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Articles from April 20, 2009

Brown-Bagging in Okla. Is a Cheap Way to Cut Corners
Nicole Nascenzi said she's probably tried every frozen meal on the market."I usually have a microwave meal for lunch," said Nascenzi, public relations coordinator at Rogers State University. "I try to vary up the snacks and things, and, well I've turned...
Founder Returns to Career Development Partners in Tulsa
Bill Young leaned back in his chair while he reflected about coming back to the company he started."It's like coming home again," said Young, vice president of leadership development for Career Development Partners. "Some things have changed but the...
History Museum to Feature Oklahoma Rock 'N' Rollers
Oklahoma has hosted many legends of rock 'n' roll, from Elvis Presley to Paul McCartney, over the past 50 years when they played shows in the state.But beginning May 2, an exhibit at the Oklahoma History Center will honor Oklahoma's homegrown rockers.Many...
OKC Events: April 20, 2009
Temple B'nai Israel will host the University of Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Leonard Bernstein's Jeremiah Symphony Tuesday at 8 p.m. Under the direction of OU conductor and music director Jonathan Shames, Bernstein's work will be performed...
Oklahoma's Rodeo Industry: Making a Buck
By day, George Bowman earns his living forging concrete powder at Lafarge North America's Tulsa Cement Plant.By night, the 38-year-old entertainer plots complex open-air productions involving small herds of mean-spirited calves, bulls and horses, along...
Reynolds Pushes for Enhanced 911 Service Fee Reduction in Oklahoma
State Rep. Mike Reynolds called 911 on Thursday morning. The call was not precipitated by an emergency situation, and it's a good thing it wasn't, he said. "I wanted to know if it worked," Reynolds said of the Enhanced 911 service Oklahoma County mobile...
Showing off What Downtown OKC Has to Offer with May Homes Tour
Judy Hatfield is ready to show off the Carnegie Centre, even if there isn't much to see just yet.The proposed project of condo, office and retail space at 132 Dean A. McGee Ave. is an empty shell, but Hatfield will invite visitors inside for the Move...
These Walls: Scott Sabolich Prosthetics & Research in OKC
At Scott Sabolich's building there are S's and curves everywhere.Scott Sabolich Prosthetics & Research, 10201 N. Broadway Extension, is where amputees go for the chance to live normal lives.The design elements and curves throughout the building help...
Tom Moran of Oklahoma City-Based Asset Servicing Group Appointed as Receiver in Ponzi Case
Tom Moran of Oklahoma City-based Asset Servicing Group has been appointed receiver in a case in which the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission alleges that New York hedge-fund manager Edward T. Stein ran a "classic Ponzi scheme" that cost investors...
Workers' Compensation Measure Captures Okla. Gov. Henry's Attention
Gov. Brad Henry continued his policy of saying little on Thursday about Republican agenda bills making their way toward his desk. But one measure elicited a response from Henry's spokesman, Paul Sund - the one requiring Senate confirmation of Henry's...

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