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Articles from May 24, 2004

Commentary: Capitol Business: Fourth Down and Long?
Going into the final week of the regular session, the Legislature appears to be faced with only one major issue. Until now it looked like there would be more, but several of the foremost ones were disposed of in one way or another. But there still is...
Etruscan Treasures Exhibition to Make Only US Stop at Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art in Shawnee
Oklahomans will have a rare opportunity to view Etruscan treasures when a fabulous exhibition opens June 1 at the Mabee- Gerrer Museum of Art in Shawnee.The private collections of Italian Prince Fabrizio Alliata and the Gregorian-Etruscan Museum of the...
Forty-Eight-Year-Old Engineer Follows His Calling and Becomes a Doctor, Opens Practice in Choctaw
He considers it a calling, a midlife reawakening, a way to give back to society. Bruce Stafford, at age 42, made the decision to change paths, from working as an engineer to pursuing medical school.Stafford worked for 23 years as an electrical engineer...
OK Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation Helps Tulsa Resident Who Is Deaf Pursue a Career in Modeling
Nancy Rodriguez, a 22-year-old Tulsa resident who also is deaf, has not let her communication barriers curb her success.She has found success as a model for a Puerto Rican clothing designer as well as talent for AT&T.Rodriguez, originally from California,...
Platt College Adds Hands-On Culinary Training
While most students pursuing an education will spend several months, if not years, in a classroom setting before receiving a hands-on lesson in their chosen studies, those enrolled at the Culinary Institute of Platt College spend their first day - and...