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Oklahoma bank set to grow

  “For nearly 120 years, our bank has had the personality of a community bank feel with large bank resources, and we will continue to operate as such,” Stillwater CEO Mark Funke said. “This charter consolidation and new name allows us to be unified as one bank and one brand across our entire footprint.” Russ

Bottom dollar

In June, Oklahoma State University requested that the Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges keep tuition and fees at current levels. Although the regents approved the proposal, tuition and fees for out-of-state students will increase. “Each year, the decision regarding tuition rates is a difficult one,” says OSU President Burns Hargis.


NORTHEAST OnCue CEO Jim Griffith marked 3 million gallons of compressed natural gas sold in Oklahoma over the past three years at the store on N.E. 23rd and Broadway Extension. He says CNG consistently has been about $1.35 per gallon, which translates to $6 million in consumer savings for those who have fueled their vehicles

InterWorks Inc.

U.S. Corporate Headquarters: Stillwater Website: interworks.com Year Founded: 1996 CEO: Behfar Jahanshahi Status: Private Full-Time Employees in State: 66 Part-Time Employees in State: 0 Founded in 1996, InterWorks started with computer networking and technical support services, but grew quickly with the needs of its clients by expanding into web strategy, business intelligence and software development.

Ideal Homes of Norman LP

U.S. Corporate Headquarters: Norman Website: ideal-homes.com Year Founded: 1990 President of Sales and Co-owner: Vernon McKown Status: Private Full-Time Employees in State: 82 Part-Time Employees in State: 31 Serving the Oklahoma City metro and Stillwater areas, Ideal Homes offers five product lines and more than 60 floor plans, with 150 elevations ranging from 1,000 to

Executive boot camp

Throughout the school year, Ostas serves as the James J. Harlow Jr. chair of Business Ethics and as professor of legal studies in Norman. But each summer, his law degree and Ph.D. in economics go with him as he meets with his counterparts in Stillwater for the Executive Education Partnership program, created in 1995 by

Farm to table

That’s when the the skies seemingly parted and the Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center stepped in. Now, Harrington has six full-time employees with an additional eight she brings in to handle larger orders for Earth Elements, which takes the seconds and the surpluses of local farmers and processes them into a variety