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FlyingTee is Open for Business

By KEN MACLEOD

FlyingTee, a golf and entertainment venue in Jenks, opened June 7.

FlyingTee, a three-story, 60-bay center, offers three restaurants, a beer garden, outdoor patios, corporate meeting rooms and suites, and the ability to host everything from a detailed practice session to a 400-person charity golf tournament.

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Special Elections to be Held June 28

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday, June 28, 2016 for the State & County Primary, State Senate District 12 Special Primary, City of Tulsa Primary, City of Jenks Special (Utility Franchise) and Liberty Public Schools Special Elections, Tulsa County Election Board Secretary Patty Bryant said today.

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Heat Advisories Move Woolaroc Outdoor Concert to Bartlesville Community Center

After much deliberation with patrons, musicians and the board of directors, OK Mozart’s Executive Director Randy Thompson decided to move the Woolaroc Outdoor Concert on Friday, June 17 at 8 p.m. to the Bartlesville Community Center (BCC). The decision was a difficult one but the safety of participants and musicians is of the utmost concern. The BCC invites those who still wish to picnic in the heat to do so in the green space near the fountain on the property. The food vendors, including Price’s Meat Market and Jeremy’s Sno Cones will be available as planned.

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Bixby Summer Meal Program Returns

Back by popular demand, Bixby Public Schools will sponsor the Summer Meal Program, created to provide nutritious and free meals to children ages 18 and younger who live in the Bixby school district during the summer months.

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Expo Square Pavilion Features Intricate Designs

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

Among the many buildings at Tulsa’s Expo Square, the Pavilion, 4145 E. 21st St., is certainly one of the more noteworthy. Perhaps it is its buff brick and beige terra cotta tile skin that makes it seem more substantial than its metal building neighbors. Most importantly, its colorful Art Deco frieze, depicting livestock, is eye-catching.
In 1932, in the early years of the Great Depression, 7,500 people attended the opening of this arena facility which was built for the Tulsa Charity Horse Show.

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Cunningham Jewelry Continues Integrity

By EMILY RAMSEY

Cunningham Fine Jewelry and Appraisal Services holds a long history in Tulsa, a history that continues to be written today.

The Cunningham family has been in business in Tulsa since 1910, says Howard Cunningham, owner of Cunningham Fine Jewelry. Both of Howard’s grandfathers came to Tulsa in 1910 and started businesses, one as a barber, the other as a grocer and butcher.

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COSTCO OPENS:

On April 21, the first Costco location in Oklahoma opened at 10220 S. Memorial Dr. The 150,000-square-foot membership warehouse includes a gas station, deli and produce departments, an optometrist, electronics, and a separate liquor store. City officials expect the large retailer’s presence will help to draw additional commercial development to Bixby.

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