Activity about and around the Arkansas River looks to be the major issue in 2015.
G.T. Bynum, District 9 city councilor and chairman of the Arkansas River Infrastructure Task Force, expects to see further progress on the issue occur throughout 2015.
The University of Tulsa’s Department of Theatre will present a staged reading of the Oklahoma premiere of Lee Blessing’s The Hourglass Project.Read More
Bill Warren has bet over $40 million that his new movie palace, located near 121st Street and Aspen Avenue in Broken Arrow, will be the go-to theater in the Tulsa area. Emphasizing luxury at every turn, the moviegoer is expected to bypass nearer theaters showing the same film for the sheer joy of seeing it at the Warren Theatre.Read More
There’s good reason for fans of the outdoor life in eastern Oklahoma to have already circled Feb. 2-8 on their calendars.
Whether they’re boaters, RV enthusiasts or want to be, this is the time of the year that the Tulsa Boat Sport & Travel Show comes to town.Read More
The City of Bixby is looking to 2015 as a year for commercial expansion, additional steps toward water in the Arkansas River and continued home construction.Read More
St. John Health System has announced plans for a comprehensive outpatient cancer care center to be built on the St. John Broken Arrow campus, 1000 W. Boise Circle. The facility will be designed as a stand-alone, state-of-the-art outpatient facility providing convenient cancer treatment services to patients in eastern Oklahoma.Read More
The two finalists to lead the Tulsa Public Schools System after longtime Superintendent Keith Ballard retires this summer spent time meeting and interacting with various constituents of the district on Saturday. The TPS board then convened to share observations and discuss next steps.Read More