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    • Youth asset study : implications for improving the health of Oklahoma's youth.

    • Risk taking (Psychology) in adolescence--Oklahoma.; Teenagers--Health risk assessment--Oklahoma.; Health behavior in adolescence--Oklahoma.; Teenagers--Oklahoma--Social conditions.
    • The Youth Asset Study, indicates there are a number of youth assets that may contribute to health risk reduction among adolescents.; Youth assets are COMMUNITY, FAMILY, AND INDIVIDUAL factors that help youth avoid risk behaviors and increase the...
    • Your side of the fence

    • Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation--Periodicals.;Landowners--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • published three times a year for those enrolled in the ODWC's landowner assistance programs
    • Your money matters : your money, your way

    • Finance, Personal.
    • helps adults with fewer resources find new strategies for managing their money; Welcome to Your Money, Your Way.; You deal with money every day–whether it’s paying bills or just worrying about having enough. You already know what you should be...
    • Oil and gas industry deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Petroleum industry and trade--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Petroleum workers--Safety measures.; Gas industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Gas industry--Employees--Safety measures.
    • From 1998 to 2008, 129 people were killed in oil and gas-related incidents in Oklahoma (11% of all work-related deaths in Oklahoma during this time).
    • Work-related motor vehicle crash deaths, Oklahoma, 2007

    • Crash injuries--Oklahoma.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • A total of 5,657 work-related deaths occurred in the United States in 2007. Of these, one fourth (1,141) were highway incidents. In Oklahoma, there were 36 work-related motor vehicle crash fatalities on public roads in 2007 (5% of all traffic crash...
    • Mobile machinery-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Mobile cranes--Safety measures.; Mobile cranes--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Hoisting machinery--Safety measures.; Hoisting machinery--Accidents--Oklahoma.
    • The use of large, mobile machinery results in many injuries and deaths each year in the United States. From 1998 to 2008, 89 people were killed in non-farming mobile machinery related incidents in Oklahoma.
    • Western Oklahoma State College

    • Western Oklahoma State College--Auditing.
    • We have audited the accompanying statements of net assets of Western Oklahoma State College (the “College”), a component unit of the State of Oklahoma, as of June 30, 2010 and 2009, and the related statements of revenues, expenses, and changes...
    • Annual report

    • Workers' compensation--Law and legislation--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;Judicial statistics--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
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    • State of the county's health report : Woodward County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Woodward County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Woodward County. ; Woodward County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • State of the county's health report : Woods County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Woods County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Woods County. ; Woods County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • SoonerCare companion, winter 2013

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    • Keep an "Eye" on Your Vision; Signs that a child may have vision problems include; Controlling Gestational Diabetes; After & Between Pregnancy, Talk with your health care provider to stay healthy; SoonerRide Will Not Take Additional Child...
    • Issues & answers, winter 2013, v.20 no.1

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    • Physicians Cautioned On Social Media Use; Only Note PMP Check In Medical Record; National Board Action Recap; Recovery Programs For Oklahoma Health Professionals; Responsible Opioid Prescribing Book Now Available; Review Cases For The Board;
    • In pursuit of justice, winter 2013, v.6 no.1

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    • Woman Convicted of Murder, Sentenced to 25 Years For Shoving Her Husband Out of High-Rise Window; Meet the Prosecutor: Nalani Ching; Victory Christian Youth Leader Pleads Guilty to Rape of 13-Year-Old, Sentenced to 55 Years in Prison; Four Pastors,...
    • What you need to know about... wind barbs

    • Winds--Speed--Measurement.; Meteorology--Charts, diagrams, etc.; Wind power--Oklahoma.
    • Wind barbs are a convenient way to represent both wind direction and speed. Wind barbs have three parts: a dot, a staff and feathers or flags.
    • The wildside, 05/01/2013

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    • It's that time again to watch for scissortails! Scissor-tailed flycatchers are now in Oklahoma for the summer after migrating north from the tropics. Oklahoma is one of only seven states in which the birds nest.; Bat Watches Are Back; Prairie After...
    • The wildside, 12/18/2013

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    • 2014 Winter Bird Feeder Survey; Species Spotlight: Cedar Waxwing by Kelly Adams; Set Your Eyes for Eagles; Game Warden Honored as Wildlife Officer of the Year by Don P. Brown [Dru Polk]; Last-Minute Gifts for Outdoor Enthusiasts;
    • Wildfires in Oklahoma

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma.
    • Fire is a naturally occurring process in all of the native ecosystems throughout Oklahoma and a recent study found that 74 percent of the residents of our state believe fire is necessary to manage the land1, but don’t want fire in their backyard....
    • Wild side.

