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By Nick Tankersley, The Oklahoman Jul. 22--iPhone users are pleasantly surprised to find that the development team behind NewsOK.com has already anticipated the launch of the iPhone 3G with a custom site built specifically for iPhone users.
By Don Mecoy, The Oklahoman Jul. 21--TULSA -- Lenders today seized control of SemGroup Energy Partners, exercising their rights under agreements with the financially troubled parent of the Tulsa energy partnership.
By Steve Lackmeyer, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Jul. 19--American Airlines will cut 1,500 jobs in its maintenance division, but will continue to maintain a "major operation in Tulsa," a spokesman said Friday.
By Robert Medley, The Oklahoman Jul. 21--KINGFISHER COUNTY -- Brent Snider said he is more worried about his children's health than the view from the living room.
By Jack Money, The Oklahoman Jul. 20--* The Blue Canyon Wind Power project, in Comanche and Caddo counties, generates about 225 megawatts of power. The project uses 45 turbines, each capable of generating 1.65 megawatts and 84 turbines, each capable of generating 1.8 megawatts.
By Michael Kimball, The Oklahoman Jul. 20--Oklahoma cemetery industry leaders say they've been fighting thefts of bronze vases on grave markers for several years, coinciding with a sharp rise in copper prices. But a bill signed last month by Gov.
By John David Sutter, The Oklahoman Jul. 20--ON SPRING CREEK -- To leap into the cool blue waters of this hidden northeast Oklahoma creek is to jump back to a time when water was clean and life was simple, locals say. "It's very spiritual," said Jennifer Owen, who swims here almost every day.
By Jack Money, The Oklahoman Jul. 19--This week's precipitous drop in oil prices is temporary and not a trend, at least one state industry expert predicts.
By Matthew Price, The Oklahoman Jul. 19--NORMAN -- Believe the hype, according to fans attending midnight screenings of "The Dark Knight" in Norman and across the metro.
By Matthew Price, The Oklahoman Jul. 18--NORMAN -- Believe the hype, according to fans attending midnight "The Dark Knight" screenings in Norman and across the metro.