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On The Street: After Total Loss, Joe and Cindy Keough Plan to Reopen Wranglers BBQ


Joe Keough can’t remember the last time he and wife Cindy took a vacation. Four years? Five years? More? Together, they have operated Wranglers B-B-Q for 26 years. They close on Sundays. They work six days a week. Or, until mid-April they did, anyway. That’s when an early-morning fire on April 12 gutted the little eatery at 7915 E. 71st St. “A total loss,” Joe Keough said, sizing up the interior. The outside, he said, is “structurally sound.”

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Councilor Works For Retail Revitalization


On April 17, District 7 City Councilor Anna America took local city and business representatives on a tour of her district’s business corridors. Those taking the tour included city planners, business and real estate professionals, INCOG representatives and individuals from the Tulsa Regional Chamber.

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City Year Tulsa Features Joy Hofmeister

City Year Tulsa, an education-focused organization that unites young adults for a year of service in high-need urban public schools, hosted its inaugural Women’s Leadership Luncheon on April 21 at the Tulsa Garden Center. The event is a celebration of City Year Tulsa AmeriCorps members who serve on a daily basis as tutors, mentors and role models for students in Tulsa’s highest need public schools.

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Spavinaw Waterline Part IV: Concrete Conduit to Tulsa’s Future


Editor’s Note: This is the fourth article in a multi-part series focusing on monumental moments and events in the history of Tulsa and the many unique individuals making up the city’s illustrious legacy. The editors of GTR Newspapers wish to thank Tulsa Historical Society & Museum for research assistance, help in factual verification and the use of many of the marvelous photos accompanying these articles.

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Performance Season Turns on the Heat


I would tell you that this year’s performance season is winding down, but if you saw our May and June calendars, you’d know differently. May leads off with “A Devil Inside,” April 30 and May 1. It’s a dark comedy by David Lindsey-Abaire, performed by Riverside Country Day School’s older students, and is recommended for mature audiences. I really like that the PAC is affordable for schools and that aspiring, young actors can have an opportunity to try out their talents on our stages.

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CTCA Volunteer of the Year Spreads Joy


The saying goes, “We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” That saying embodies the words and actions of Loretta Brunetti.

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School, City Officials Announce Aerospace Academy

In April, Mayor Dewey Bartlett along with Tulsa Tech Superintendent Dr. Steve Tiger and Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard announced the launch of the Tulsa Tech Aerospace Academy for area high school students that will begin this fall at the Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus.

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