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    • FY 2010 central Oklahoma bike to work day activities

    • Bicycle commuting--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.
    • This report describes the regional planning and coordination of the May 2010 Bike to Work Day. The report provides detailed route maps for each city that participated in the regional event.; The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG),...
    • OHS extra! : read all about it!

    • Oklahoma Historical Society--Periodicals.; Oklahoma--History--Periodicals.
    • Weekly Email Newsletter; Keep up to date with events, news and developments at the Oklahoma Historical Society with our weekly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox.; Produced by the Membership and Development Office of the Oklahoma...
    • The Oklahoma bar journal

    • Law--Periodicals--Oklahoma.;Bar associations--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Law reports, digests, etc.--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Bar Journal is a publication of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
    • Inside OKDHS

    • Oklahoma. Department of Human Services--Periodicals.
    • "Inside OKDHS is published for employees and retirees of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services"
    • Tank times

    • Health promotion--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Tank Times was created as a novel way to help educate your employees on health-related topics.; Originally designed for posting in facility/office restrooms, it can now be utilized on bulletin boards or in hallways or restrooms.
    • CY 2011 central Oklahoma bike to work day activities

    • Bicycle commuting--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.;
    • The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG), METRO Transit, Cleveland Area Rapid Transit (CART), the cities of Oklahoma City, Moore, Norman, Edmond, Guthrie, Yukon, Midwest City, and regional bicycling advocates coordinated the seventh...
    • Campus e-clips, 11/16/2005

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    • Langston's Rehabilitation Counseling Program secures $3.5 million in federal grants; Bricktown mosaic project brings community together; Capital bond funds headed to campuses; OSU unveils aggressive new marketing campaign; USAO students spend fall...
    • Preservation Oklahoma News.

    • Historic preservation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Historic preservation--Periodicals.
    • A joint project of the State Historic Preservation Office and Preservation Oklahoma; the newsletter of Oklahoma's historic preservation community
    • Southeastern update, 11/2011

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    • $2 million grant will assist Native American students; Homecoming 2011; Native American Symposium set for Nov. 3-4; Native November activities planned; Homecoming: The Tradition continues; Alumni return to teach in the classroom;
    • Economic indicators [Claremore, Okla.]

    • Rogers State University. Innovation Center--Periodicals.; Craig County (Okla.)--Economic conditions--Periodicals.; Delaware County (Okla.)--Economic conditions--Periodicals.; Mayes County (Okla.)--Economic conditions--Periodicals.; Nowata County...
    • The Center for Economic & Community Development at Rogers State University publishes quarterly reports of economic indicators for Claremore and the surrounding region.--v.1 no.1; The Innovation Center is charged with fostering economic development...
    • Annual report

    • Oklahoma. Department of Environmental Quality--Periodicals.; Environmental protection--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • .... to enhance the quality of life in Oklahoma and protect the health of its citizens by protecting, preserving and restoring the water, land and air of the state, thus fostering a clean, attractive, healthy, prosperous and sustainable environment.
    • OMPA outlet, 12/2013 v.29 no.12

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    • Sherif Smith emphasizes ATTITUDE in his presentation "Laughter is Lawful"; Altus Power receives MESO achievement award; General Manager's Report - 2014 Published Rates Increase; Board Report - November 14, 2013; From the Board chair - The Board's...
    • The Sutton newsletter, winter 2002 v.19

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    • Tracking the Chicks...; A Few Words from the Executive director...; Bioblitz 2002 by Dan L. Reinking; 2002 Eagle news by M. Alan Jenkins; An Evening with National Geographic's Joel Sartore by Becky dixon; ...in the shortgrass prairies of New...
    • Campus e-clips, 05/2013 v.12 no.3

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    • Governor's Cup Winners Revealed; Wadley Clinic at NSU Improves Literacy of 89-Year-Old Veteran; OSU-OKC Student Finds Real-World Experience Beneficial for Future; SWOSU Student Named OMRF Fleming Scholar; UCO Student Honored With American College...
    • Southeastern update, 09/2013

