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News Article - 08.11.2009

OKC-area Grace Living Centers earn national awards

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Grace Living Centers across Oklahoma announced Aug. 10 that 10 of its state locations have earned top national honors in long-term care. All 10 have been selected to receive National Quality Award-Step 1 honors, which recognize their strong ongoing commitment to quality improvement in long-term care. Read more
News Article - 04.15.2010

Metro-area cities showing slight improvement with April sales tax distribution

Oklahoma City experienced its 14th consecutive drop, but by far the lowest negative dip to date. Read more
News Article - 09.23.2009

Whatever happened to that? Part Five

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In the Oklahoma City metro area and its surrounding communities, many development projects have been planned, talked about or reported as forthcoming. Looking back, some projects took off and did well, while others never came to fruition, or simply fell off of people\'s radar. Read more
News Article - 05.25.2010

Compass briefs: First American Bank begins construction in Norman

The new facility on Highway 9 West in Norman will replace the bank\'s current site at 570 24th Avenue NW. Read more
News Article - 07.13.2010

OKC experiences third consecutive sales tax increase; two metro area cities show declines

Oklahoma City experiences its third consecutive increase after 14 successive drops. Read more
News Article - 01.23.2010

Oklahoma\'s Department of Corrections plans relocations

The Department of Corrections said Jan. 20 it will relocate two employee training facilities to the Highway Patrol Training Center in Oklahoma City to save $600,000. Read more
Profiles - 02.24.2009

New convention director urges on Norman

College football, good food and a nice place to spend a fall afternoon: It\'s long been the city of Norman\'s tourism shtick. Read more
News Article - 01.26.2010

As sales tax collections continue to decline, OKC braces for never-before-seen budget cuts

Until spending improves for the long term to boost sales tax collections, Oklahoma City departments will be cutting budgets at a level unlike any seen before. Read more
News Article - 04.23.2009

Oklahoma governor requests federal assistance after wildfires

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Gov. Brad Henry requested federal disaster aid for Oklahomans impacted by recent wildfires April 22. Read more
News Article - 04.02.2010

Agio Technology brings jobs, educational opportunities to Oklahoma

Agio opened its Norman headquarters in January and has since added 26 employees, with plans of exceeding 40 by the end of the year. Read more