Owasso continues to attract commercial retailers, further adding to its growing economy.
Recent business openings include Academy Sports and Outdoors, 8959 N. Garnett Rd.; wine and art studio Paint & Barrel, 9455 N. Owasso Expressway,; It’s a Small World Daycare, 11211 N. Garnett Rd.; Owasso Foot Massage Center, 9100 N. Garnett Rd.; CB Guns & Sports, 9100 N. Garnett Rd.; Nutrition Spark, 12711 E. 86th Pl. N.; Mind and Body Essentials, 12806 E. 86th Pl. N.; and boutique Janie & Raye, 12302 E 86th St. N.Read More
The 2015 U.S. National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show and Shopping Expo will be held Oct. 23–31 at Tulsa Expo Square.
The Arabian U.S. Nationals ranks as the most prestigious North American championship in the Arabian show horse industry. Amateur and professional riders or handlers will compete in halter, native costume, reining, working cow, cutting, trail, show hack, sidesaddle, park horse, driving and much more. The A/HA/AA Amateur Limited Reined Cow and A/HA/AA Adult Western Horsemanship will be new this year and will offer a wider range of versatile classes for the Arabian horse breed.Read More
Bixby is one of the fastest-growing communities in the state of Oklahoma. At approximately 25,000 people, it is now the 18th-largest city in the state, having grown approximately 87 percent since 2000, when it was the 32nd largest city.
Bixby Public Schools continues to be credited as one substantial reason for the continued influx into Bixby.
Author’s note: This is the first in a series of looking at odd products that we wind up with, and how to reduce, reuse or recycle them in our area.Read More
After Todd Humphrey started the ornithology (study of birds) program at Jenks Freshman Academy six years ago, he knew that he wanted a small outdoor area for his students to observe birds in their natural element. “I thought that we could have an area with some bird feeders and maybe a few native plants,” he says.Read More
If everything goes according to plan, new Tulsa Oilers coach Jason Christie could become the ECHL’s all-time leader in victories sometime in November. Christie comes to town with 483 wins in his career and needs just nine more to take over the top spot.Read More
TULSA ELITE: Rylie Boone, a freshman at Edison High School, has accepted a softball scholarship and verbally committed to play softball for the University of Oklahoma. Boone, who plays travel softball for the Tulsa Elite Organization, chose Oklahoma after also being recruited by Oklahoma State, Kansas, Tulsa, South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Oregon State and many other top programs. Her brother Trevor is a senior at Tulsa Memorial High School and has committed to play baseball at Oklahoma State.Read More