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Articles from November 1, 2002

Agricultural Leaders Fear Impact of SQ 687
Although no major agriculture group officially opposes State Question 687, which bans cockfighting, agriculture officials say they fear the proposed law is extreme and represents the first wave of an assault by fringe groups on their industries.Jeramy...
AMS Posts Net Loss
OKLAHOMA CITY (JR) -- Advantage Marketing Systems on Thursday reported a net loss of $195,113, or 4 cents per share, for the third quarter.AMS had net income of $11,705 for the third quarter of 2001.Sales for the quarter totaled $5.5 million, down 22.6...
Board Member Protests Ad Comments
John Marshall, a member of the State Board for Property and Casualty Rates, denied Thursday that the board is a "rubber stamp" for rate increases and criticized the Republican candidate for insurance commissioner for essentially making up statistics.Marshall's...
Duncan Firm Helps OU Players Practice
Right now in Norman it is possible that a football player is lying on your old tires.Four D Corp., located in Duncan, provided ground rubber for the artificial turf inside the University of Oklahoma Sooners' new practice facility (shown at right)."The...
Empowerment Zone Draws Biz Eyes
The Oklahoma City Empowerment Zone program is finally getting the attention of business owners.David Todd, chairman of the board of the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, told members of the Oklahoma City Council Economic Development Committee...
Heritage Hills Landmark the Aberdeen Fetches $4.6 Million
A Colorado couple bought the 120-unit Aberdeen apartments in Oklahoma City for $4.6 million from Aberdeen Properties, an Oklahoma partnership whose president is Richard Cain. The buyers were Robert T. Engleby and Sheryl T. Engleby of Castlerock, Colo.,...
Metro Mortgage Rates Hover above Record Lows
OKLAHOMA CITY (JR) -- Mortgage rate averages in the Oklahoma City area declined this week, although they remain above the record low seen just three weeks ago when the rate average fell below 6 percent, according to surveys by the Oklahoma City Mortgage...
[ New Locations ]
Received: 10/30/02Beaver CountyBarby Energy; Box 1660, Woodward 73802 (580-256-8114); #1-4 Sand Creek; nw se se 4-2n-27ecm; 990' fsl & 1650' fwl; 8700' Meramec; SoonTex-Ok Energy; Box 3010, Cody WY 82414 (307-587-4291); #4-13 Kile; nw se se 13-4n-22ecm;...
Officials Face Tough Questions on Property Taxes
Oil and gas equipment not used in production is subject to taxation as personal property, but some industry officials believe that county assessors have been too aggressive in how they value these compressors, plants, meters, pumpjacks and the like.State...
Omniplex Offers an Exhibit of Titanic Proportions
Expect a lot of nautical themes this winter as Omniplex offers the "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit" starting Nov. 23 and on view through July 6. Hundreds of artifacts recovered from the Titanic wreck site are included in the exhibition which has inspired...
Vintage Posts Profit; Sets Capital Budget
TULSA (JR) -- Vintage Petroleum has reported an increase in net income for the third quarter.Net income for the quarter totaled $31.7 million, or 50 cents per share, up from $6.2 million, or 10 cents per share, for the third quarter of 2001.Income from...
Wal-Mart Realty Sees Rise in Sales of Store Out-Parcels
Wal-Mart Realty, the unit of Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart that manages the development of the retailer's properties, is seeing growth opportunities in selling real estate out-parcels on existing store properties, store officials have told Oklahoma...
[ Wells Completed ]
Received: 10/30/02Completion reports are compiled by county, operator and well information.Beckham CountyOxley Petroleum, Tulsa/918-584-1421 -- #1 Fowler -- e/2 sw sw 20- 12n-21w; TD 14,500'; perf. Des Moines (Red Fork) 13,741-758', f/ 1001Mcfpd, isip...
Woodland Development Proposed
Southwest of Oklahoma City on 1,800 acres near Blanchard, an undeveloped tract of rolling hills and streams known for an abundance of wild turkeys and deer, may soon become the home to a new residential development.Paul Kruger of Indian Ridge LLC, which...
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