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Articles from October 25, 2012

Artist, Foundry Install Route 66 Sculpture in Tulsa
The reared horse rested in its cables as Texas artist Robert Summers spoke with Clint Howard about positioning its bronze hooves.Summers then took hold of the sculpture as Howard's team from the Deep in the Heart Art Foundry adjusted the horse's stance...
Commentary: Fourth Reading: About That Thing Called Tort Reform
Back in May, a frail, elderly man died in Claremore.Jay Minter wasn't well-known, except to his family. He was a veteran, retired, with a wife, children and other family members.Minter played by the rules.Then, when his health began to deteriorate, he...
Commentary: Free Market Friday: Time to Decide
Welcome to the homestretch. We have rounded third and are thundering down the base path toward Nov. 6. While Monday's snooze- fest didn't provide any excitement compared to the near-mixed martial arts title bout of its predecessor, the third presidential debate...
Commentary: Lot Lines: Towering Glory
This past week will likely go down as one of the most monumental in the history of downtown Oklahoma City. The 51-story Devon Energy Center was dedicated. After three years of work, the tower has completed its ascent above the city skyline, and will...
Consulting Company capSpire to Expand Tulsa Workforce
The amount of data generated in the commodity trading and risk management field has grown exponentially over the past decade.Business analysis has grown over the past 15 to 20 years because companies want to take an enterprise and see all the activity...
Diabetes Center in Oklahoma City Receives $10.8 Million Grant
A major multimillion-dollar grant was awarded to advance diabetes research, University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced Thursday at a press conference at the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center.Researchers at the center received $10.8 million for...
Elevations: Addition to Utica Place in Tulsa
Had the economic winds proved more favorable, Utica Place might have turned out like a Utica Plaza on steroids.Both concepts by developer John Bumgarner boasted Class A offices and sheltered parking cast in Mediterranean styling. Both boasted real estate...
OKC Events: October 25, 2012
Children of all ages, their parents and friends are invited to Oklahoma City's Paseo Arts District for its Magic Lantern Celebration on Sunday. On Paseo, children can jump into their own creativity and have fun doing it with a different twist on Halloween tradition.Community...
Oklahoma City Council Revisits Greyhound Bus Terminal Decision
City officials are reconsidering a request to relocate the Greyhound bus terminal from downtown to east of the Bricktown district.The city Planning Commission recently approved an application for a special zoning permit to operate a new bus terminal...
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett Buys Bricktown Condo
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett has purchased a Bricktown residential loft from a Devon Energy Corp. real estate unit, public records show.The property at 200 S. Oklahoma Ave. is part of the Centennial Lofts north of the Harkins movie theater on the...
Stokely Event Center in Tulsa Boosts Capacity with Second Facility
Stokely Event Center owner Sam Stokely boosted his event-hosting capacity fivefold by adding a second Tulsa facility.Armed with a 25-year lease, Stokely reopened the 26,000-square- foot Tulsa Event Center with an open house Thursday evening. That 2625...
Tenants of First National Center in Downtown OKC Say Not Much Has Changed after Sale
First National Center's new ownership group remains tight-lipped about its plans for the downtown landmark, but tenants said they believe the new owners are still connected to Milbank Real Estate CEO Aaron Yashouafar and that nothing much has changed.There...
The Journal Record Business Briefs: October 25, 2012
Moleculera Labs receives i2E investmentOKLAHOMA CITY - The StartOK Fund recently made a $270,000 investment in Oklahoma City- based Moleculera Labs.Moleculera Labs is a life sciences company developing a test for children suffering from neurologic disorders associated...
University of Oklahoma Political Science Professor Offers View on Judicial Rankings Skirmish
The fight between business and industry groups and the Oklahoma Bar Association isn't just about voter information, but instead is the initial skirmish in a battle that could be called Tort Reform Version 2.0.At least that's how one state political scientist...
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