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Canary Resources Inc.
Canary Resources Inc. Appoints Les McCormick to its Board of Directors
TORONTO, April 1, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Canary Resources Inc. ("Canary") (Pink Sheets:CYRR), a coalbed methane (CBM) company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lester C. McCormick of Spring, Texas, to its Board of Directors. Les McCormick, a Certified Professional Landman with over twenty years of experience in all areas of the oil and gas industry, is a Vice President of Associated Resources, Inc. of Houston, Texas and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Oregon State Selects Industry Leader FieldTurf for Reser Stadium
CORVALLIS, Ore., April 1, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Yet another major NCAA Division 1-A university has selected FieldTurf for installation at its football stadium. Oregon State has chosen FieldTurf for Reser Stadium, the home of the Beavers. The announcement was jointly made today by OSU Director of Athletics Bob De Carolis and FieldTurf CEO John Gilman. The installation will begin later this month, forcing the relocation of Oregon State's annual spring game. The new FieldTurf surface will have its official football debut when the Beavers host Portland State in the 2005 season opener on September 3.
John D. Oil and Gas Company
Liberty Self-Stor Announces Results of a Special Meeting of Stockholders
CLEVELAND, April 1, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Liberty Self-Stor, Inc. (OTCBB:LSSI) announced today the results of its March 31st special meeting of stockholders. Stockholders were asked to vote on a proposal to sell substantially all of Liberty's assets to U-Store-It pursuant to the terms of an asset purchase agreement more fully described in a proxy statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on February 7, 2005. The proposal was approved by two-thirds of the outstanding shares of Liberty common stock represented in person or by proxy at the special meeting. Liberty intends to consummate the sale of its assets to U-Store-It as soon as practicable.
Have You Googled Your CEO Lately?
WESTPORT, Conn., April 1, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- At about the same time that the noun "Google" evolved into the verb "to Google," the ever-evolving Internet created a new problem for senior executives and their PR handlers - dealing with an explosion of personal information about CEOs on the Web that threatens their privacy as well as the potential safety of their families.