What is the Purpose Behind PLANiTULSA? Why Tulsans Should Care…

The goal of PLANiTULSA is to develop a comprehensive plan for growth so that Tulsa can attract young skilled workers during the upcoming labor crisis.  Tulsa will be in competition with other cities for educated skilled workers. Tulsa’s population is declining. The City of Tulsa was first incorporated in 1898.  It grew substantially with the oil boom […]

Read More

Mass Transit Will Help Tulsa Attract and Retain Young Adults

The development of a mass transit system with light rail and Bus Rapid Transit (BRTs) will help Tulsa attract and retain young adults. At the today’s PLANiTULSA session at the BOk Center a majority of the tables who presented their findings emphasized the importance of a mass transit system for attracting and retaining young adults, much needed for […]

Read More

What is Driving Muskogee’s Economy? Congratulations, Muskogee, You Are Booming!

What is driving Muskogee’s economy? Is it Muskogee’s cute young mayor, who just turned twenty and was interviewed during the Republican National Convention? Is it the gas play in Southeast Oklahoma stretching its impact northward? It is very exciting to see Muskogee’s success and here’s why: The 2nd Quarter 2008 MLS Statistics were just published […]

Read More

My Monster Website is Finally Published!

Many of you who know me have not seen me for the past year.  I have been coding my life away ever since I took Randy Eagar’s CRS class. I came home and said, “I am doing everything wrong.” So I sat down and started writing content.  Then I pulled out the HTML books.  Then […]

Read More

Aerial Maps on the Internet

I am in the GRI class taught by Randy Templeton. He just taught us about maps.live.com. It gives you access to the same aerial photos that we see on Realist. Check it out. — Debbie http://TulsaRealEstateWeb.com http://NortheastOklahomaRealEstate.com http://BixbyOklahomaRealEstate.com http://dsolano.homesandland.com

Read More

Living Nativity in an Amish barn in Claremore Oklahoma

Please tell everyone to visit the Sheep Shop and Living Nativity on Akin Road in Claremore.  My neighbor (excuse me, my ex-husband’s neighbor), Diane Dickinson, has set up a ministry in her new Amish barn. She has a Christmas shop in the front where she is selling hand-crafted items made by local women who need a […]

Read More

The Haves and the Have Nots

Here in Tulsa our priorities have changed just slightly this week. I am beginning to value such things as floor furnaces, gas hot water heaters without electric ignition, kerosene lanterns, and candles. As generators hum around town, I am concerned about my neighbors who are cold.  They have electric stoves rather than gas stoves — […]

Read More