    • Oklahoma. Wildlife Diversity Program--Periodicals.;Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "The Wildlife Diversity Program monitors and manages the state's wildlife and fish species that are not hunted or fished."
    • White ash (Fraxinus americana)

    • Champion trees--Oklahoma.; White ash--Oklahoma.
    • ID#: 401 Owner: City of Bartlesville, Johnstone Park; Common in moist soil of valleys and uplands in flood plain, white oak and oak-hickory forets, especially on limestone, eastern 1/3 of Oklahoma.
    • What are your rights as an employee?

    • Employee rights--Oklahoma.
    • Q: What kind of qualifications can an employer require job applicants to have?; Q: What is age discrimination?; Q: What else may constitute illegal employment dis­crimination?; Q: What should I do if I believe I have been discriminated...
    • Western forage production guide

    • Forage--West (U.S.)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Sorghum--West (U.S.)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • Welcome to the United Sorghum Checkoff Program’s Western Forage Production Handbook. We have integrated research from various sources to produce an easy-to-use guide that can help farmers manage their crop more efficiently. Sorghum has tremendous...
    • Oklahoma County wellness score 2014 : community health status assessment.

    • Oklahoma County (Okla.)--Statistics, medical.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Public health--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.
    • The Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) utilizes the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP) tool to conduct community-wide health needs assessments. The MAPP process engages a broad, and diverse coalition of...
    • Weatherization assistance profile

    • Dwellings--Energy conservation--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Poor--Energy assistance--Oklahoma.
    • Generally defined, weatherization protects a building from sunlight, precipitation and wind, reducing the overall level of energy use required to keep the building’s inhabitants comfortable. Common weatherization projects include replacing doors...
    • Waterways

    • Inland water transportation--Oklahoma.; McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.
    • Movement of cargo by inland waterway tends to be comprised of the least time sensitive and heavy bulk commodities. Ports and waterways are an important component of Oklahoma’s network for transporting these goods. The MKARNS waterway links...
    • Watershed based plan for the Illinois River Watershed

    • Watershed management--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Arkansas.; Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Watershed restoration--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed restoration--Arkansas.; Watershed...
    • The Illinois River watershed spans the Oklahoma-Arkansas border in the northeastern part of the state and is located in Benton, Washington, and Crawford Counties in Arkansas and Delaware, Adair, Cherokee, and Sequoyah Counties in Oklahoma.; This...
    • Watershed based plan for the Fort Cobb Watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Fort Cobb Reservoir...
    • The Fort Cobb Watershed covers 314 square miles in southwestern Oklahoma in Caddo, Washita, and Custer Counties. Ft. Cobb Reservoir’s designated beneficial uses include public and private water supply, warm water aquatic community, agriculture,...
    • Oklahoma water news, 1st qtr 2014

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    • Hot Spot Meetings Help Target Conservation Projects; From the Director; Water Appreciation Day May 19, 2014; OWRB Financing Programs Receive Another top Rating; Gov. Fallin Urges Water Conservation as Drought Continues; GMAP Adds Eight Aquifers for...
    • Oklahoma water news, 4th qtr 2012

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    • Annual Report of OWRB Activities for 2012; Initial Implementation of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan; Water for 2060 Advisory Council; Passage of State Question 764; Instream Flow Workgroup; OCWP Public Water Supply Planning Guide; Water Use...
    • Oklahoma water news, 3rd qtr 2012

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    • OWRB Awards Grants, Take Action to Mitigate Worsening Drought; Water for 2060 33rd Annual Governor's Water Conference 10th Annual OWRB Water Research Symposium; Facts About State Question 764 and the Status of Oklahoma's Water future; OWRB Offers...
    • Water quality primer

    • Water quality--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma.
    • This booklet is an introduction to water resources and pollution ecology. Many people feel that water pollution is an issue, but they do not necessarily know why various pollutants are a problem.; The 'Water Quality Primer' provides basic,...
    • Water policy & related recommendations for Oklahoma

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.; Water-supply--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • The following report was developed for the 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan and presents the results of an unprecedented four-year process to develop water policy and related recommendations to address the state’s current and...
    • State of the county's health report : Washita County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Washita County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Washita County. ; Washita County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...

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