“I was raised on the back of a horse,” she says.Read More
Tulsa Federal Credit Union hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Nov. 9 to celebrate the opening of its new south Tulsa branch. The 4,300 square-foot branch is located at 10790 S. Memorial Drive.Read More
Sean Kouplen, chairman and chief executive officer of Regent Bank, attributes much of his career success to his affiliation with Oklahoma State University.Read More
Avansic, an e-discovery and digital forensics firm headquartered in Tulsa, has announced its seventh annual End of the Year Continuing Legal Education (CLE) for attorneys in Oklahoma. The seminars will take place in Oklahoma City on Dec. 8 and in Tulsa on Dec. 9 and are free of charge for all participants.Read More
Since Tulsa Hills began its economic footprint in west Tulsa eight years ago, its local impact continues to increase. The development quickly filled up with big box, national retailers, including Target, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, Lowe’s, Sam’s Club, and Dick’s Sporting Goods, thus filling a much-needed gap in services to Tulsa’s western portion and its growing number of residents.Read More
Village, an application technology company with offices in Tulsa and Port-land, Ore., has recently appointed Tracey Norvell as chief executive officer.Read More
Bixby’s first IHOP restaurant opened Oct. 19 at 8222 E. 103rd St.
The restaurant seats approximately 160 guests. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days per week.Read More
SUCCESSFUL CHIEF: Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief George Tiger, to the right of scissors, prepares to cut the ribbon for the new Muscogee (Creek) Citizenship Office at the RiverWalk Development Complex in Jenks Oct. 19.Read More
Longtime Oklahoma dealership and Broken Arrow business Ferguson Superstore hosted a ground-breaking ceremony for construction of the new location of Ferguson Subaru Oct. 7. The new Ferguson Subaru building will be 26,000 square feet when completed. It will feature a new Subaru showroom and a new state-of-the-art service facility. The service facility will be a huge upgrade for the service department featuring a “Subaru Express Service” with three service lanes, a new state-of-the-art car wash, and a new customer-focused waiting area including a kids play area, wireless Internet, and complementary refreshments and snacks.Read More
On Nov. 10, Broken Arrow voters will go to the polls to decide whether the existing Vision 2025 sales tax should be renewed.
John Cockrell, president of the International Association of Firefighters Local 2551, and Thomas Cooper, president of the Fraternal Order of Police 170 Lodge, both say their organizations are solidly behind the proposal.Read More
ClearRidge, an Oklahoma Investment Banking and Business Advisory firm, announces the acquisition of Oklahoma company Eastpointe Industries (www.ep-ind.com) by Long Trail Holdings (www.longtrailholdings.com).Read More
Brian Talkington has joined NBC Oklahoma as the Tulsa market president. He previously served as vice president of commercial lending for American Heritage Bank and has over 15 years of experience in the financial industry.Read More
L-3 AMI and the State of Oklahoma have celebrated the expansion of the L-3 AMI division facility in Broken Arrow at a press conference held Sept. 29 at the L-3 AMI building located at 12518-D E. 60th Street (on the corner of 61st Street and 129th East Avenue).Read More
The Board of Directors of the Rotary Club of Tulsa was recently elected for the 2015-16 year. Standing is Hannibal Johnson, chairman of the board; from left are Louann Buhlinger, vocational service director; past President Matt Davis, membership service director; Rhonda Daniel, immediate past president; past President Del Dreyer, long-range planning liaison; Brian Bovaird, director-at-large (3 yrs.); Tony Oliva, director-at-large (2 yrs.); President Jeff Hassell; President-elect John Rains; Paul Bauman, secretary-treasurer; Alisha Herrera, sergeant-at-arms; John Howland, director-at-large (1 yr.);Duff Weddle, international service director; and Paula Wood, youth service director. Not pictured: John Dellavedova, community service director and Chuck Wilson, club service director.Read More
Opening Nov. 1 is wireless repair store Cell Phone Surgeon, 12305 E. 96th St. N., next to Wal-Mart, the first of three stores that local business owner Ted Andress will open in the greater Tulsa area.Read More