Tulsa, OK – Tulsa holds a summit to bring people of different generations together. Baby Boomers, Generation X-er's, teenagers and others attended the Across the Generations Summit. Keynote speaker Susan Bosak with the Legacy Project says some fundamental changes are needed to deal with the graying population'
Organizers say it's the first summit of its' kind in the nation.
Tulsa, OK – Even in rocky economic times, people seem willing to spend at the Tulsa State Fair. Expo Square board chairman Karen Keith says the weather cooperated and attendance and sales were very good
All the work and upgrades on the fairgrounds are now completed, and Keith says that's also contributed to high attendance the past couple of years. Official number should be released some time today.
Tahlequah, OK – TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) Challenger Bill John Baker has an early lead over former Principal Chief Chad Smith in early returns in the Cherokee Nation election.
The tribe's Election Commission says Baker led early Sunday afternoon by a margin of 61 percent to 39 percent.
The commission says it has tallied returns from Sept. 24 precinct voting and walk-in voting at the tribe's election office in Tahlequah. Pending are far-flung at-large votes cast in up to 12,000 absentee ballots.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Changes are afoot in the Oklahoma City grocery market and a longtime member of the industry says the key to success is understanding shifts in consumer habits.
J.B. Pratt started selling organic, locally grown produce a decade ago. With Whole Foods to open in the coming week and Sunflower Mart having opened two weeks ago, the changes mark the culmination of a trend Pratt saw coming.