It is our pleasure to announce that the law offices of Ward & Glass, LLP is NOW OPEN at 215 N. Weigle in Watonga, Oklahoma. Blaine County rooted attorneys Woody Glass and Tanner France will be serving the community of Watonga and its surrounding areas.
Established in 1998, Ward & Glass, LLP. built its reputation on a strong foundation of ethics and professionalism. We have earned that reputation for our ability to outwork our opponents while practicing law the right way. Our ultimate goal is to meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.
We know that the very core of our practice is the people we serve. For that reason, we want to get to know you, learn about your concerns, and work with you to achieve your goals. Our attorneys do the hard work to build a position of strength aimed at achieving the best possible results, whether in negotiations, alternative dispute resolution mechanisms or at trial.
For honest answers and formidable representation, contact Woody Glass or Tanner France of Ward & Glass, L.L.P. We serve clients throughout the State of Oklahoma. To schedule a consultation, call 580.623.5055 or reach out to us through our website www.wardglasslaw.com.
We look forward to meeting and serving you,
Ward & Glass Law, L.L.P.
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A Brief History of Wheeler Brothers Grain Company
Wheeler Brothers Grain Company was founded in 1917 by brothers Frank and William “Bill” Wheeler. In the early 1940s, Frank’s son, Gene, bought out both Bill’s and Frank’s interest. In 1945, Gene built his first concrete elevator in Watonga, just south of the original wooden structure. In 1962, Gene built a dry bulk fertilizer blending plant in Watonga, believed to be the second oldest in the state.
In 1985, Wheeler Brothers established the AT&L Railroad through acquisition of 46 miles of former Rock Island track from Watonga to El Reno. The track ties in with the UP Railroad in El Reno to which Wheeler Brothers ships 110-car unit trains. The loaded railcars then move to market, the most prominent destination being the U.S. Gulf export market.
Today, Wheeler Brothers has 18 grain elevator locations, 5 of which are seasonal. Total storage capacity is 20+ million bushels. Facility locations are in northern, central and western Oklahoma.
Other than grain storage, Wheeler Brothers is involved in fertilizer / chemical application, feed manufacturing and seed production.
Established in 1975. Headquartered in Watonga, Oklahoma, Testco is in the center of the Blaine County and ready to meet your flow back needs.
Our mission is to achieve customer satisfaction through hard work, dedication, quality service and superior products while maintaining the safety of our work force and preserving our environment.