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Articles from March 19, 2004

Anticipation Ultrasound Studio Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Anticipation Ultrasound Studio has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its 2-D and 3-D prenatal imaging that allows expectant parents to see their baby live and in living color before it's born.Ann Chambers and Nancy Coryell...
Checotah-Based Responders First Receives a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Responders First has received a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its real-time asset and personnel tracking software for emergency management of disaster scenes.The Internet-based system integrates with the local emergency management...
Community Learning Council Inc. Receives 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Community Learning Council Inc. has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its national public service announcement campaign encouraging batterers to seek treatment.Ginger Decoteau started the Community Learning Council a couple...
Construction on Midwest City's $1.4 Million Primo's Italian Restaurant Nears Completion
Construction is nearing completion on Midwest City's $1.4 million Primo's Italian restaurant with an opening slated for the end of April, according to the restaurant's managing partner Jeff Havern.Located in the midst of the city's growing hotel corridor...
Cushing-Based Doug Carson & Associates Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Cushing-based DCA Inc. has teamed up with Cinram-Olyphant's development team to produce the first playable high-definition digital versatile discs (HD-DVDs) manufactured in the United States.Doug Carson, founder of DCA, expects HD-DVD to replace DVD...
Dougherty Tree Saw Earns the Company a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
After seeing the slow and expensive process of removing cedar trees from their family's land, Patrick and Peter Dougherty decided to investigate available equipment to perform the chore. Feeling the equipment was inadequate, the brothers from Hinton...
Eastern Oklahoma City's Brownfield Development Prospects Improve
An effort to redevelop an area of eastern Oklahoma City that contains several EPA Superfund sites and brownfields is coming closer to fruition.After seven months of meetings with interested stakeholders, the Eastside Reinvestment Area Committee presented...
Edmond-Based Amcat Receives 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Edmond-based Amcat has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its Contact Center Suite that takes contact center technology to the next level.A variety of business industries use contact centers - from telemarketing and financial...
Edmond-Based saniVex Technologies Named a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
The ability to take core discoveries of others and then find new and sometimes previously unidentified applications for existing chemistry has earned saniVex Technologies a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award.The Edmond company is a brand...
Edmond Mortgage Processor Prepares Strong Growth Plan
Edmond-based Xsequor, which started out 10 years ago as Loan Processing Technologies with two employees, has plans to nearly quadruple its employee base of 65 by year's end.Unlike the traditional third-party mortgage company that handles processing for...
Fred Jones Business Development Center Receives a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
The Fred Jones Business Development Center intends to play a big part in the renaissance of Oklahoma City.The state-certified business incubator was developed in June 2002 to contribute to the local economy by providing entrepreneurs access to critical...
Lawton-Based Telos-OK Earns Another Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
With many years of developing and testing software and computer networks for the Department of Defense under its belt, Telos-OK has launched a new business unit to provide information risk and vulnerability assessments for commercial markets.The Lawton-based...
Lawton-Based Telos-OK Receives the Overall 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Lawton-based Telos-OK received the overall 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award Thursday night at a ceremony honoring business innovation at the Reed Center in Midwest City.Telos-OK earned the top award for launching its Security Services...
Mid-Del Technology Center Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Mid-Del Technology Center has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for developing specialized curriculum and delivering training to area firefighters regarding emergency responder considerations when electric vehicles are involved....
Norman-Based SouthWest NanoTechnologies Receives 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
SouthWest NanoTechnologies continues its push to become the leading worldwide manufacturer of high-quality, single-walled carbon nanotubes for high-volume specialty applications. The Norman-based company, which manufactures single-walled carbon nanotubes,...
OKC-Based Chesapeake Energy Wins 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Chesapeake Energy has won a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its advanced high-resolution imaging center - the first of its kind in Oklahoma.The new seismic visualization technology center, housed in Chesapeake's new Geoscience Technology...
