The Long Haul

In 1989 a small trucking company relocated from Missouri to Tulsa to better serve its largest client. Today, more than 25 years later, Melton...

Must It Bust?

When wondering if the U.S. is in the midst of an oil bust, one must ponder what brought the boom, especially in light of...

Welcoming Rains

Please, pray for rain,” says U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas, member and former chairman of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee. A rancher himself, Lucas says...

Show Me The Money

Money matters. By taking certain steps, one can optimize finances, address estate planning and ensure that personal digital assets are preserved for future generations. “Prepare...

Right On Track

The enduring allure of rail travel beckons Oklahomans to climb aboard a passenger rail between Sapulpa and Midwest City and then shuttle to the...

Mutual Benefit

Oklahoma and Tulsa have made the national news recently due to Green Country’s small business allure. Folks at the state and local chambers of...

Tech Savvy

It’s not as sexy as big oil or a consistent newsmaker like natural gas, but Oklahoma’s often overlooked biotech industry is a flourishing economic...

Oklahoma Home

The American dream of home ownership is alive and well in Oklahoma. Industry experts say the perception of a buyer’s market is giving way...

Cultural Agriculture

Oklahoma is, undoubtedly, an agricultural state. Huge fields of crops like corn, wheat and sorghum line the roads of rural highways, stretching to the...

More Than A Game

Oklahoma’s tribes continue to diversify economic development.