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Articles from April 14, 2005

Grady County Implements 911 System That Can Track Wireless Calls
If an accident occurs on Northwest Expressway, it's fairly easy to figure out the coordinates of the wreck and with one simple phone call to 911, emergency crews are dispatched. If that same accident occurred off a country road, having emergency crews...
New Exhibit Tells Survivor Stories since the OKC Bombing
A new exhibit opening Tuesday at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum tells the stories of survivors moving forward in the 10 years since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.Changed Forever-Forever Changing was developed by the...
OKC Events: April 14, 2005
When the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Association presents its annual Western Heritage Awards dinner Saturday night, the man serving as master of ceremonies will have a familiar face.Not only is he easily recognized because of his acting stints...
OK Regulators, Competitors Take Closer Look at How Giant Utility Buys Its Fuel
It's been several years since the Oklahoma Corporation Commission took a good, hard look at how Oklahoma Gas and Electric buys its fuel. But now that the commission has opened a notice of inquiry to examine the relationship between OG&E and its affiliate...
Suited for Success: Growing Nonprofit Helps Low-Income Women Improve Image, Job Prospects
In the mid-1980s Susan Walton learned of the Bottomless Closet, a program in Chicago that provided clothing for low-income women to help them improve their image and employment opportunities.As a single mother, Walton could see the need for a similar...
Texas Book Chain Enters Oklahoma with Store at Centennial Plaza
There's a book for sale near you.The Yahoo! Web site lists 113 places in which a book buyer can be satisfied in the Oklahoma City area. Few are part of major chains, and many are of the smaller variety in churches, hospitals and trade- in stores.That...