Simon, a leading global retail real estate company, announces that Brow Art 23, Flip Flop Shops and ThinkGeek are now open at Woodland Hills Mall.Read More
The latest structures beginning to be constructed at A Gathering Place for Tulsa include the Boat House and the 40,000-square-foot underground warehouse that will house all park operations.Read More
Robertson Tire is joining with The Salvation Army to Do The Most Good this Christmas season. All twelve Robertson Tire locations across the metro Tulsa region are participating in the Salvation Army Christmas Stocking Drive through December 12th. Each location is accepting donations to fill Christmas Stockings for needy children. Combine a visit at Robertson Tire for auto or tire repair with bringing a child joy this Christmas by donating to the Christmas Stocking Drive.Read More
Oklahoma Heart Institute (OHI) recently became one of the first hospitals in Oklahoma to offer patients with coronary artery disease a new treatment option that literally disappears over time.Read More
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently awarded the Broken Arrow Fire Department a $1,486,320 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant to hire 11 firefighters.Read More
Bartlesville First Baptist Church celebrated its 125th year on November 13.
The beginning of Bartlesville First Baptist Church dates back to northeast Kansas and a Delaware Indian converted by a Baptist missionary. Chief Charles Journeycake, leader of the Delaware tribe, led his people from Kansas into Indian Territory (Oklahoma) in 1867. The Delaware had been displaced or removed from their land six times, had their property and livestock taken from them, and suffered numerous killings. In spite of that, he said, “We…cannot forget that the white man also brought us the blessed gospel.” With that, he settled his tribe and quickly established a church.Read More
Join with The Salvation Army to ’Do The Most Good Together” this Christmas and be a Red Kettle Bell Ringer! There are many opportunities from Nov 17-Dec 24. Kids age 6-and-up (supervised by an adult) can be Bell Ringers. It’s fun and a great way to serve our community!Read More