Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Briefly.In Oklahoma

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Briefly.In Oklahoma

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announced a new organizational structure of its general partner, Samson Properties Inc., in which Samson Properties is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samson Investment Co., a newly formed corporation.

Also, the board of directors of Samson Properties Inc. was expanded to seven members.

The cashflow, general operations and ongoing plans of Sampson of Sampson Energy to acquire producing properties will not be affected by this organization change, the firm said.

Samson Resources Co., formerly the parent of Sampson Energy's general partner, is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samson Investment Co.

Samson Properties Inc. appointed three of its officers to its board of directors--Douglas F. Beineman, Jack A. Canon and Dennis R. Neill. Charles Schusterman, Alan W. Carlton, D. Frank Collins andC. Philip Tholen will continue to serve as directors of Samson Properties.

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Oklahoma Indian tribes have received more than $5 million out of a $59.6 million job program grant for Indians nationwide, Department of Labor officials announced.

Oklahoma Indians' share of the grant is $5,086,938, with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma getting the largest portion at $1,395,884, the Labor Department reported.

The Labor Department funds are designed to promote job skills and opportunities of 188 Indian tribes and other Indian organizations, the labor office said.

This year's grant is in addition to $13.2 million given earlier to some of the tribes for summer employment programs for Indian youths, the labor office said.

Although the recipients may design their own programs for the fund, Labor Secretary William E. Brock encourages tribes to make young people age 18-25 the focus of their plans, according to the department.

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STILLWATER - The curator of the Old Central Museum on the Oklahoma State University campus says there's a good reason to hold a 200-acre fund-raising run.

The original OSU campus, says Jimm Showalter, covered 200 acres. …

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