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Articles from May 21, 2009

Edmond Company Designs, Installs Alternative-Energy Systems
Bob Willis first developed an interest in alternative energy sources while he was a student at the University of Oklahoma from 1979-1982."I did some wind energy research at OU," he said.After earning a degree in aerospace engineering and later a master's...
Endeavor Games in Edmond Evolve into Community Effort
Several hundred athletes with physical disabilities along with hundreds of other family members and friends from around the country will be in Edmond June 11-14 for the 2009 University of Central Oklahoma Endeavor Games.Since starting in 2000, the Endeavor...
Lawmakers in Okla. Approve Exception to Quality Jobs Provisions
Everyone knew the economy was going to make it a tight budget year. Some thought that meant the Legislature should eliminate some tax incentive programs offered by the state. Others believe that in difficult economic times, the state should spur the...
OKC-Based Devon Plans to Hire Flintco for Headquarters Project
Devon Energy's new headquarters building is a step closer to fruition.John Wood, vice president and project officer with Hines, the firm handling development of the Devon site, said the company will execute a joint contract with Flintco Inc. and Atlanta-based...
OKC Events: May 21, 2009
For some folks, the annual Memorial Day weekend begins Friday but, for me, it starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, when the Paseo Art Festival opens. The artists who have galleries in that complex, along with numerous artists from around the country, offer their...
Oklahomans Spread the Word about State's Future in Biofuels
Steve Rhines had been at the exhibition hall of the BIO 2009 conference in Atlanta for only a few minutes before he started fielding questions about Oklahoma's switchgrass."They're interested in what we're doing here and the reputation that Oklahoma...
Setting Sail for a Cause: 24th Annual Bartlett Regatta at Grand Lake O' the Cherokees in Okla
Stephen Clark said sailing can be the most exhilarating feeling in the world, and he should know. He has been doing it for 38 years."It goes through a broad spectrum," said Clark, attorney in Tulsa. "You feel like you're living off the edge, and, other...
Tulsa-Based Anyware Mobile E-Ticket Program Gaining Speed
Police officers are switching from handwritten tickets to hand- held devices to issue traffic citations.Tulsa-based Anyware Mobile Solutions created digiTICKET, a mobile electronic ticket program geared toward public safety institutions.It can take up...
Tulsa University to Build $34M Performing Arts Center
The University of Tulsa will begin construction this fall on a $34 million performing arts center, promising cutting-edge staging facilities and expanded instruction space."It's really our most ambitious project ever," TU President Steadman Upham said...
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