Corn Harvest Underway The week began with firefighters continuing to battle wildfires across the state. Officials estimated over 100,000 acres were burned in the last two weeks and fire danger remains high.
Pursuant to Section 10.02 paragraphs (d) and (e) of the Red River Compact and as directed by the Red River Compact Commission (RRCC), the interstate body overseeing the Compact, the Compact at its Thirty- first Annual Meeting submitted the report...
The Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Act and Recreation; Children's Creek Program, Cassandra Carter; Employee Spotlight, James Hickman, Maintenance Supervisor; Illinois River Hiking Trails; Advocacy Group Cleans Up; Darter Species Unique to Scenic Rivers;
Crop and Pasture Conditions Worsen Temperatures continued to soar across Oklahoma: the average temperature for each of the nine climate districts ranged from 85 to 90 degrees, with average highs from 99 to 104.
Rising Temperatures; Only the furthest eastern part of the state received any significant rainfall from the remnants of Isaac this past week. Most of the state was without any measurable rainfall and temperatures rose from the previous week.