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Articles from September 9, 2010

Bioterrorism Topic of Speech at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
The scope of public health efforts in a university setting have always been extensive, but in the last decade, bioterrorism has become an additional area of research.James L. Regens, Ph.D., director of the Center for Biosecurity Research at the University...
Bricks and Business: Holbirds Build Veneer Company in Oklahoma through Recycling
Jane and Bob Holbird bought 10.5 acres in Baron, Okla., expecting to capitalize on its railroad spur and leftover mill equipment.But their real pot of gold lay in the site's five decaying brick kilns, all that remained of a long-abandoned charcoal plant.The...
Commentary: Fourth Reading: No Truth in Advertising Here
It if wasn't so poorly done, the television advertisement by the Republican Governors Association that tries to paint Jari Askins as a clone of president Barack Obama would be funny.Claiming Askins, the Democrat's nominee for governor, is too liberal...
Commentary: Prime Time for Seasonal Retailers
When it comes to those retailers that occupy the best locations in Oklahoma City, most people typically think of large national stores like Walmart and Target. While they would be correct, they might be surprised to learn that those big national retailers...
Former Ramsey HQ in Tulsa Sold
The U.S. arm of Borets paid $3.4 million for the 126,740-square- foot former headquarters of Ramsey Industries.Tulsa County Courthouse records indicate Borets-Weatherford U.S. shelled out $27.02 per square foot to Ramsey Industries Inc. for the one-story...
Mary, Jari to Meet Up for Oklahoma Gubernatorial Debates
State voters still have several chances to see both gubernatorial candidates in action even though U.S. Rep. Mary Fallin and Lt. Gov. Jari Askins have agreed to only a couple of debates.With the November general election still several weeks away, officials...
OKC Events: September 9, 2010
A great documentary shown last year at the Noble Theatre in the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Been Rich All My Life, featured a group of elderly women alumnae of the chorus lines in Harlem's Apollo Theater and Cotton Club. The film was beautifully done,...
Oklahoma Stresses Value of Cattle VD Testing
The response by some cattle ranchers was expected: disdain and distrust over yet another government-mandated medical test, said Oklahoma State University Extension veterinarian Dave Sparks."We start out with some level of concern," Sparks said. "But...
Report Targets Tulsa Services
Twenty years ago, Tulsa changed its government. Today, it can change the way it operates."It is a whole new ballgame," said Mayor Dewey Bartlett Jr.The report from KPMG LLC, a firm of efficiency experts, said 61 percent of city services are not mandated....
The Journal Record Business Briefs: September 9, 2010
Williams Partners completes Overland Pass Pipeline transactionWilliams Partners has completed a $424 million transaction with Oneok Partners to increase its ownership of Overland Pass Pipeline Co. to 50 percent.Oneok Partners and Williams Partners, both...
The Journal Record Business Briefs: September 9, 2010
Williams Partners completes Overland Pass Pipeline transactionWilliams Partners has completed a $424 million transaction with Oneok Partners to increase its ownership of Overland Pass Pipeline Co. to 50 percent.Oneok Partners and Williams Partners, both...

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