By Richard Mize Real Estate Editor firstname.lastname@example.orgTrouble rumbled again for Kevin Durant's property investments.
The former Thunder forward just sold his specially remodeled, three-story, double-condo in Deep Deuce for $1.1 million — $400,000 less than he was asking.
That was after having to suck it up and list it last fall for $1.5 million — nearly $270,000 less than he paid for the two separate homes he remodeled to combine in 2013.
He paid another $1.3 million or so for the remodeling.
And the trimming he took on the 7,000-square-foot condo at 420 NE 2 was on top of a reduced price he accepted for his more traditional home in Gaillardia in March 2016.
Then, he took $925,000 for a home and guesthouse totaling 5,733 square feet that he paid $1,799,500 for in 2011.
By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor email@example.comAs several oil and natural gas industry-related bills are working their way through the Legislature, lawmakers are calling on the industry to reach a consensus.
That's a good goal, but also a challenging feat for such a big industry with so many varying interests.
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A: Communications, whether public relations, marketing, advertising or journalism, is changing at warp speed.
By Bryan Painter For The OklahomanWildfires that ripped across areas of the Panhandle and northwest Oklahoma in early March generated much destruction.
However, the days and weeks since have yielded a steady stream of acts of kindness directed toward the farmers and ranchers impacted by the wildfires.
That continued Wednesday as Devon Energy presented a 2012 Chevy 1500 extended cab, four-wheel-drive pickup to R.