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Articles from December 8, 2004

OKC Events: December 8, 2004
In this hectic season, nothing cheers us up like a program of Christmas music and that's exactly what Windsong will be offering at 5 p.m. Sunday to start off this year's concert season. The program will be presented in Petree Recital Hall in the Wanda...
OKC Medical Briefs: December 8, 2004
With the numerous reports claiming the state of the nation's health is, at best, mediocre and, at worst, in need of dire repair, corporations have joined individuals in the fight to get fit.A recent American Management Association report, the 2004 Survey...
OKC's Asian District Is Creating an Identity to Draw Tourists
The Asian District, carved out of a section of Classen Boulevard, is a step closer to strengthening its own identity as a destination for visitors.For little more than a year, city officials have worked with community leaders in the Asian District on...
OK Lawmakers Draw Opposite Views from Business Friendly Ranking
Two state senators produced opposing spins on a report ranking Oklahoma as one of the top 10 business friendly states.Oklahoma is in dire need of economic reforms despite placing 10th in the report by Pollina Corporate Real Estate, said state Sen. Scott...
OK Legislators, Regulators Seek Study before Tackling SBC Deregulation
One way or another, the issue of deregulating SBC Communications in Oklahoma will be addressed during the next legislative session. Both legislators and regulators hope to be able to consider a study of the state's telecommunications market before making...
OK, National Companies Capitalize on Vaccine Shortage
After two months of reports detailing the lack of flu vaccine available this year, some companies are finding ways to fill the void.The Florida Department of Citrus is running television spots that remind consumers of the health benefits held in a glass...