Rain couldn’t stop Webco Industries’ 50th anniversary celebration October 5 at Case Community Park.
The City of Owasso is gearing up to host its 15th annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 12.
About a hundred boats floated the Arkansas River September 2 for the fifth-annual revival of Tulsa’s Great Raft Race.
The creativity of food truck chefs in Tulsa is at an all-time high.
The splash park will be open every day through September, weather permitting. Admission is free.
Registration is open for the Great Raft Race and this year, organizers plan to donate some of the money raised from the registration fees to River Parks and entities in Sand Springs affected by the recent floods.
It’s almost time for the Cheers and Gears Auto Show.
Chillin’ and Grillin’ will be back this year in a new location.
Meet Jim Moseby, co-owner at Promoz Screen Printing, who answers 20 fun questions about his life and career.
Bryanna Swan cried tears of joy and thanked for family for their support and for dragging her around to singing competitions and performances …
Several updates have gone into effect given the growing popularity of food trucks in Owasso, and as such, the increasing number of permits issued by the City every year.
After days of incessant rainfall, locals finally caught a break from the wet weather Saturday, just in time to enjoy Owasso’s 2018 Harvest Festival under clear skies.
There will be plenty for families to do for the holidays in Sand Springs this year.
The Sand Springs Small Business Coalition is planning for the second annual Christmas tree lighting and has some help this year from the Sand Springs Home.
This year’s Post Oak Wine and Jazz Festival featured notable musicians including Grady Nichols and Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer.
The Tulsa Boys’ Home is gearing up to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
Labor Day in Sand Springs means one thing—Tulsa’s Great Raft Race is back for the fourth year of its revival on the Arkansas River.
There was no shortage of locals who lined Main Street Thursday to visit area vendors, grab some grub and take part in the evening’s many activities in its fifth year running.
The City of Owasso’s 16th annual Red, White and BOOM fireworks display on Wednesday, July 4 proved to be a patriotic spectacle.
The Blue Dome Arts Festival has proven to be the little art festival that could.
Tulsa County District 2 Chief Deputy County Commissioner John Fothergill is preparing to help with the fourth-annual Route 66 PatriotFest event.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up to host its first outdoor movie at Case Community Park May 11 as part of their Friday Flicks movie series. The movies will reportedly be shown on perhaps the largest outdoor movie screen in the state at the new Case Community Park.