OKC-Based Medical Banking Exchange/AFS Receive 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
The Medical Banking Exchange (MBEXX) is transforming technology that is digitally revolutionizing the banking industry, including the Federal Reserve system, to create strategic data exchange networks for the medical industry.MBEXX is a global platform...
OKC Events: March 19, 2004
Doris Eaton Travis of Norman was presented with a special Directors Award at the Oklahoma Center for the Book annual awards banquet at the Petroleum Club. The former Ziegfeld Follies dancer celebrated her 100th birthday the next day. Why honored by the...
OKC Major Land Transactions: March 19, 2004
Shartel Associates LLC purchased the 84,050-square-foot Shartel Plaza shopping center, 5122 N. Shartel Ave. at the intersection of NW 50th Street and Shartel Avenue for $2.9 million, participants in deal said this week. The seller of the property was...
Okla. City-Based HRLogix Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year
HRLogix's automation of human resource services, helping its clients save time and money, has earned it a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award.The Oklahoma City company automates the hiring, recruiting and documentation process for firms all...
Okla. City-Based Paycom Receives a Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Faced with the lack of advancement opportunities in the payroll business, Chad Richison decided to start his own company upon returning to his home state in 1998.The Tuttle native had been in the payroll business since he graduated from the University...
Okla. County Mental Health Court Receives 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
The Oklahoma County Mental Health Court, the first such court in the region, is a recipient of a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award.Launched in November 2002, the court is designed to divert defendants with serious mental illnesses from...
Oklahoma City-Based Wavelinx Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Broadband Internet has made its way to rural communities via wireless technology, which has been used for years in businesses for network services, but not in the rural setting.Oklahoma City-based Wavelinx earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the...
Oklahoma Embroidery Sign & Design Receives a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
OESD Inc.'s Embroidery Take-Out product offers retailers a computer-based production system for creating products on demand, with little inventory. The retailer is provided with a computer and the necessary data to create embroidery design collections...
Oklahoma's Unemployment Rate Rises in January
Oklahoma's unemployment rate rose to 5.4 percent in January from 5 percent for December, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission reported on Thursday.The state's jobless rate was unchanged from January 2003. Oklahoma's unemployment rate was less...
Old Russia Distillery & Spirits Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
To start a micro-distillery in Oklahoma, surmounting regulations never before utilized in the state required much perseverance and stamina for Marc Spain, president of Old Russia Distillery and Spirits. Spain has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator...
Pioneer Technology Center Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Pioneer Technology Center has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its development of the state's first retail business incubator program.Called Pioneer Place @ 222, the program is housed in the former White's Outlet Mall at Blackwell,...
Stillwater-Based Engius Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Stillwater-based Engius has earned a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year award for its intelliRock system.The intelliRock technology is a self-contained microprocessor system that allows for the extraction of unalterable, critical concrete data...
The Savvy Senior Column Earns Jim Miller a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
After the death of his parents, which came just a few weeks apart in late 2000, Jim Miller took a temporary job at a local retirement community to help him deal with his grief by being around people his parents' age.For fun, he started writing a column...
Third Degree Advertising and Communications Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Third Degree Advertising and Communications has created a qualitative and quantitative research system in order to help its clients identify and communicate their brand position.The Solomon Watermark Brand Discovery Process by Third Degree is a proprietary...
Tidal School Vineyards and Winery Earns 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Tidal School Vineyards and Winery expects to open its new facility in just a matter of weeks at a former school building in north central Oklahoma. Owners Gary Schroeder and Roger Wilson are finishing up a half- million-dollar renovation of the historic...
Udder Farms Cream of the Crop Co. Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
Max and Carol Grier's company, named Udder Farms Cream of the Crop Co., came about literally by accident. Carol broke both her arms while training a young quarter horse almost four years ago. For physical therapy, she turned to milking goats. The action...
YourOklahoma Earns a 2004 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award
YourOklahoma, a partnership between the Oklahoma Office of State Finance and the Oklahoma subsidiary of the eGovernment firm NIC Inc., is making it easier for small agencies to enter the world of the Web.Last August, YourOklahoma introduced a product...
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