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    • New Savage Storm Mascot Unveiled; Wilkerson named Brad Henry International Scholar [Demetra Wilkerson]; Faculty Symposium encourages exchange of ideas; Stormcoming Homecoming 2013; Freshman Convocation;
    • Annual report, 2011/12

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    • In a year of preparation for dramatic change in private and public health coverage in this country, the Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) continued its tradition of efficiently and responsibly purchasing health goods and services for nearly 1...
    • Campus e-clips, 02/2012 v.11 no.2

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    • Northeastern State University ROTC Instructor Burrus Receives Purple Heart; Economic Summit Includes Good News for State of Oklahoma; Cox Named Recipient of Distinguished Service Award From OSRHE; SWOSU Forms Dual Degree Program for Pharmacy...
    • The safety signal, 10/2012

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    • Dust storm causes nightmare, renders drivers helpless; Troop F news [Miles Anderson]; FBI applauds efforts of highway patrol; Repeat success in second retiree gathering; eViews [John Looper, Richard Van Horn; Examiner first to receive the Employee...
    • OMPA outlet, 12/2012, v.28 no.12

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    • From trash to treasure by Louise Red Corn; Energy Services Update...: All-Employee Training; "How to Prepare a CUP Application"; Free Energy Audits Will Continue; Geothermal "Loop-Lease" Programs; General manager's Report by Cindy L. Holman "Energy...
    • TravelOK enewsletter, 03/2014

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    • Oklahoma City's Vibrant Asian Food Scene Revealed; Best St. Patrick's Day Bashes in Oklahoma; Oklahoma's Top Spring Events; Ten Most Beautiful Places in Oklahoma; Spring Break Ideas;
    • Campus e-clips, 03/2014, v.14 no.2

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    • State Regents Recognize Institution, Business Partnerships; OU Recognized as First Public University in the Nation to Win Davis Cup; Governor Helps Launch Math and Science Teacher Initiative at OSU; Anti-Tornado Safety Vest Takes Top Honors at Rose...
    • Currents, spring 2013

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    • Plans and Projects, Daniel S. Sullivan; GRDA gets good news from credit rating agency; GRDA, other large public power utilities discuss tax exempt bond issue; Grand Lake shoreline cleanup, a collaborative effort; Team GRDA helps make Bassmaster...
    • OHS extra!, 06/25/2014

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    • "Hotel Calmez: Clinton's Beacon on Route 66" Exhibit; New Oklahoma Historic Places Register Listings; Oklahoma Humanities Council Awards Oklahoma History Center Outreach Grant;
    • Ageless times, 11-12/2012

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    • Medicare Part D Prescription Coverage: Check-Up Time Is Here; Stillwater Senior Center, Payne County; Attention People Over 65: Don't Fall Victim to Influenza This Year; Treating Depression in Older Adults; COEDD Welcomes New Caregiver Respite...
    • Online news, 11/2011, no. 7

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    • Thankful for our Partners; Default Prevention Business Expert Group; Save Time and Money (and Sanity) this Thanksgiving; UCanGo2's College Planning Checklists; Save the Date: NT4CM Training for Counselors; College Fair Season: It's a Wrap!; Net...
    • Campus e-clips, 03/25/2009

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    • TCC Gives First Look at Air Traffic Control Program and Training Facility; Northeastern State University Celebrates Founders Day; RSU Celebrates Centennial With New Building, Fanfare; FAFSA is First Step in Getting Financial Aid: Money for College...
    • Insight, 05/2012

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    • May 2012 is Older Americans Month; Public Fleet Conversion Program Grants Awarded; Rural Economic Development Enhanced with 2012 REAP Grants; More than $1 Million Awarded for Transportation Services Improvement; INCOG Receives National Planning...

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