Kudos of the Month: GTR Contributors
Thank you, Greater Tulsa Reporter readers, advertisers and staff, and all those that have made it possible for giving Greater Tulsa Reporter 30 years of publishing events in greatert Tulsa. It has been an honor as well as a fun time to be part of the happenings of the greater Tulsa area.
GTR has been special with the publishing of many events, including the educational accomplishments of students in the target areas in both the public and private school sectors, and with coverage of civics events, variety, health and wellness, sports, the economy and other areas.
Talented writing and editing contributors have made the coverage possible, including Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum, Tulsa County Commissioner Ron Peters, Contributing Editors Terrell Lester and Bob Lewis, Show Buzz writer Nancy Hermann, Art Director Bryan Cantrell, Tulsa Tech Superintendent Dr. Steve Tiger, sports writer Mike Moguin, On Architecture columnist Roger Coffey, National Energy Talk columnist Mark Stansberry and many more, including Jim Holland of Nowata Printing Company.
Most importantly, Kudos go to GTR Co-Publisher Sharon Cameron who has made the 30 years possible. GTR began publishing in 1993 with the Union Boundary and added the Midtown Monitor (originally named the Tulsa Free Press) and Jenks District Gazette in 1995, the Owasso Rambler in 1998, the Broken Arrow Express in 1999 and the Bixby Breeze in 2002 and went online in 1996 at gtrnews.com.
Thank you again Greater Tulsa for 30 years!!!!