Oklahoma Gazette Announces Forty Under 40 Class of 2017 OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Gazette (OKG) hosted the Forty Under 40 Class of 2017 Awards Reception on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at Vast 2 on the 50th Floor of Devon Tower. The evening provided guests and honorees an opportunity to meet and learn more about each other while taking in…
A trio of judges from Denver evaluated projects submitted by the AIA Central Oklahoma chapter and declared the winners.
Oklahoma needs two things: a relevant energy industry and an infrastructure that gets the energy to the people who are going to use it.
How is it that a teacher’s beginning salary is $31,000 when that amount can easily be made by other positions that hold much less value when it comes to forming the minds of our youth?
8. Thou shalt not pass so many dumb laws.
Chesapeake Energy is suing co-founder and former CEO Aubrey McClendon nearly two years after his departure.
From earthquakes to the state budget, the energy sector is as much a part of our state as natural gas and oil is to the ground under our feet.
The word often conjures images of coif-haired, heavy bottom-lipped gangsters strong-arming balding bespectacled men.
Credit: Brad Gregg Wonder if his board liked the way they looked firing him? Closer to home, SandRidge’s board deemed Ward expendable just months after Aubrey McClendon, with whom Ward had founded Chesapeake Energy, was pushed out by his board. Shareholders these days seem to be more volatile than Glee fans. But don’t cry too…