GTR Newspapers Celebrates 20 Years

FIRST GTR PAPER: The February 1993 Union Boundary was the first GTR Newspaper.

Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers is celebrating 20 years of publishing in 2013. Everyone at thanks the readers and advertisers for a successful first two decades!
The first publication was the Union Boundary with the February 1993 issue. The Union Boundary is targeted to residents and businesses in the Union School District and was founded because at that time Union did not have a newspaper.

The company continued to grow in its early years, and five more versions were established, including the Tulsa Free Press (now named the Midtown Monitor) and the Jenks Gazette (now named the Jenks District Gazette) in 1995, the Broken Arrow Express and the Owasso Rambler in 1998, and the Bixby Breeze in 2002. The company’s website,, was established in 1996.

The mission of the Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers is to provide metropolitan Tulsa-area readers and advertisers with interesting targeted local news and information at reasonable advertising rates and produced by professional writers, editors and graphic artists.

The company was founded by D. Forrest Cameron who continues as the editor and publisher. Sharon T. Cameron serves as the co-publisher.

The February issues and issues throughout 2013 will have information about the history of the company, past articles and other historical information.
Thank you, Greater Tulsa! We love you!

Updated 12-29-2012

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