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Articles from September 18, 2002

Health Research Funding Up 24%
According to the National Institutes of Health and the State Science and Technology Institute, the amount of health research funding to Oklahoma City increased 24 percent in 2001.In 2000, Oklahoma City health researchers were awarded $35.8 million for...
Keating Vows to Continue Work for State Museum after His Term Ends
He will be out of office in January, but Gov. Frank Keating says he will be back to help ensure that the state's new history center is completed and properly funded."This project, when completed, is just shy of $60 million," Keating said during a tour...
Lala Land in Black and White
Hollywood, in all its filmdom glory, came to Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club as the setting for the 27th annual Renaissance Ball, sponsored by and benefiting the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.Thanks to the creative minds of Ann Hoover and Jim Vallion,...
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OKC Officials Warn of Potential Cutbacks
Oklahoma City officials faced with lower-than-expected sales tax collections early in this fiscal year warned Tuesday that if the trend continues, the city might have to look at cutting costs, including personnel.City Manager Jim Couch told the city...
SBC, Yahoo Bring E-Service to Oklahoma
SBC Communications and Yahoo have joined forces to launch a new Internet service in Oklahoma and 12 other states that officials hope will drive customers away from dial-up connections to digital subscriber line service.The service will provide extremely...
The Need for Absolute Values
I got in trouble not long ago while speaking on the subject of ethics. It started out innocently enough. I asked someone in the audience to judge the length of the pencil I was holding. One gentleman guessed it to be around 7 inches."How do you know...
Weeden & Co. Analyst Joins Chesapeake Board
Charles T. Maxwell has been elected to Chesapeake Energy's board of directors for a term expiring in 2003.Maxwell is the senior energy analyst at Weeden & Co., an institutional research and brokerage firm in Greenwich, Conn. He is the author of more...
Workplace Lacerations: What to Do before Help Arrives
Every year, more than 100,000 employees receive cuts or lacerations that require time away from work. A knife slips, a worker's hand is in the wrong place at the wrong time, something breaks. Whatever the reason, this type of injury is very common in...