From Staff ReportsThe Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City poinsettia sale continues through Saturday at the John E. Kirkpatrick Horticulture Center, 400 N Portland Ave.
The sale will be open from 10 a.m.
Nebraska’s economic growth may be hindered by the region’s tight labor market and low farm prices during the next three years, according to a long-term forecast produced by the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Index expands on oil prices, drilling gains
The Oklahoma Energy Index has expanded for three consecutive months, led by gains in oil prices and drilling activity in the state.
“An overall 6 percent increase in the Index since the April low, along with another month of growth, is a positive sign,” said Chris Mostek, senior vice president of energy lending for Bank SNB.
By Randy Ellis Staff Writer email@example.com Lincoln Boulevard motorists getting on and off Interstate 44 can expect traffic delays beginning Monday, state transportation officials said.
Rehabilitation work on the N Lincoln Boulevard bridges that span Deep Fork Creek just south of the I-44 interchange will require construction workers to close one lane of a short stretch of Lincoln Boulevard in each direction beginning Monday, said Terri Angier, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
The project is expected to take up to three months to complete, she said.
"Because of the type of project this is and the location, traffic disruptions are very likely especially during rush hours," Angier said.