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Articles from July 1, 2008

Art Fusion Studio in OKC: Brakes and Parts to Breakable Art
Within the walls of 1218 N. Western Ave. men once learned to repair DeSotos and Studebakers. Rick and Tracey Bewley took one look at that run-down, 90-year-old building and saw their new art studio and gallery.The Bewleys both work for Midwest Trophy...
JR Index, Wall Street Decline
The Journal Record Index took a hit last week, dropping 20.14 points, or 1.36 percent, to close at 1,464.63. Declining issues outpaced advancing issues by a better than 2-to-1 margin.Williams Companies was one of the few to enjoy an increase last week...
Lazy E, Tulsa Bull-Riding Events on Tap
Lazy E Arena has spent many years as a major player in the bull- riding business, but there recently was a bit of a gap that needed to be filled.Bullnanza, an event that usually draws the best cowboys in the sport, originated at Lazy E two decades ago...
OKC-Based SandRidge to Build $1.1B Plant, Pipelines for Occidental
Two gas processing plants in Pecos County in West Texas were on the minds of SandRidge Energy on Monday, and for different reasons.SandRidge announced it will build one and said an existing plant will be out of action for three months due to a fire on...
Okla. Supreme Court Decisions Run Political Gamut
Although it ended with a bang - recognition of an individual Second Amendment right to own guns - the just-concluded U.S. Supreme Court term is not easy for Oklahoma court watchers to characterize.Business won some important rounds, but did not carry...
Tulsa's Mayo Hotel Renovation Scores $23.5M from IBC Bank
The $40 million Mayo Hotel renovation project has received a $23.5 million lifeline from IBC Bank.International Bank of Commerce - Oklahoma, a branch of Laredo, Texas-based IBC, provided the senior secured credit facility to developers Presidian Cos....
Tulsa's New Medio Focuses on the Web
Any company would be thrilled to see revenue double five years in a row. But Chris Zenthoefer and Adam Nemec were still left unsatisfied with their advertising agency."We had started off with a focus on online, but couldn't make a living doing that,"...