A flying beaver and baby bee will be special guests at this year’s Gatesway Balloon Festival, to be held Sept. 19-20 at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs in Claremore.Read More
Five years ago, when I visited Portland, Ore., for the first time, I remember my friend taking me by a parking lot filled with food trucks and thinking, well, I don’t remember thinking much of anything except, Hmm, that’s different. The food truck movement had yet to hit my hometown so ordering my food from a mobile mechanism was not yet much in my realm of consciousness.Read More
Editor’s Note: The is the second article in a series about a family’s education venture from Tulsa to Washington, D,C. and places found in between.Read More
Tulsans are fortunate to have a river running through this community that connects us to the north, south, east and west parts of town. By developing the river, we can create value for all communities within the city and our entire region that’s potentially a win-win for all.Read More
The popular steakhouse is owned by Tulsa native Monte Hough and Jim Ingram, who have been in the restaurant business since 1993 with several restaurants in Texas such as Kirby’s Prime Steakhouse, Woodfire by Kirby’s and Nickel & Rye. In 2000, they opened Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse in the Bricktown district of Oklahoma City, and has since become a prime restaurant destination for the area.Read More
The Cherokee Nation and the University of Tulsa are conducting a three-year study to determine whether minor changes at home and school can reduce asthma among Cherokee children.Read More
Gene Shell never was a man to give up. To surrender. To quit.
Not in the game of baseball. Not in the game of life. Not in a wartime foxhole.
Gene Shell is a fighter. A scrapper. Always has been.