Every city is home to a surplus of large chain retailers, which bring in the majority of the city’s sales tax revenue. Owasso is no exception.Read More
In the late 1920s, Boston Avenue Methodist Church owned a substantial church building at the southeast corner of 5th Street and Boston Avenue. When this church announced its plan to build a new facility on the edge of downtown at 13th and Boston, local oil magnate Waite Phillips saw an opportunity to enhance his Philtower Building and the surrounding office district. He bought the church building and planned a nine-story office structure in its place, which he called the Philcade Building. Phillips hired Okmulgee architect Leon Senter to provide the design. Senter moved to Tulsa during the project and for many years was one of our leading architects.Read More
Union High School’s Renegade Regiment just completed another successful marching band season, recently returning from Bands of America’s Grand National Championships, held in Indianapolis, Ind., where it placed 11th in final competition.
The Regiment has made 10 Grand National finals appearances since 1981.
Tulsa’s skyline became a little brighter Nov. 4 as Oklahoma State University-Tulsa hosted a dedication and lights-on ceremony for the new Signature Gateway, located on Standpipe Hill between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Detroit Avenue.Read More
In November, the Tulsa Sports Commission announced the formation of an initiative focused on empowering women and girls through sports and fitness in the Tulsa area.Read More
“People just assume their insurance is going to increase,” says Jason Davis, who opened American Founders Insurance in 2011.
“But it’s worth looking around,” he continues, noting various factors that oftentimes cause rate increases that are entirely unrelated to the policy holder.Read More
Every year, in November, the Salvation Army begins its Red Kettle Campaign to provide food and gifts for local families during the holiday season.Read More