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Tulsa Bike Share to Put City on the Cutting Edge

By EMILY RAMSEY

Editor’s Note: Daniel Sperle, executive director of Tulsa Bike Share, is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue. GTR was the first news group in greater Tulsa to introduce “10 People to Watch,” which launched in January 2009.

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TCC to Offer Drone Training Course in April

With the growing popularity of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commonly known as drones, Tulsa Community College is offering a pilot training program. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the complexity and evolving Federal Aviation Administration Part 107 rules and regulations for small UAS operators as well as hands-on flight training.

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Ludger’s Catering Continues Enduring Legacy of Founder

By EMILY RAMSEY

Ludger’s Catering, a Tulsa-based company that flourished for over 25 years under the ownership of founder and chef Ludger Schulz, continues to see growth under the helm of current owners Scott and Megan Sherrill.

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April Filled With Epic Stories, Music at Tulsa PAC

Special from the PAC

Spring is here, and with it the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is excited to welcome new and familiar entertainment to T-Town. Here’s a look at what’s in store for the month.

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Success Parallels Union’s Rudy Garcia

By TERRELL LESTER
Back in 1995, Rudy Garcia found himself at a crossroads. He was facing a decision that would define his career. Would he coach basketball? Would he coach baseball?

The athletics director at Union High School, Benny Dixon, left the resolution in Garcia’s hands.

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Beacon Building Remains with Ownership Changes

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

When I was in grade school, I received a weekly allowance of 75 cents. I supplemented this princely sum by washing the neighbors’ cars and other odd jobs. On a good month, I pulled in $6. In the 1950s, this was big money.

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CANdlelight Ball Provides Strong Support to CAN

By EMILY RAMSEY

On April 21, the Child Abuse Network will hold its fifth annual CANdlelight Ball, the nonprofit’s primary fundraising event, an event that proves more necessary each year as the demand for CAN’s services continues to grow, notes event co-chair and board president-elect Cari Marshall.

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