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Grocery Ordering, Delivery Services Expand in Tulsa

By MEAGAN COLLINS

As new technologies continue to emerge, one industry striving to keep pace is the modern-day grocery store.

Most recently this is being seen in the growth of online grocery ordering and delivery services, which are moving steadily through the country, including locally.

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Tulsa Community Foundation Hurricane Harvey Fund Tops $800,000

In response to the unprecedented loss of life and property resulting from Hurricane Harvey, Tulsa Community Foundation has established a disaster relief fund to assist victims.

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City of Tulsa Disaster Response Teams Deployed to Texas

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (ODEM) have requested the help from City of Tulsa disaster teams in the wake of Tropical Storm Harvey.

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New Mixed-Use Project for Downtown B.A.

By EMILY RAMSEY

A new mixed-use project for downtown Broken Arrow, the largest development project to date in the Rose District, was announced in August by Broken Arrow city and chamber of commerce officials.

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Broadcasting Legend Chris Lincoln to Team With J.V. Haney and Gil Cloud on TV Show

By TERRELL LESTER

Chris Lincoln has a simple and direct assessment of his latest television venture. “Three dumb guys sitting around talking sports.” It’s Chris Lincoln at his self-effacing best.

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Tulsa's Kendall Whittier Sees Growth

By EMILY RAMSEY

Kendall Whittier has been undergoing a rebirth over the past five years.

At the beginning of 2013, the district had 15 of its 43 available storefronts occupied—a rate of 35 percent. By the end of this year, Ed Sharrer, director of Kendall Whittier Main Street, expects the district to reach 95 percent occupancy.

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Shop Brings ‘Systers’ Together

By MEAGAN COLLINS

It’s not every day two sisters who enjoy each other’s company get to run a company together. Diana Pierson and Jane Sundgren do just that.

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Kumon Math and Reading Opens in Owasso

Kumon Math and Reading program, has expanded into Owasso with the opening of a franchised learning center at 13720 E. 86th St. N.

There are currently 12 Kumon Math and Reading centers in the state of Oklahoma, including five in the Greater Tulsa area. The first center opened in Tulsa in 2002.

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Youth Outdoor Expo to be Held Aug. 12

On Aug. 12, the Tulsa Bird Dog Association will hold its Youth Outdoor Expo, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Tulsa Gun Club—four miles east of Highway 75 on 56th Street North.

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Linde Engineering North America Inc. Achieves 1 Million Safe Hours Worked

Thanks to ongoing training and a continuous improvement, safety-minded culture, Linde Engineering North America’s (LENA) Port of Catoosa fabrication facility has successfully operated four years without a recordable safety incident or injury.

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Owasso Soccer Club Gives to Gatesway Foundation

The Owasso Soccer Club (OSC) held its annual small-sided tournament in July at the Owasso Soccer Complex, 10320 E. 116th St. N., with Gatesway Foundation as the club’s 2017 beneficiary. Gatesway is a Broken Arrow-based nonprofit that provides living and employment options for individuals with developmental disabilities. 

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Organ Recipient Competes in Games

TULSAN IN SPAIN: Karen Hoyt, left, of Tulsa, was one of two Oklahoma women who represented the state in the 30th World Transplant Games in Malaga, Spain, held June 25-July 2. Participating with her was Stephanie Baker, of Talala, Oklahoma. The World Transplant Games is a multi-sport festival for individuals who have undergone lifesaving transplant surgeries. Hoyt competed in the 5K run, cycling and 3,000 meter walk/run. More than 180 athletes from across the nation competed in the games, a competition that brings athletes from more than 60 countries. Hoyt received a liver transplant after struggling with end stage liver failure, Hepatitis C and a cancerous tumor on her liver. She participated in her first Transplant Games of America with Team Oklahoma in 2016.

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Cox Retail Store Opens on B.A.’s Hillside Drive

By EMILY RAMSEY

The latest Cox Communications store opened on July 14 in Broken Arrow at 866 E. Hillside Dr.

“Broken Arrow has not had a Cox retail presence in the city since 2012,” says store owner Ted Andress, who has been partnered with Cox since 2011.

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St. John Rehab Center Opens Aug. 1

In July, St. John Health System and HealthSouth Corporation celebrated the new Broken Arrow hospital, St. John Rehabilitation Hospital, affiliated with HealthSouth, which will open to patients on Aug. 1. The 40-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital is located at 1200 W. Albany Dr. in Broken Arrow.

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Kristin Chenoweth Holds Third Camp

By MEAGAN COLLINS

For her third-annual Broadway Bootcamp, Kristin Chenoweth returned home to Broken Arrow to train and mentor 45 students from around the country for one week in June.

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