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Ten People to Watch in 2015 See Pages 4 5 Volume 19 January 2015 www.gtrnews.com IN THIS ISSUE VAR I E T Y BYNUM HOPES FOR RIVER PROGRESS Bond Vote Feb. 10 Tulsa Public Schools has announced it

Page 2 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 GTR Newspapers Ok lah om as Largest Mon t hly N ew s Group

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 3 Families in Medical Crisis Receive Hope and Hospitality Contents January 2015 CIVICS Public Safety Proposal Extends Vision 2025 Tax By Mayor De

Page 4 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 10 PEOPLE TO WATCH IN 2015 ANNA AMERICA Anna America defeated incumbent Arianna Moore in the Nov. 4 city councilor elections for the District

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 5 10 PEOPLE TO WATCH IN 2015 FRANK HAITH Frank Haith became The University of Tulsas 30th head basketball coach on April 18, 2014. Haiths tenure

Page 6 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 Public Safety Proposal Extends Vision 2025 Tax In the first month of 2015, when ally, allowing us to hire more many of us focus on setting our

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 7 GTR Newspapers Ok lah om as Largest Mon t hly N ew s Group

Page 8 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 VARIETY Broadways Once Headlines a Packed January at the PAC My friend the late Larry Payton, people will like. More than 30 memfounder of Cel

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 9 Nancy Hermann Honored for Excellence PAC Marketing Director Receives Governors Media in the Arts Award Nancy Hermann, director of marketing at

Page 10 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 Library Offerings Remain Current, Diverse The winter is always when I the Universal Language, want to curl up with a project, be explored Patc

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 11 Warren Theatre a Modern Movie Showplace B.A. Gem Follows Former Tulsa Movie Palaces By DAVID JONES Editor at Large Bill Warren has bet over 40

Page 12 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 HEALTH WELLNESS Trainer Offers PostHoliday Tips, Discusses New Gym By EMILY RAMSEY Managing Editor Its hard to miss the mural that recently

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 13 OSUCHS Researchers Receive Presidents Cup Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences researchers were honored with first and second

Page 14 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 EDUCATION Former OSUTulsa President Trennepohl Retires OSUTulsas First President Leaves Legacy After 37Year Academic Career Dr. Gary Trennepo

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 15 EMT Returns to Alma Mater as Instructor After Joshua Krumm finished high The work environment associated school, his plan was simple attend wi

Page 16 MIDTOWN MONITOR January 2015 LOCAL NEWS Edison Breaks Ground Smart Start Bond NEW COLLEGIATE CENTER Tulsa Public School officials, including TPS Superintendent Keith Ballard and board memb

January 2015 MIDTOWN MONITOR Page 17 MIDTOWN SPORTS BOOKER T. WASHINGTON ATHLETES COMMIT Photos by EMILY RAMSEY for GTR Newspapers SIGNING DAY In November, four student athletes from Booker T. Wa

Page 18 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 SPORTS Oilers Goalie Kevin Carr Has Lofty Goals By GLENN HIBDON GTR Sports Writer Kevin Carr is a man on a mission. He has a simple plan. All

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 19 TU Football Goes Offensive with Montgomery New Coach Spent Past Seven Seasons As the Baylor Offensive Coordinator The University of Tulsa Vice

Page 20 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 59th Tulsa Boat Show is Feb. 28 Theres good reason for fans of the outdoor life in eastern Oklahoma to have already circled Feb. 28 on their c

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 21 GTR 2014 COMPOSITE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE Aug. 28 Aug. 29 Aug. 30 Sept. 5 VISITOR HOME Tulane 31 Tulsa 38 OKC Casady 33 Holland Hall 7 Louisia

Page 22 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 THE ECONOMY Mark Abels of Selco Lives on Tulsa Time By TERRELL LESTER Editor at Large Just ask Mark Abels. Its about time. Time to remember.

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 23 OSUIT Watchmaking Graduates Hired Worldwide The School of Watchmaking, one of the oldest and unique programs at OSU Institute of Technology in

Page 24 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 First National Bank President to Retire John L. Herndon brought a 42year banking career to a close on Dec. 29 when he officially retired as pr

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 25 BUSINESS PEOPLE NOTES The First National Bank Trust Co. of Broken Arrow continues to expand its credit administration capabilities with CREI

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January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 27 Brothers and Company Celebrates 40 Years Fullservice advertising agency Brothers Company celebrated 40 years in December. In the face of a fa

Page 28 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 Tulsa Tennis Club Maintains Popularity In the heart of one of Tulsas most afflu known to be very kind to players joints ent neighborhoods, a s

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 29 Individuals Honored as 2015 Icons for OSU in Tulsa Oklahoma State UniversityTulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences will honor four individua

Page 30 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS January 2015 Organization Helps Whittier, Field Neighborhoods By EMILY RAMSEY Managing Editor Community selfsufficiency through collaborative efforts that

January 2015 GREATER TULSA REPORTER NEWSPAPERS Page 31 ONB BANK GTR COMMUNITY CALENDAR DEC. 28 TO JAN. 31 Best Wishes for 2015 from Your Friends at GTR Newspapers SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Page 32 MIDTOWN MONITOR January 2015 AREA NEWS TPS, Food Bank Receive Grant In December, Sodexo Foundation and Sodexo at Tulsa Public Schools presented the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma

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