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Winter is an Economical Time for Tree Care


Certified Arborist Tim Nall created his tree care company in part to break away from the competition. Whereas many of the tree services in Tulsa specialize in removal, We B Trees focuses primarily on preservation.

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Joe Robson Honored by Home Builders

Tulsa-based builder and developer Joe Robson has received the National Housing Center’s 2017 Exemplary Service to Home Building Award. Robson served on the leadership team of the National Association of Home Builders’ Board of Directors for five years and was NAHB Chairman in 2009.

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Tulsa History: Why Downtown’s Streets Are Skewed


Ever notice how all those downtown streets encapsulated in the inner dispersal loop are slanted precisely 34-degrees off true north? Why are they skewed compared to the rest of Greater Tulsa? To understand, one needs to go back to when Green Country was an uninterrupted expanse of plush prairie grasses and hardwood forest.

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Tulsa’s Sophian Plaza a Popular Residential Choice

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

At 1502 S. Frisco Ave., Tulsa’s very first high-rise apartment building sits serenely, overlooking the Arkansas River. It was built by developer Harry J. Sophian and probably financed by his brother, Kansas City physician Dr. Al Sophian.

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Business and People Notes November 2017

Schnake Turnbo Frank, a strategic communications and management consulting firm with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, has announced the recent election of Steve Turnbo as chairman of the Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC), effective immediately.

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Development, Sense of Place Unite in Rose District

Out & About in Greater Tulsa by EMILY RAMSEY

I moved from Broken Arrow to downtown Tulsa five years ago.

This was my first time living in a bustling area that afforded me various recreational and entertainment opportunities just beyond my doorstep.

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New Leadership at Tulsa Spine & Specialty Hospital

With the retirement of Terry Woodbeck, chief executive officer of Tulsa Spine & Specialty Hospital (TSSH), a part of Hillcrest HealthCare System, at the end of the year, Trent Gastineau, TSSH’s current chief operating officer, will assume the CEO role.

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Senior Star Announces Internal Changes

Senior Star Management Company recently announced the promotion of Anja M. Rogers to chief executive officer. Previously chief operating officer, Rogers now leads the company’s customer-focused team in its ongoing mission to provide a community lifestyle that inspires people to embrace senior living.

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Gateways to Growth to Promote Immigrant Integration

From Tulsa's Mayor By G.T. BYNUM

As your Mayor, I recognize that Tulsa’s greatest assets are our people. For the past few decades, a growing number of people from different countries are choosing to call Tulsa their home.

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Tulsa County Elected Officials Working for Constituents


Last month, all eight Tulsa County elected officials hosted a legislative luncheon for the State Representatives and Senators who represent some portion of Tulsa County.

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TU's Echo Theater Company Premiers New Play by Tulsa Playwright Ilan Kozlowski

Echo Theater Company at the University of Tulsa will stage the premier of Tulsa-based award-winning screenwriter and playwright Ilan Kozlowski.

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Funds for Teachers Grant Information Session to be Held Nov. 14

An information session will be held Nov. 14 at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center at 5:30 p.m. for Oklahoma pre-K-12th grade teachers who are seeking information on applying for Fund for Teachers grants.

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Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma's Giving Spirits Returns Oct. 27

The fourth annual Giving Spirits, to benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, returns Friday, Oct. 27, at Cain’s Ballroom in downtown Tulsa.

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Cleaning Up Our Recycling Bins A High Priority for Tulsa

Trash Talk by BETH TURNER

In 2012, the City of Tulsa provided citywide single-dwelling curbside recycling free of charge and a choice of small to large trash bins at increasing prices. From then to today, homeowners have been able to reduce their trash waste and cost, thanks to the easy-to-use recycling system. But as interest in recycling increases, so do contamination levels. Meaning, once people see how much of our trash can be recycled it feels like everything should be able to be recycled!

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Entertainment Is Your Ticket to Happiness


Are you on a quest for health and happiness? A current issue of “Time” magazine carried an article titled “New Ways to Become Happier — and Healthier.” Among the suggested approaches for feeling better fast, without a drastic revamp of your life, is to attend events. “People get more joy from experiences than things, and many memories sweeten with time,” advised the article. I couldn’t agree more.

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