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Although cliques, drama and other headaches may be associated with workplace friendships, organizations should follow the examples of Google, Zappos and Southwest Airlines in promoting... [Read More]
The people at the Oklahoma State Fair are missing the food that makes the fair special each year, and they thought you might be, too,... [Read More]
Following a recent decision from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, the U.S. Department of Labor has issued revised Families... [Read More]
The Tulsa Mayor's Office of Economic Development on Thursday announced $5 million will be made available in zero-interest loans to be awarded to prospective applicants... [Read More]
An Oklahoma Senate interim study examined the potential to make permanent changes that the Oklahoma Legislature made this year to the state's open meeting law... [Read More]
A new roadway has opened in Stilwell that is the first step in the city's economic development project to bring new businesses and jobs to... [Read More]
Expert: Employers are facing issues such as whether employees can be required to wear masks and whether to grant special accommodations. [Read More]
The U.S. Air Force and Oklahoma State University have agreed to a five-year partnership that will develop research projects and create new educational opportunities for... [Read More]
Though some classes were canceled, the state's career technology centers were able to adapt to provide training that needed to go forward. [Read More]
The Journal Record Week in Review for the week ending Sept. 25, 2020. [Read More]
It has been a tumultuous year for Oklahoma's oil and natural gas industry, but better days may soon be ahead. [Read More]
The state of New Mexico is strongly objecting to federal nuclear regulators' preliminary recommendation that a license be granted to build a multibillion-dollar storage facility... [Read More]
While Alaska's Republican governor continues promoting the oil industry underpinning the state's economy, he also has expressed interest in renewable energy projects. [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration has awarded grants to the Chickasaw Nation and the Cherokee Nation. [Read More]
YWCA Tulsa and the Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women have opened nominations for the 2021 Pinnacle Awards event. [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration has awarded the state of Oklahoma a $7.35 million grant to establish a State Veterans Cemetery in... [Read More]
A new planning process called East Edmond 2050 is underway and city officials and staff are asking the public to share their thoughts. [Read More]
Sterling Auxiliaries and its parent company, Artek Surfin Chemicals, have agreed to acquire the land and assets associated with Baker Hughes' Sand Springs chemicals manufacturing... [Read More]
Boeing Co. has committed to donating $60,000 to support the unmanned aerial vehicle program at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County. [Read More]
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