June 7 is opening day for Flying Tee, a golf and entertainment venue in Jenks.
FlyingTee, a three-story, 60-bay center, will offer 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.
The Tulsa Regional Chamber hosted its 15th annual State of Education May 9 at the Doubletree Downtown Hotel. This year’s luncheon featured presentations from Dr. Deborah Gist, superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools; Dr. Steve Tiger, superintendent and CEO of Tulsa Tech; and Dr. Steve Turner, president of Northeastern State University.Read More
On Apr. 22, Tulsa Community College administrators and community leaders celebrated the opening of TCC’s Riverside Community Campus and Aviation Center, at the Richard L. Jones, Jr. Airport in Jenks.Read More
Six years ago, when Alisa Inglett opened Your Design, her art and framing store on Broken Arrow’s Main Street, just like downtown Broken Arrow which was not yet the Rose District, Inglett’s mission for her store had yet to be realized.Read More
After more than two years of phased construction, officials at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa formally dedicated their nearly $12 million dock renovation project May 10. It is estimated that 800 national, regional and city officials, industry leaders, employees and their family members attended the event. Featured speakers for the dedication ceremony were Chip Jaenichen, administrator for United States Maritime Administration; Gary Ridley, Oklahoma secretary of transportation; Michael Patterson, executive director for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation; and Bob Portiss, port director of the City of Tulsa-Rogers County Port Authority.Read More
SummerStage, the PAC’s annual theatre festival, lights up June in our Williams, Doenges, LaFortune and Norman Theatres, where an intimate experience, close to the action, is guaranteed. Enjoy 17 different events and a choice of 40 performances during SummerStage 2016, but that’s not all. Chapman Music Hall is slated for three big shows.Read More
Don King’s voice has been synonymous with high school athletics for so long that it is difficult to remember a time without it.
A decade ago? Two decades? Three?