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Meet the female truckers making six-figures driving 80,000 pound vehicles across the country. The industry wants to recruit more of them.

When Ingrid Brown started driving trucks 41 years ago, she only knew 5 other female truckers. Now, companies are recruiting thousands of women drivers with bonuses and scholarships amid the labor shortage. Carla Holmes quit her management job to drive long-haul with her husband — married 'teams' can make over...
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Oklahoma Ag Company Engaging in Azerbaijani Market

OKLAHOMA CITY– Trécé, a small, Adair, Oklahoma-based company that is currently the leading manufacturer and supplier of insect monitoring systems for agriculture in the United States is continuing to grow its worldwide footprint by working to develop a market and export its products to Azerbaijan. Trécé [pronounced tray-say] currently sells products already in all 50 U.S. states and 51 other countries around the world.
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OG&E looking for $769 million from customers

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — OG&E customers might see a spike in their energy bills. The company wants $769 million from its customers to cover fuel costs from the February storms. Before the costs can be passed onto customers, the request has to go through the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC). Matt...
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Celebrating 100 years of operation, Lippert Brothers continues to make a mark on OKC

Chamber Member Lippert Brothers celebrates 100 years of operations as a leading construction management and general contracting company in Oklahoma City. Some of their notable projects include the original National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Glass House Restaurant in Vinita, Citizen’s Bank Tower, Myriad Garden’s Crystal Bridge, the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, Love’s Corporate Office Building, and a remodel of the United Way of Central Oklahoma Headquarters. Their work touches nearly every part of our city.
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Aerospace is in our DNA

Since the early days of flight, aviation has been embedded in Oklahoma City’s DNA. Now you can learn all about Oklahoma City’s aviation story: from its pioneers to the biggest names in the business who have turned aviation into one of the region’s most dynamic economic drivers. “Soaring to Ever...
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Sustainability drives U-Haul to buy, adapt and reuse former GE Oil & Gas offices in OKC

U-Haul is overhauling the former GE Oil & Gas offices at 5500 SE 59, converting the expansive property into a retail and self-storage location. U-Haul Moving & Storage of South Sooner will encompass 132,907 square feet of space in the three buildings on 19.3 acres. Parent company Amerco Real Estate Co., Reno, Nevada, acquired the property for $5,099,999 on Aug. 18, county records show.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
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5 Surprising Facts About Beef and Sustainability

OKLAHOMA CITY (September 20, 2021) Beef is a staple in cuisines worldwide, valued for its flavor and nutrition. During #ClimateWeekNYC (September 20-26) it is important to look at the beef industry's commitment to continued improvement. Recent research on the issue has only served to demonstrate that the beef industry does in fact employ sustainability practices throughout each stage of…
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Marijuana is still inhaling OKC industrial space while offices are seeing a 'massive rebound'

"Record-setting" warehousing-distribution, recovery for office buildings, "hope" for stores — CBRE knows how to write attention-grabbing headlines. The good news has to do with more than real estate. It means jobs and investment. And business growth. "Oklahoma City experiencing record-setting trends in its industrial sector," one headline says. "Oklahoma City...
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Viewpoint: Truckers help drive economy and keep our communities supplied. Let's thank them

Professional truck drivers are the backbone of the American economy. Visit any grocery store, business or medical facility in Oklahoma and that becomes immediately obvious. Whether you are buying clothing at a retail store or a filling up your tank at a gas station, nearly every part of our lives is impacted, and made possible, by the work of a professional truck driver.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
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Oklahoma Energy Industry On The Rebound

A year and a half after the first case of COVID-19 was discovered in Oklahoma, economists the state’s energy industry is once again on stable footing. “We still haven’t fully recovered although we are on a recovery path right now,” Oklahoma City University Meinders School of Business Dean Emeritus Steve Agee said.
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