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Articles from October 30, 2015

Around Town: Local Vase Gets $2M+
Did you hear? A rare Chinese vase from Oklahoma City brought in more than $2 million at Christie's New York.Actually, Christie's achieved $2,045,000 for the magnificent and very rare large Celadon-glazed, carved moon flask, from the Estate of Marylin...
Murphy Says Corporation Commission Has Clear Authority to Regulate Disposal Wells
OKLAHOMA CITY - Commissioner Dana Murphy said Friday that the Oklahoma Corporation Commission has unequivocal authority to regulate the oil and gas industry to prevent earthquakes.In a presentation to lawmakers, she outlined the statutory authority that...
OCU Opens New Economic Research Centers
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City University has launched three new economic research centers, Dean Steven Agee said Friday.The OCU Meinders School of Business centers are dedicated to domains that have been highly sought by the state and regional business...
Osage County Producer Says BIA Is Retaliating for Lawsuits against Jewell
TULSA - Paul Revard is having a hard time getting a permit to work on his oil wells in Osage County.The owner of Revard Oil and Gas Properties Inc. said a federal agency told drillers like him to file open records requests to view documents that are...
Phillips 66 Beats 3Q Profit Forecasts
HOUSTON (JR) - Phillips 66 on Friday reported third-quarter profit of $1.58 billion, up from $1.2 billion for the third quarter of 2014.On a per-share basis, the Houston-based company said it had profit of $2.90. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring...
Sale of Pheasant Run Apartments Turns Heads
TULSA - An affiliate of the Mental Health Association Oklahoma has bought south Tulsa's 220-unit Pheasant Run Apartments for $11.36 million, according to ARA, A Newmark Company.The 40-year-old Pheasant Run immediately becomes the flagship in a portfolio...
Small Business Sales in OKC Buck National Trend
OKLAHOMA CITY - The sale of businesses in the Oklahoma City metro area climbed significantly in the third quarter of the year, running counter to a nationwide trend, according to data by online broker BizBuySell.com.The numbers suggest Oklahoma City...
Task Forces Seek Solutions to Teacher Shortage
OKLAHOMA CITY - In the effort to lure hundreds of teachers into Oklahoma classrooms, the State Department of Education and other stakeholders are meeting in small working groups as part of the Teacher Shortage Task Force.The group, which was announced...
These Walls: Military History Center
BROKEN ARROW - Entrepreneurialism may not be the first thing on your mind when stepping into Broken Arrow's 6,600-square-foot Military History Center.But as visitors stroll among the museum's 2,000-plus artifacts that stretch back more than a century,...
Worst Is Yet to Come, Economist Says at Forecasting Event
EDMOND - On Thursday evening, area leaders, developers, real estate brokers and bankers gathered at the University of Central Oklahoma to hear from Oklahoma City University economist Russell Evans.He gave the group economic news they may not have been...
'Zero Plans': Villa Teresa Buyer Says It Will Immediately Relist Property
OKLAHOMA CITY - A local developer has purchased a former Catholic school in Midtown.The Ross Group Construction Corp., which has had an Oklahoma City office since 1998, purchased Villa Teresa for $4.75 million, said Steve Reeser, the Keller Williams...
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