Sand Springs

Sand Springs,

city (1990 pop. 15,346), Tulsa co., NE Okla., an industrial suburb of Tulsa, on the Arkansas River; founded 1907. There are oil and natural-gas wells and food-processing and chemical industries.
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Highway 151 in Sand Springs, Winn's On The Water LLC.
It was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, USA.
Allen Western Wear & Saddlery in Pasadena, Texas and Mock Brothers Saddlery, Sand Springs, Oklahoma will feature Cowgirlz Inc.
Oklahoma-based railroad Sand Springs Railway Co is acquiring Brazil-based steel product maker Gerdau SA's (NYSE: GGB) mill site in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, the company said.
In 1994, the tribe and San Juan County entered into a joint powers agreement to construct, operate and maintain transfer stations in Shiprock, Upper Fruitland and Sand Springs.
BH Media acquired the 70,000-circulation Tulsa World in February 2013 from the local Lorton family and is adding the suburban weeklies, the Broken Arrow Ledger, Sand Springs Leader, Coweta American, Wagoner Tribune, Owasso Reporter and Skiatook Journal to the World's operations.
In addition to the Business & Legal News, BH Media will acquire the Broken Arrow Ledger, the Sand Springs Leader, the Coweta American, the Wagoner Tribune, the Owasso Reporter and the Skiatook Journal.
Bourdelais, II of Sand Springs, OK, Jesse O'Brien and his wife Regina of Arlington and Kelly Gemboski and her husband Eric of Southbridge; and five great grandchildren, Chase Stewart, Kyla Bartlett, Ely Gemboski, Kacey Gemboski and Grady O'Brien.
The Sand Springs (Okla.) School District just added multiple cameras to its fleet of buses, including on the exterior school-bus stop sign arm.
Residents in areas such as Tulsa, Collinsville, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Sand Springs, Claremore, Sapulpa, Jenks and Owasso who have 4G LTE smartphones, laptop modems and hotspots will be able to take advantage of speeds up to 10 times faster than the company's 3G network.
The company said that residents in areas such as Tulsa, Collinsville, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Sand Springs, Claremore, Sapulpa, Jenks and Owasso will be able to take advantage of the fast 4G network.
In second, Jack Barber (West, Tex.), and Danny Quinn (Sand Springs, Okla.) brought in a five-fish tournament limit weighing 13.82 pounds.