"The state of Oklahoma has committed approximately 300 million (dollars) in non-diluted financial incentives to support our facility," Canoo CEO Tony Aquila said in an earnings call. "Approximately one-third of the incentives are anticipated to come during the first 36 months."
Emergency responders were dispatched Wednesday morning to a housing addition near the Mid-America Industrial Park for a report of an explosion and fire.
At Shangri-La Resort, we don’t normally take positions on legislative issues or urge others to support a particular position — but there is an exception this year. We urge all Oklahomans, regardless of location, to contact their state legislators and urge them to vote against House Bill 1852 by Representative Leslie Osborn, R-Mustang, and Senate Majority Leader Greg Treat, R-Edmond. The bill authorizes the sale of part or all of the Grand River Dam Authority to a private entity.
The STEM labs and career centers in Adair, Chouteau-Mazie, Locust Grove, Pryor and Salina school districts will serve to introduce students to technologies and systems in today's job market. The new investment will provide the infrastructure, curriculum and a minimum of five years of maintenance costs for the labs.
Monday, April 18 will be Terry Lamar Day in Pryor. Lamar wrote a photo-heavy book about the town's history for Arcadia Publishing.
Economic development is the intersection of innovation and opportunity. Innovation recognizes a need and perfects a product or service to meet it. Opportunity supplies the financial, material and human resources to make it happen.
Google confirmed Tulsa World news reports and announced it was building a $600 million data center, or “server farm,” on 800 acres at the Mid-America Industrial Park.
What will Tulsa look like in 2025? We examine that question elsewhere on this page.
Mayor Jimmie Tramel has led the Mayes County seat since 2003. His challenger is David Harrison, who served as fire chief for 23 years.
Under former legislator Dan Sullivan, the state-owned utility's operating revenues have grown from $411 million in 2012 to a projected $483.8 million for 2015. But in September, the GRDA agreed to pay $925,000 to settle two lawsuits against Sullivan and the agency, one alleging sexual harassment and the other alleging wrongful termination.
Google, Inc., recently announced the purchase of the former Gatorade plant adjacent to their data center outside Pryor, Okla.
Google now employs 100 people at its Pryor campus, which included 800 acres before the Gatorade plant purchase.
The plant employs 485 people in the Mid-America Industrial Park in Pryor, which has a population just less than 10,000. It builds wiring harnesses for the aerospace industry.
Dennis Goforth of Springfield, Mo., watches Terry Delk of the
Mobile International president Phillip Lieberman stands among company