The University of Tulsa Vice President and Director of Athletics Dr. Derrick Gragg introduced Philip Montgomery as the school’s 29th head football coach at a press conference on the TU campus Dec. 15.Read More
Anna America decided to actively address issues where she lives in the greatest way possible: by running for District 7 city councilor, a position that she won in November, defeating incumbent Arianna Moore.Read More
Citizens from the Tulsa area shared hope with families in need by delivering waiting room survival kits to families in 14 Tulsa-area hospitals on Dec. 4. Hospitality House of Tulsa, located at 1135 S. Victor Ave., kicked off its annual Night of Hospitality with a musically-synchronized light show, holiday treats and a visit from Santa.Read More
Bill Warren has bet over $40 million that his new movie palace, located near 121st Street and Aspen Avenue in Broken Arrow, will be the go-to theater in the Tulsa area. Emphasizing luxury at every turn, the moviegoer is expected to bypass nearer theaters showing the same film for the sheer joy of seeing it at the Warren Theatre.Read More
Dr. Gary Trennepohl, ONEOK chair in finance and regents service professor, retires at the end of 2014 following a 37-year academic career that includes a decade as Oklahoma State University-Tulsa’s first president and appointments at five major universities in four states.Read More
Activity about and around the Arkansas River looks to be the major issue in 2015.
G.T. Bynum, District 9 city councilor and chairman of the Arkansas River Infrastructure Task Force, expects to see further progress on the issue occur throughout 2015.
Nancy Hermann, director of marketing at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, received the Governor’s Media in the Arts Award during the 39th annual Governor’s Arts Awards for Excellence in the Arts. The event was held in the Fourth Floor Rotunda at the State Capitol of Oklahoma Dec. 4.Read More