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Hillcrest and BCBSOK Reach Agreement

Hillcrest HealthCare System (HHS) and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK) have reached a multi-year agreement that maintains access to BCBSOK’s PPO and HMO networks for HHS patients.

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Anna America Stays Busy Working for Tulsa

By EMILY RAMSEY

Editor’s Note: Child Abuse Network CEO and Tulsa District 7 City Councilor Anna America is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 to Watch in Greater Tulsa 2018,” as announced in its January 2018 issue.

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Lone Wolf Keeps Up with Demand in Downtown Tulsa

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Like most Tulsans, I have memories of standing in what felt like mile-long lines at the Lone Wolf Banh Mi food truck years before founders Phillip and Danielle Phillips appeared on CNBC’s Restaurant Startup and before their brick-and-mortar restaurants joined the Tulsa restaurant scene.

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Tulsa Opera 71st Season to Exemplify ‘Era of Inclusion’

By RAEGAN DOUGHARTY

Tulsa Opera returns for its 71st season, set to open in October. The opera’s 2018-2019 season is set to include three Latin American conductors, along with Lucia Lucas in the female baritone’s U.S. operatic debut. The upcoming season is intended to model the company’s “commitment to casting without regard to ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.”

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Bishop Kelley Brothers are Swimming Champions

By MIKE MOGUIN

Brothers Patrick and Jack Callan are a big part of why Bishop Kelley is successful with its swim program. They were victors in the Class 5A state swim meet in February in Edmond.

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Midtown Building is a 1960s Time Capsule

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

The building at 3202 E. 21st St. is one of the best examples of mid-century modern design in Tulsa.

Designed and built in 1962 by architect Donald Honn to be his architectural office, this structure has continuously attracted tenants from the design profession. After occupying it for a few years, Donald Honn built a new 1960s contemporary building on south Harvard and sold this one to Dick Schmitz, owner of Irving Productions.

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Mrs. Jenks Spreads Kindness

Local volunteer and educator Jessica Walter recently represented Jenks as Mrs. Jenks in competing for the title of Mrs. Oklahoma America in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Walter is the first Mrs. Jenks representative to compete in the Mrs. Oklahoma Pageant.

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BA's Rose District Named ‘Charming Main Street’

By EMILY RAMSEY

Broken Arrow’s Rose District was recently recognized by USA Today as one of 50 Charming Main Streets across the country.

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Red Dirt Music Community Loses a Legend

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

This was never the plan. 
My job is easy. At least, that’s what I thought. That’s what it’s supposed to be. I write about music. Local music that I love and want to listen to and talk about, learn more about and introduce to people.  
This month, I feel like I’m in over my head. I find myself searching for words to assign meaning to the loss our music community has suffered, and honestly, it’s beyond my expertise.

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Tulsan Samantha Isler Becomes Hollywood Star

By RAEGAN DOUGHARTY

Samantha Isler, an 18-year-old Tulsa native and resident, has been growing in popularity in Hollywood since her feature film debut in the 2013 film Home Run.  

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Residential Booms in Downtown Tulsa

By EMILY RAMSEY

Residential offerings in downtown Tulsa are in a state of constant growth, with new options seemingly always on the horizon. Two current examples are the Flats on Archer, nearing completion in the Tulsa Arts District, and the Cosmopolitan, overlooking the Arkansas River.

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Herb and Plant Fest Returns for 22nd Year

By RAEGAN DOUGHARTY

The Jenks Garden Club will host its 22nd annual Jenks Herb and Plant Festival on April 28, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., filling Main Street with greenery to attract local gardeners and tourists alike.

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Kudos of the Month: Spartan College

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is celebrating its 90th year in operation.

Established in 1928, Spartan has produced over 100,000 technicians and pilots. Trainees have included military personnel, as well as those in Spartan’s various educational programs.

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Spartan Tulsa Campus Names New President

Officials at Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology have announced the selection of Kari Pahno as the new president of Spartan College, Tulsa Campus. Pahno will be the first female president in Spartan’s 90-year history. She will oversee all operations of the aviation maintenance technology, aviation electronics technology, non-destructive testing, quality control and aviation technology management programs in Tulsa.

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ORU Commemorates the Life of Billy Graham

By RAEGAN DOUGHARTY

Reverend Billy Graham, the famous Christian evangelist who spoke at the 1967 dedication of ORU, died on Feb. 21 at the age of 99. According to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association website, his ministry included Graham’s preaching of “the Gospel to nearly 215 million people in 185 countries and territories.”

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