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Articles from April 23, 2008

30-Year-Old Gallery in Tulsa Makes the Move
Despite working nonstop for months, Waylon Summers looks around the new gallery space and said he couldn't imagine being anywhere else.Waylon and his father, Jack Summers, own Lovett's Frame and Gallery, which after 30 years is now at the Farm Shopping...
Attorneys Make Move from Downtown OKC to Bricktown
Enjoying sweeping views of the canal and the ballpark, a group of Oklahoma City attorneys moved to Bricktown after years in the core of downtown.Ronald Wallace, an attorney in Oklahoma City since 1981, has had an office in downtown his entire career...
Commentary: Office Visit: Insure Oklahoma
From our cities and evolving industries to our people, history and natural resources, Oklahoma has many things of which to be proud. In recent years, however, our state's high rate of uninsured citizens (currently just over 18 percent) hasn't been one...
Denver Company Pays $4.9M for Two Broken Arrow Self-Storage Complexes
The Denver firm Oklahoma Self Storage LP paid $4.9 million for two Broken Arrow self-storage facilities, with plans to expand and combine them for improved performance.The private company bought RitePlace Storage and Broken Arrow Expressway Self Storage...
Nordam Group Signs $100M Agreement with Gulfstream Aerospace
The Nordam Group has signed two separate agreements with Gulfstream Aerospace, with one valued at $100 million, officials said Tuesday.The Interiors and Structures Division of Nordam will provide composite wing-to-body fairing and main landing gear doors...
OKC Events: April 23, 2008
How often have we heard the phrase "it's a small world?" May I say it again? "It's a small world."What brings this cliche to mind is the man who will be honored with a Trail Blazer Award on Sunday at the ninth annual Barebones International Independent...
Oklahoma Agriculture Officials Aim to Control Feral Swine
Although many rural landowners have turned a growing feral swine problem into a profit opportunity, state Department of Agriculture officials are also seeing criminal behavior on the rise.State Veterinarian Becky Brewer suspects people may be committing...
Oklahoma Lawmaker to Organ Harvesters: Cut It Out
Lucky Lamons' father had been dead less than 10 minutes before someone from the hospital came asking to collect the bones, eyes and skin from the body, said Lamons. His mother agreed to donate her husband's skin and bones, but not his eyes."She just...
Tulsa Green Campaign Gets Own Clothing Line
The "BeGreen Tulsa" campaign got an organic cotton boost Tuesday with the Earth Day launch of dedicated shirts for adults, dogs and babies.Dwelling Spaces, a retailer in downtown's Blue Dome District, stocked an initial inventory of 600 products with...