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B.A. Teacher is State Teacher of the Year

By EMILY RAMSEY

In September, Broken Arrow 2017 District Teacher of the Year Donna Gradel was named the Oklahoma 2018 Teacher of the Year.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister said that Gradel’s commitment to teaching has translated into positive change well beyond the Broken Arrow district.

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Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma's Giving Spirits Returns Oct. 27

The fourth annual Giving Spirits, to benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, returns Friday, Oct. 27, at Cain’s Ballroom in downtown Tulsa.

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Hargrove-Marker Brings Ministry of Service to Jenks

By EMILY RAMSEY

Jenks native Ken Hargrove and Mike Marker opened Hargrove-Marker Funeral & Cremation Services, 815 W. Main St., last year in order to fill an unmet need in the city of Jenks and to carry on their mission of service.

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Tulsa’s First Friday Art Crawl Holds Onto Popularity

Out & About in Greater Tulsa by EMILY RAMSEY

In September, I attended my first First Friday Art Crawl in a long time.

I am embarrassed to relate how long it actually has been, so I will leave that a mystery.

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Minor League Basketball Plans for Area Return

By GLENN HIBDON

Minor league professional basketball will try to take root in the Tulsa area once more when the Tulsa Titans are born for the 2017-18 season.

 A member of the American Basketball Association, the semi-pro Titans will try and succeed where the Tulsa Fast Breakers, Zone, 66ers and Twisters failed. The brainchild of Claremore businessman Mike Muhle, the team will play in a new facility with a first-year head coach and a burning desire for a positive future.

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Entertainment Is Your Ticket to Happiness

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Are you on a quest for health and happiness? A current issue of “Time” magazine carried an article titled “New Ways to Become Happier — and Healthier.” Among the suggested approaches for feeling better fast, without a drastic revamp of your life, is to attend events. “People get more joy from experiences than things, and many memories sweeten with time,” advised the article. I couldn’t agree more.

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TCC Vision Dinner Sets Fundraising Record

The 2017 Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner set a fundraising record as the evening honored Alison Anthony, the newly named chief operating officer of the Tulsa Area United Way. In addition to honoring Anthony, the event also marked the 10th anniversary of Tulsa Achieves, a program that serves as a nationwide model for public higher education.

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