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Articles from March 19, 2002

Analysts Foresee Fed Rate
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Reserve is likely to take an initial step toward higher interest rates at its meeting this week, analysts said Monday, citing recent optimistic comments by Chairman Alan Greenspan. These analysts don't believe the Fed will...
Art Museum Experiences Many Changes throughout Its History
Almost two years and millions of dollars later, the new home of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art in The Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center opened to the public Saturday in downtown Oklahoma City.The Oklahoma City Museum of Art has come a long way from...
Briefs: Program Teaches Students about Stock Mkt.+
The Oklahoma Council on Economic Education is offering the Stock Market Simulation at www.oklahomasms.com as a tool to help public school students learn the fundamentals of stock investment.Student teams invest a hypothetical $100,000 in the stock market...
City Investors Play Role in Zenex Takeover
A stockholder group that includes two Oklahoma City roofing company executives said it has acquired a majority interest in Zenex Telecom, a long-distance telecommunications company based in Oklahoma City.Fireball Enterprises said it bought 7,645,435...
City Investors Play Role in Zenex Telecom Takeover
A stockholder group that includes two Oklahoma City roofing company executives said it has acquired a majority interest in Zenex Telecom, a long-distance telecommunications company based in Oklahoma City.Fireball Enterprises said it bought 7,645,435...
Devon Energy Sees Potential in Azerbaijan
The political tensions of recent months, coupled with several years of growing anti-American sentiment in the Middle East and Central Asia, have caused many U.S. companies to reconsider projects in those areas.For example, Kerr-McGee, which once operated...
Devon Maintains Mideast Activity
The political tensions of recent months, coupled with several years of growing anti-American sentiment in the Middle East and Central Asia, have caused many U.S. companies to reconsider projects in those areas.For example, Kerr-McGee, which once operated...
Dobson Shareholder Receives Loan Extension
Dobson Communications' majority shareholder has received a loan extension to March 31, 2003.The shareholder, Dobson CC Limited Partnership, said it will have the right, under certain conditions, to extend the maturity date of the loan for an additional...
Helping Students with Wall Street Fundamentals
The Oklahoma Council on Economic Education is offering the Stock Market Simulation at www.oklahomasms. com as a tool to help public school students learn the fundamentals of stock investment.Student teams invest a hypothetical $100,000 in the stock market...
Highway Maintenance Company Terminates Contract
After a highly touted effort to privatize highway maintenance in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas in September, there now seems to be some question as to who will handle those chores.VMS Inc., of Richmond, Va., on Monday terminated its contract with...
In Search of a Safecracker
EAGLE POINT, Ore. (AP) -- The Eagle Point Museum is looking for someone with experience at cracking safes. No questions asked. All that is required is strongbox experience and a keen ear for the tumblers. The museum has a safe that stood in the First...
Light Rail Advocates Oppose Expressway
The proposed route of a new expressway for downtown Oklahoma City would destroy a rail yard that is the logical hub for a light rail passenger system, rail supporters say.The state Department of Transportation plans to relocate part of Interstate 40...
Matching a New Name and Home to a Heritage of Excellence
Almost two years and millions of dollars later, the new home of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art in The Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center opened to the public Saturday in downtown Oklahoma City.The Oklahoma City Museum of Art has come a long way from...
Museum Unveils `a Magnificent Show' Larger Facility Allows Spotlight on Permanent Collection
Dale Chihuly's awe-inspiring 55-foot-tall glass sculpture that stands in the Oklahoma City Museum of Art's three-story atrium is just the beginning of what the new museum has to offer. Visitors to the downtown museum will be able to see...
Oklahoma City Museum of Art to Display Several Permanent Collection Galleries
Dale Chihuly's awe-inspiring 55-foot-tall glass sculpture that stands in the Oklahoma City Museum of Art's three-story atrium is just the beginning of what the new museum has to offer.Visitors to the new museum in downtown Oklahoma City will be able...
Oklahoma House Passes Funding for University Projects
Legislation splitting $38 million in gasoline tax funding between the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University for a weather center and a sensor technology center for bioterrorism threats is on its way to the governor.House members approved...
OU/OSU Development Bill Sent to Governor
Legislation splitting $38 million in gasoline tax funding between the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University for a weather center and a sensor technology center for bioterrorism threats is on its way to the governor.State House members...
Road Maintainer Cancels Contract
After a highly touted effort to privatize highway maintenance in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas in September, there now seems to be some question as to who will handle those chores.VMS Inc., of Richmond, Va., on Monday terminated its contract with...
Stimulating Technology Insertion for Tinker
It's somewhat ironic that the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center at Tinker Air Force Base is one of the major players in a technology trade fair at Rose State College.While the fair will showcase all that's new and exciting in aviation repair, the Air...
Stocks Close Mixed
NEW YORK (AP) -- Caution asserted itself on Wall Street Monday as investors collected their wins from last week's advance but shied away from new commitments ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting. Analysts said buyers, still unsure about the prognosis for...
Tinker Air Force Base Showcases New Technology
It's somewhat ironic that the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center at Tinker Air Force Base is one of the major players in a technology trade fair at Rose State College.While the fair will showcase all that's new and exciting in aviation repair, the Air...
[ Wells Completed ]
Received: 3/14/02Completion reports are compiled by county, operator and well information.Grady CountyChesapeake Operating, OKC/848-8000 -- #1-22 Gage -- SHL: e/2 sw se, BHL: nw se se, 22-5n-6w; TD 17,903'; perf. Bromide 16,508-72' and Tulip Creek 16,726-812'...
[ Wells Plugged ]
Received: 3/15/02Reports compiled by county, operator, well name, location, total depth, date plugged and well classification.Beckham CountyBurlington Resources Oil & Gas, Midland TX -- #1-6 Evans -- se nw se 6-10n-21w -- TD 16,095' ...11-29-01 (NL)Caddo...
[ Wells Spudded ]
Received: 3/15/02The following list is compiled by county, operator, well name and location.Beaver CountyAnadarko Petroleum, Houston TX -- #1 Duerson "B" -- ne se nw 36- 5n-20ecmBRG Petroleum, Tulsa -- #1-21 Blaser -- s/2 n/2 se 21-4n-20ecmChaparral...
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