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Tulsa Time! - Podcast



Think the pioneer spirit, the daring determination in the 19th and early 20th centuries to craft a better future in Oklahoma for our children, is dead? “Tulsa Time!” begs to differ!

 

Join John and KTOK/iHeartRadio star Gwin Faulconer-Lippert and hear how the people of Tulsa decided to turn decline and dejection into advance, opportunity, and a 21st-century boom. This is the 104th episode of our original OKLAHOMA GOLD! radio program! Thank you Atwoods Stores for making it possible! Go HERE to listen to them all! Future episodes explore more great heroes, events, and movements of Oklahoma History.

 
Former Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor
Former Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor, who helped lead the city’s great 21st-Century renaissance, helps deliver the Tulsa Drillers’ home plate from its previous home to the professional baseball team’s new ONEOK Field in 2010.
 
Tulsa’s iconic “BOK,” the crown jewel of its Vision 2025
Tulsa’s iconic “BOK,” the crown jewel of its Vision 2025.
 
Tulsa oilman George Kaiser’s grand vision, the world-famed, 100-acre Gathering Place
Tulsa oilman George Kaiser’s grand vision, the world-famed, 100-acre Gathering Place, just south of the downtown district. Indeed, Tulsa’s pulsating center had become much more than “just” the mighty BOK.
 
A promotional image for Tulsa’s historic Vision 2025 initiative
A promotional image for Tulsa’s historic Vision 2025 initiative.
 
Prominent Tulsa oilman Rob Berry.
Prominent Tulsa oilman Rob Berry.
 
Atwoods Ranch & Home Logo

Many thanks to Atwoods Stores, a farm and ranch supply company based in Enid, Oklahoma, for their support of the Red River Institute of History and OKLAHOMA GOLD! Please support them as you are able! Wherever you are, you can order online from thousands of quality products on their terrific website HERE. Atwoods also has 66 stores in 5 states: Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. In addition to farm and ranch supplies, Atwoods stores sell clothing, lawn and garden items, tools, hardware, automotive supplies, sporting goods, pet supplies, firearms, and seasonal items.



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