Spears and Leadership Tulsa are joining forces to put on the first Women’s Leadership Summit, set for April 3 at the Hardesty Leadership Center at the Girl Scouts of Oklahoma, 4810 S. 129th East Ave.
Businesses in the Kendall Whittier District and the Route 66 Main Street programs are among the nominees for Oklahoma Main Street Center’s Main Street Awards Banquet May 8 in Oklahoma City.
- Law Day activities begin April 11
- Newsmaker: Hall Estill merger to be complete April 2
- Newsmaker: Crowe & Dunlevy attorney Michael Laird wins Governor’s Arts award
- Legal Cartoon: While you're at it....
- Newsmaker: 2 graduate from commercial lending school
- Newsmaker: Gatesway’s Community Resource Night Thursday
- Newsmaker: AAON officer Sam Neale announces resignation
- Newsmaker: Bar Foundation Golf Tournament May 7
Trust members rejected bids for a new automated secure exit door at Concourse A after the lowest of two bids for the revolving door was more than $53,000 greater than the estimated cost of $320,000.
The developer, which bought Emerald Falls in the fall, is resurrecting the roughly 320 acres solely as a single-family development with a park-like setting.
Wendy Williams and Rickesha Clark recently celebrated the one-year anniversary Anew Direction Healthcare Training at their office in the Greenwood District.