Owasso Reporter Editor Art Haddaway
Art is a seasoned reporter of over 15 years with an extended background in writing and editing for a variety of publications and organizations.
See images of Collinsville Chamber’s Ring in Spring vendor and food truck event held at the Veterans Community Center Thursday night.
The state of Owasso’s economy has remained steady over the last 12 months despite ongoing challenges due to the coronavirus.
The addition of the vehicles comes a few weeks after Owasso PD swore in seven new officers, marking a 10% increase to the local force, and will accommodate its recent expansion of personnel.
Ruttman received the most nods from Tulsa County voters in Tuesday’s runoff election, pulling in 612 votes, or 54% of the tally, against her opponent Rick Lang’s 507, or 45%, according to unofficial results by the Oklahoma Election Board.
For local brewmaster Donnie Eldridge, crafting new beers is more than just a matter of taste — it’s a testament to his patriotism.
The event will take place on two separate evenings at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks at the end of May. The junior prom will be held on May 28 and the senior prom on May 29.
Several hungry residents gathered at Redbud Festival Park to celebrate the City of Owasso’s first Tuesday Food Truck Frenzy of the season on April 6.
See photos of Owasso’s first Tuesday Food Truck Frenzy of the season at Redbud Festival Park in downtown on April 6.