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Gathering Place Announces Executive Chef

The Gathering Place will be known for its world-class designs, attractions and never-before-seen programming. The Park is also working to create a culinary experience as one of the must-do engagements for park guests. The task of delivering this culinary experience will largely depend on the menu selection and skill of its recently appointed Executive Chef Kirk Swaby.

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Journalist David L. Jones of the Tulsa Tribune Family will be Missed, Remembered

David Lloyd Jones, a member of the iconic Tulsa Tribune family, died Monday, May 14, at St. Francis Hospital following complications from leukemia. He was 79.
David was the son of longtime Tribune editor and publisher Jenkin Lloyd Jones and Juanita Carlson Lloyd Jones.

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Wealaka Presents Bronze Medal to Bixby Cadet

The Wealaka Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution was pleased to present a bronze medal to deserving cadet SSgt Kylie Ishmael at the Bixby High School Marine Corps JROTC 2018 Awards Ceremony. 

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Owasso Sailor Stays Busy in the Pacific

Boatswain’s Mate 3rd Class Chris Bishop from Owasso, communicates between the bridge and the mooring stations using a sound-powered telephone aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) as the ship arrives at White Beach Naval Facility for a scheduled port visit. Bonhomme Richard is operating in the Indo-Pacific region as part of a regularly scheduled patrol and provides a rapid-response capability in the event of a regional contingency or natural disaster. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Zachary DiPadova.)

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Sophie Arroyo Crowned Miss Rooster Days

Rooster Days, the oldest festival in Oklahoma, was highlighted this year with the naming of Sophie Arroyo as Miss Rooster Days. She succeeds last year’s Miss Rooster Days, Riley Savala.

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Raska’s Business and Reputation Keep Growing

By BOB LEWIS

As it moves ahead into yet another year of operation, a landmark Broken Arrow business just keeps growing… literally.

Charles E. Raska, along with his wife and partner Shirley, founded the operation in 1953 to provide lawnmowing and landscape services, primarily to homes and businesses in Tulsa. Expansion came in the mid-1960s with the opening of Raska’s Nursery at 824 S. Main St. in Broken Arrow.

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Assistance League of Tulsa Opens New Facility 

One of Tulsa’s most cherished non-profits, The Assistance League Tulsa (ALT), has moved to a new facility on 31st Street between Yale and Sheridan Avenues.

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Route 66 Auto Museum Dedicates 66-Foot Gas Pump

HEART OF ROUTE 66: The Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum will officially dedicated its 66-foot tall visible gas pump May 11. The huge award winning project, which took nearly two years to fully complete, is now a shining beacon attracting visitors to the museum. Present at the ceremony are, from left, State Representative Kyle Hilbert, State Senator James Leewirght, Museum Founder and President Richard Holmes, Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb and State Representative Mark Lawson.
  “We are extremely grateful to American Heritage Bank for their contribution to this huge monument. Without them, we would never have been able to build it,” said Richard Holmes, founder and president of the not-for-profit museum. “That gas pump is one-of-a kind. There is nothing like it anywhere in the world and we are really proud of it.”

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Saint Simeon’s to Hold ‘Western Days’ Fundraiser

For 22 years, donors have generously supported Saint Simeon’s, Tulsa’s Senior Community, through the Western Days annual fundraiser. Saint Simeon’s is excited to announce that Western Days 2018: Wear Your Boots to Celebrate Our Roots will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at Cox Business Center in Tulsa.

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Women in Recovery Partners with Tulsa Artist Fellowship to Celebrate 23rd Graduating Class

Women in Recovery partnered with the Tulsa Artist Fellowship for its 23rd graduating class ceremony. Twenty-four women graduated at the March 27 ceremony, while a total of 28 women were awarded their well-earned certificates of completion distributed by District Court Judge Kelly Greenough.

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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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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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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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