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Kimberly Johnson Has Long-Time Love of Libraries


Editor’s Note: Tulsa City-County Library CEO Kimberly Johnson is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue.

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Buy Broken Arrow Drawing to be Held Dec. 12

Buy Broken Arrow is nearing its close, with the last day to participate in the shop local promotion on Dec. 10.
The winning tickets will be drawn on Dec. 12. Winning ticket holders do not have to be present at the drawing to win.
Three cash prizes will be available to win: $10,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
The program not only promotes local businesses but also “opens residents’ eyes to what’s available in B.A,” says April Sailsbury, senior vice president with the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce.
She adds that merchants continue to reap rewards after the event ends. “It affects businesses year round. They get customers in the store and turn them into long-time customers.”

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Career Academy Student on Mayor’s Youth Council

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Career Academy students, like all Tulsa Tech students, work hard to succeed and, ultimately, are responsible for achieving their academic and personal goals. They are required to do the work, complete the assignments and pass the exams in order to thrive. They truly make their own path to success.

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Olga Morgan’s Accomplishments Are ‘Vydayushciysya’


The tongue-twister in the headline is Russian for “outstanding,” a word that reflects the accomplishments of a woman who came to the United States from that country and has earned a place as one of the most credentialed professionals in Oklahoma’s financial services industry.

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Hillcrest Partners with Cascia Hall for ‘Free Library’

Community leaders have joined forces with students from Cascia Hall’s Library Advisory Council to promote literacy in downtown Tulsa through the development of the area’s first Little Free Library.

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Tulsa’s Sophian Plaza a Popular Residential Choice

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

At 1502 S. Frisco Ave., Tulsa’s very first high-rise apartment building sits serenely, overlooking the Arkansas River. It was built by developer Harry J. Sophian and probably financed by his brother, Kansas City physician Dr. Al Sophian.

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Winter is an Economical Time for Tree Care


Certified Arborist Tim Nall created his tree care company in part to break away from the competition. Whereas many of the tree services in Tulsa specialize in removal, We B Trees focuses primarily on preservation.

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