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Articles from July 10, 2007

BOK Financial Corp. in Tulsa Announces Promotions, Appointments
The following were appointed and promoted at BOK Financial Corp., in Tulsa.Kimberly A. Barkdull was appointed to officer, financial analyst III in the finance and administration division.Andrea L. Bastings was appointed to officer, assistant branch manager...
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Doors Closed on Seven OKC, Tulsa Area Quick Access, Quick Clinic Health Care Facilities
The Quick Access and Quick Clinic network of 18 health care facilities has been shut down, said Fred Minter of American Capital Group.Minter and his group began the health care chain two years ago but recently ran into financial problems and shut the...
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Hearings Begin for Coal-Fired Plant in Oklahoma
Public Service Company of Oklahoma executives asserted Monday that helping to build a new $1.8 billion, 950-watt coal-fired power plant is the best way to meet future demand for electric power. But other parties involved in the proceedings currently...
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OKC Advertising Club Committee Aims to Boost Diversity in Local Ad Industry
The Oklahoma City Advertising Club has created a committee to increase cultural diversity in the area advertising industry.One of the goals of the committee, started earlier this year, is to increase cultural diversity among the club's members, said...
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OKC Attorney Lee Pens '07 Edition of Guide to Civil Rights Litigation
Lawyer David Lee understands the importance and complexity of civil rights litigation, having headed up the criminal and federal divisions in the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office under three attorneys general.That experience led Lee, now in private...
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OKC Events: July 10, 2007
Lyric Theatre will open Evita, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's dynamic musical masterpiece, tonight at 8 p.m. in Civic Center Music Hall. The thrilling musical drama will play nightly at 8 through Saturday, with a 2 p.m. matinee Saturday. Tickets...
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OKC Touts Clean Water as Other Cities Ban Bottled
While some mayors are concerned about commercial bottled water consumption in their cities, no such formal stance is necessary in Oklahoma City, Mayor Mick Cornett said - the city's water sells itself."I have pushed our water through the years as something...
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The Century Club: Donald W. Reynolds
During his childhood, Donald W. Reynolds realized the newspaper business was in his blood. That desire would lead him to become a famed media entrepreneur, a successful businessman and a generous spirit, giving millions of dollars to charitable organizations...
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Tulsa-Based SemGroup Energy Partners Fine-Tunes Its IPO
SemGroup Energy Partners waved its arms at Wall Street traders Monday in preparation for releasing its first 12.5 million common units.The subsidiary of the giant private company SemGroup LP announced commencement of its initial public offering Monday...
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Tulsa-Based Williams Wins Suit in Summary Judgment
A class-action shareholder lawsuit against the former directors and officers of Williams Communications Group ended Friday with a federal judge granting summary judgment for the defendants.Williams Communications stock purchasers filed suit in 2002.The...
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