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Ten People to Watch in 2017

G.T. BYNUM

Greater Tulsa Reporter featured G.T. Bynum as a Person to Watch in 2016 due to his efforts with Vision Tulsa and the Arkansas River Infrastructure Task Force.

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GTR Enters 25th Year

By FORREST CAMERON, Ph.D.

Thanks to our readers, advertisers, my family and all who have contributed in any way to the Greater Tulsa Reporter, we enter our 25th year of publication in 2017.
GTR began as a thought in 1992. Growing up in Tulsa, I loved reading the Tulsa World and Tulsa Tribune (the evening paper).

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Music, Theater, Comedy Kick Off 2017 in Greater Tulsa

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

The holidays are a reflective time when we enact family tradition and assess the year past. The new year dawns, and we are ready to embrace whatever comes next. This year we greet a new president, and wish the best for all Americans and for our global neighbors as well. I hope you can find time to blend your hard work, study, or focused-elsewhere time with engaging entertainment and fun. There is more to do, see and explore in the Tulsa area than ever before.

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Leaders Launch Mental Health Plan

Area leaders held a press conference at the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce offices recently to discuss the launch of the Tulsa Regional Mental Health Plan that is led by a steering committee made up of 16 Tulsa-area mental health care professionals, foundations and community leaders.

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Bishop Kelley Academic Bowl Team Places First Nationally

Bishop Kelley High School Academic Bowl team placed first among 155 high school teams across the country in a December online academic quiz competition.

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Victory Christian Reaches State Football Finals

By MIKE MOGUIN

Victory Christian may have not won the state championship, but making it was a big plus for a program that was expected to be in a rebuilding year since it lost excellent players Keats Calhoon and Jon-Michael Terry to graduation. Instead, the Conquerors went to the state title game for the first time in 12 years.

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Lee’s Bicycles Closes After 103 Years

By ADAM VANDERBURG

What a journey this has been growing up in this business for the last 44 years. My father bought Lee’s when it was at 51st Street and Quaker Avenue. At that time, Lee’s was selling new and used Euro bikes but mostly servicing Yahoo lawnmowers and old bicycle clunkers!

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