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Articles from June 29, 2012

Commentary: Debt Concerns Commercial Real Estate Industry
Even as improvement continues in the national commercial real estate market, concern still exists that the industry is far from being out of the woods. Granted, the commercial market did not experience the type of crash the residential market experienced...
Hubcap Alley Property Owners in Oklahoma City Seek Fair Compensation for Relocation
Longtime Hubcap Alley property owner Rick Knight has a view of the newly completed SkyDance Bridge from the bay of his cluttered and dusty workshop on S. Robinson Avenue.While the bridge was designed to look like the state bird, a scissor-tailed flycatcher,...
In Oklahoma, Two Utilities, Two Approaches to Hazy Skies
There is a haze that hangs in Oklahoma's air and the state's two utilities have starkly different approaches for dealing with the problem. Public Service Company of Oklahoma will install equipment that reduces pollution from one coal-fired power plant...
Law Students to Study Health Care Ruling
The Supreme Court ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is a huge learning opportunity for the next generation of lawyers who are still learning how to interpret and argue the finer points of law, constitutional law professor Andrew...
New Oklahoma War Veterans Commission Members Take on Challenges
Facing two lawsuits and three tort claim letters, members of the Oklahoma War Veterans Commission reorganized and elected new officers during a bimonthly meeting Friday.The commission's three-hour meeting - held at the Clinton Veterans Center - came...
OKC Events: June 29, 2012
Oklahomans will be turning out for Fourth of July festivities all over the state, which is great. But one Oklahoman is celebrating the Fourth of July by singing the U.S. and Turkish national anthems at our consulates and embassy in Istanbul, Ankara and...
Osage Manhattan to Build Two Casinos in Oklahoma
After two years of securing small deals, a Native American affiliate of Manhattan Construction has landed its first major contract, a $200 million agreement to build a pair of new Osage Casinos with hotels.Since that affiliate, Osage Manhattan Builders,...
The Journal Record Business Briefs: June 29, 2012
AT&T adds jobs in TulsaTULSA - AT&T plans to hire 20 customer service representatives for its Tulsa call center.The company plans to begin filling the jobs in July.AT&T has 4,000 employees statewide, said Charlie Price, company spokesman. AT&T also has...
These Walls: Lewis 6 Studios, Tulsa
At first Elizabeth Howell resisted the thought of moving Howell & Vancuren from downtown Tulsa to offices in the troubled Kendall Whittier district. As business manager for the landscape architecture firm, she had little interest in renovating Tulsa's...
Tulsa Corps Office OKs Pipeline
Earl Hatley and Bee Geary knew it was coming.The pair, members of the environmental group Clean Energy Future OK, accepted the news that the Tulsa District office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had given the green light to the southern leg of the...
Urban Landscape Inspires Tulsa Artist
Early each morning for the last two weeks, University of Tulsa artist Mark Lewis has driven downtown to set up his easel in front of the Kennedy Building, his gaze focused on Boston Avenue's southern slope.Armed with prepared sheets of paper and graphite...
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