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Education - 08.01.2011

Creative state

Leader combines education, business in new role as president of Creative Oklahoma

Susan McCalmont’s educational background is in art history. In her business life, she has lobbied on Capitol Hill. Now, after 19 years as the executive director of the Kirkpatrick Foundation, McCalmont is taking her unique skill set to Creative Oklahoma as its first president. Read more
Nonprofits - 08.01.2011

Press on

Local nonprofits try to rebound, but still battle negative press

Listening devices, mysterious cash payments and multimillion-dollar corporations hemorrhaging money while company executives publicly battle with their boards of directors. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

Prenuptial agreement

Edmond wedding industry gets creative

Stephanie Hill and Dewey Beene have sat around more bridal shows than they can count. Taking down names and numbers and handing out business cards at these events had become habit. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

On the road again

Trucking industry seeks drivers as companies increase inventory and pay

In 2009, McCorkle Truck Lines CEO David McCorkle saw the freight transport business in Oklahoma drop a staggering 30% to 40%. Read more
Human Resources - 08.10.2011

Worker's Compensation Symposium set for Aug. 24

Learn the Latest in the Workers' Compensation System from all Facets of the Industry, August 23-24

The upcoming Workers’ Compensation Symposium will feature presentations from a “Who’s Who” of Oklahoma workers’ compensation specialists, along with national experts in the field. Read more
Government - 08.12.2011

Chamber campaign raises nearly $2.7 million

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber raised a record $2,689,470 through its Total Resource Development Campaign, which ended today. Read more
Government - 08.17.2011

City manager announces new hires

It looks as if City Manager Jim Couch is getting some help after hiring two new assistant city managers and a Public Works director.

The Oklahoma City assistant city manager positions will be held by Laura Johnson, former finance director, and Dennis Clowers, former Public Works director. Eric Wenger, MAPS 3 Program Manger, will take over Clowers position as head of Public Works. Read more
Sports - 08.19.2011

Regatta Festival Returns to the Oklahoma River

Oklahoma City University’s Head of the Oklahoma Regatta and the Oklahoma Regatta Festival will return to the Boathouse District on the Oklahoma River next month. Read more
Economy - 08.19.2011

Crude's rollercoaster brings down pump prices

Pump prices across the state have been trending downward lately as the price of oil failed to sustain much upward momentum this week. Oklahoma drivers are now paying an average of $3.434 per gallon for self-serve regular, a 1.6-cent decrease from last week and a dip of 16 cents since the end of July. Nationwide, prices shed 3.1 cents from last week to settle at $3.585 today. Read more
Tourism - 08.24.2011

AAA predicts fewer Oklahomans to travel over Labor Day

Economic uncertainty cited as chief factor.

AAA forecasts 31.5 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Labor Day holiday weekend, a 2.4 percent decrease from the 32.3 million people who traveled one year ago. Read more