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News Article - 10.19.2011

Metro Career Academy honored

MCA receives LEED gold certification.

Metro Technology Centers announced its Metro Career Academy (MCA) has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification. Established by the U.S. Green Building Council and verified by the Green Building Certification Institute, LEED is the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. Read more
Nonprofits - 10.20.2011

Allied Arts introduces officers, board members

At its recent board of directors meeting, Allied Arts introduced its new team of officers for 2011-2013 and its new board members. Read more
Health Care - 10.21.2011

Cancer Sucks, Inc. donates $10,000 to pediatric cancer research

Cancer Sucks, Inc. will present Children’s Hospital Foundation with a $10,000 donation that will help transform the health of Oklahoma’s children by funding pediatric cancer research to be used in the study of genetics. Read more
Tourism - 10.24.2011

Tourism generates $6.2 billion impact on Oklahoma

Industry employed 74,900 last year.

Today, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department unveiled findings from a new study showing the economic impact of tourism in Oklahoma. The results were announced at the 2011 Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Tulsa. Read more
Executive Homes - 10.26.2011

Executive Homes

Oklahoma County Read more
Economy - 10.26.2011

Midwest lowdown

Founded in the early 1940s, Midwest City thrives from nearby Tinker Air Force Base, Town Center, Rose State College and more

Midwest City is the result of some quick thinking by one developer and the placement of a military depot in the early 1940s. As it has grown, the community has endured tornadoes and a shopping mall closure, while also building a hotel and conference center and a new shopping center that has beat the odds through a recession by remaining full of local and national tenants. Read more
Day in the Life - 10.26.2011

Michael Carnuccio

President Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs Read more
Innovation - 10.26.2011

IT’s where it is

IT hiring is strong in the metro, but salary ranges remain below national average

Good news for techie job seekers: This year is showing an increase in job opportunities for IT positions not only nationally, but in Oklahoma. Read more
Dining - 10.26.2011

Live and Let Dine

This month's Live and Let Dine is hosted by Kym Koch Thompson,  owner and founder Koch Communications.

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