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Articles from October 2, 2007

Banta, St. Anthony Seal Deal for OKC Midtown YMCA
The YMCA is coming to Oklahoma City's Midtown.In Greg Banta's mission to create a community feel for Midtown, he has brought restaurants, has housing planned, and through a joint effort has plans for the YMCA to open on the second floor of the Plaza...
California Trio Pays $2.89M for East Tulsa Apartments
A trio of California investors paid $2.89 million for the 132- unit Willowbend Apartments in east Tulsa.Willowbend Properties LLC paid $21,893 per unit to the Donald L. O'Brien Trust for the 94,122-square-foot complex built in 1974 along 5 acres on S....
Fent Renews Fight against Special Appropriations Bill in Oklahoma
Jerry Fent isn't finished with House Bill 1105. Most of the $140 million for state agencies contained in HB 1105 was provided in an unconstitutional fashion, Fent said. Though the Oklahoma Supreme Court rejected Fent's earlier attempt to halt expenditures...
Indictments Handed Down to Kiamichi Technology Center in Atoka Employees
Indictments were unsealed Monday against Three Kiamichi Technology Center employees, a former director and a board member for using school equipment for political purposes.The multi-county grand jury issued the indictments against Atoka campus instructor...
Knitting Craze Prompts Guru to Open OKC Shop
Interest in purls and stitches has grown enough to prompt SWAK Knitting owner Keely Northup to open a second store in the Oklahoma City metro area."Some people say it's an aftereffect of 9/11, as a way of dealing with stress," said Northup, who opened...
Lunchman Cometh: New Businessmen in Tulsa Aim to Create the 'Google for the Restaurant Industry'
Any restaurant would be fine. ... As long as it has vegetarian plates. But nothing too spicy. Italian or fish would be good if it's available. And in the range of about $8 to $13 a plate.Oh, and Ted is coming to lunch, too, and you know how picky he...
OKC Events: October 2, 2007
Four elegant and rarely open-to-the-public manses opened their doors to members of the prestigious Allied Arts Circle Club for a progressive Sunday brunch. Host homes in the gated community of Outabounds were those of Amy Amundsen, David and Laurie Box,...
Oklahoma Conservation Commission to Seek Additional Dollars
It's well-known that Oklahoma's weather fluctuates frequently, but this year may have been unusual for state standards. Those weather patterns were explained in part for a request being made by the Oklahoma Conservation Commission on Monday for additional...
Renovated Entrances Set for Penn Square Mall in OKC
New entrances will soon greet visitors at Oklahoma City's Penn Square Mall.Built in 1960 as an open-air lifestyle center, the mall has undergone many changes over the years. The new entrances are intended to match extensive interior renovations that...
Retailer Adds 3 Stores, Tests Christmas Sales in Tulsa Market
Two years ago University of Kentucky business undergrad Nick Miller saw an opportunity in Halloween seasonal sales and opened a two-month Halloween Express superstore in Tulsa.Last year the family operation added one in Norman and one in Oklahoma City.This...
The Century Club: John Sabolich
There's a story that goes something like this:One day, a Russian man, who had lost both legs, arrived at an American airport. His friends, family and neighbors had raised the money he needed to travel such a long distance.This man spoke only one word...
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