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B.A. Resident Recognized for Quality Work by HBA

Broken Arrow resident Mike Fournier, founder and owner of The Sonrise Companies, was recently named the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa’s 2017 Spirit Award honoree. He received the recognition for his construction of a commercial vignette build-out for Samsung inside of a new Metro Appliances store.

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Tulsa Library Expands Offerings for Small Business Owners

As a free tool for small business owners, the Tulsa City-County Library is now offering the Gale Small Business Builder, a step-by-step online planning tool to help aspiring entrepreneurs and experienced small-business owners plan, launch, manage and grow their small businesses.

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Calling All Native American Artists for 2018 Artesian Arts Festival

Applications are now being accepted from all Native American artists for the 2018 Artesian Arts Festival, to be held Saturday, May 26, in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Artists from all federally recognized tribes are invited to apply.

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'Finding Neverland' Ticket Presales Benefit Local Food For Kids

Presale tickets for Finding Neverland went on sale Jan. 31, with $5 of every presale ticket sold locally benefiting Food For Kids. Presale tickets are available only at, using the code 4KIDS.

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Area Veterans Groups Receive Donations

On Jan. 30, Tulsa City Councilor Jeannie Cue and west Tulsa community leaders awarded proceeds from the 2017 PatriotFest to local veterans groups. The event generated $15,000 in proceeds for veteran partners.

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B.A. Begins Bond Discussions, Will Hold Public Forums in February


As 2018 gets underway, Broken Arrow residents can expect to hear much over the coming months regarding a mid-year general obligation bond issue. The vote is planned for August, says City Manager Michael Spurgeon.

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George Kaiser Family Foundation Gives to Nonprofits

George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) recently announced that it will give more than $6.7 million in social services grants to Tulsa-area nonprofit agencies. GKFF awards social services grants annually to support local organizations that are aligned with GKFF’s mission to provide equal opportunity for every child in Tulsa.

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Jenks Shop Supports ‘Lokal’ Artists


Whether cheering on one of Oklahoma’s sports teams, supporting its rich native American history or championing Oklahoma’s many positive attributes, one thing is clear, Oklahomans love their state.

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New Look for News On 6

There are new faces for the News On 6 9 p.m. newscast. Brian Dorman and Ashely Izbicki will be joining Lacey Swope for News On 6’s 9 p.m. show on Tulsa CW beginning in January.

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Little Light House Receives Joy in the Cause Gifts

Rich & Cartmill Insurance and Bonds and Joy in the Cause are dedicated to bettering the community and enriching the lives of children.

As a sponsor for Joy in the Cause, Rich & Cartmill gave away children’s books and backpacks full of toys this year to the Little Lighthouse in December. This special event also included a visit from Santa, elves, and Mavis Pearl Bulldog from Joy in the Cause. The kids were reported to have truly enjoyed their new books and visits from their favorite characters.

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Gracious Tree Donates Jackets

In January, approximately 100 students from Eugene Field Elementary received fleece jackets thanks to nonprofit organization Gracious Tree and Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.

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The Tulsa Press Club Promotes Highest Standards of Journalism

Tulsa is fortunate to host one of the top press clubs in the nation. The Tulsa Press Club, with approximately 500 members, is a vibrant organization that hosts members of the media as well as citizens of many occupations throughout greater Tulsa.

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Payton’s Grocery Enjoyed A Long History in Jenks


Fred and Callie Payton and their four children, Loretta, Homer, Junior and Betty Lou, lived in Tulsa.  

In 1936, Fred, who was employed by Mid-Continent Oil Company, leased a grocery store/station on the northwest corner of 91st Street and Highway 75 (now Union Avenue) and moved his family to live in the back of the store. 

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Stoney Creek Gives to Charities

On Dec. 2, Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center in Broken Arrow announced the winning charity of its Charity Challenge and held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration in honor of the hotel’s official opening.

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Dunkin' Donuts Opens First Tulsa Location in B.A. Dec. 19 with Free Coffee Giveaway

On Tuesday, Dec. 19, Dunkin’ Donuts will host a grand opening celebration for its first restaurant location in the greater Tulsa area located at 1101 N. Aspen Ave. in Broken Arrow.

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