program; The Governor's Arts Awards is an annual event recognizing individuals and organizations whose efforts have impacted the arts in their communities or throughout the state. First awarded in 1975, the awards are presented by the Governor...
UCO President Webb testifies at Senate hearing on "Security on College Campuses"; New Web site helps students get ready for college; President Johnson-Sirleaf speaks at Langston University; Eastern breaks ground on first new building in almost 40...
Inside Corrections is an Oklahoma Department of Corrections monthly publication distributed to employees, retirees and friends of criminal justice, to enhance communications and provide information on the development and achievements of this agency.
ECU first in state, few in nation to embed service learning in curriculum; SWOSU student surprised with car; CU scholarship to promote America's Army; USAO alum's 'Bluesman' may see silver screen; NSU Oklahoma Center for Rural Development launches...
Funding issues highlight State Regents' legislative agenda; ECU professor proposes new national park; UCO named official training site for U.S. Paralympics; Redlands student is dedicated to working with adopted horses; NSU professor joins Cornell...
Animals--Oklahoma--Arkansas River.; Plants--Oklahoma--Arkansas River.; American burying beetle--Oklahoma.
In September 2006, the Tulsa District of the USACE began Phase III of the Arkansas River Corridor Study. The purpose of Phase III of the study is to collect baseline environmental data along the Arkansas River Corridor.; The environmental studies...
NOC begins astronomy program; Former Costa Rican president, Nobel Peace Prize recipient visits CU; NSU wildlife forensics academy teaches students how to solve crime scenarios in the wild; Higher Ed's "Cash for College" Program Receives National...
Victims of crimes--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
Mission-Dedicated to treating victims and survivors of crime with respect and sensitivity, which ensures that those hurt by crime are emotionally supported, practically assisted, informed and involved in the criminal justice system, especially...
Task force recommends more training, standard safety plan for Oklahoma's campuses; Dr. Larry Rice named President of Rogers State University; OSU-Okmulgee's watchmaking program receives $1 million grant from Rolex; UCO receives best practices award...
Riparian animals--Ouachita Mountains (Ark. and Okla.); Mussels--Ouachita Mountains (Ark. and Okla.); Freshwater biodiversity--Ouachita Mountains (Ark. and Okla.)
Over the past few years we have been documenting the biodiversity of invertebrates and fishes in major rivers of the Ouachita Uplands. Our surveys involve canoeing rivers and stopping in areas of appropriate habitat to survey mussels, benthic...
OSU-Tulsa named Fit-Friendly Company by the American Heart Association; NSU alum makes Broadway debut; RSC eliminates most Friday classes to save students gas expenses; Two universities create study abroad programs; USAO employee Bill Smith gets...
Book Awards A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
Welcome to the
A Celebration of
Oklahoma Books and Authors
Oklahoma Heritage Association
& Gaylord–Pickens Museum
NW 13 Street...
Central Oklahoma Frontier Country 2012 Annual Awards Outstanding Temporary Exhibit Oklahoma@ the Movies; For the Last Time... Found in Collections Several months ago, we received a large collection of memorabilia from the family of Bob Wills, the...
Oklahoma Book Awards
20th Celebration of
Welcome to the
AWA R D
The Oklahoma Heritage Association
Pioneer Library System/Red Dirt Book...
O2k0lah1om0a Book Awards
Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
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Photographs on the program cover are by David Fitzgerald. Front cover: trees in the water,
Mountain Fork River in Beavers Bend State Park, late fall. Back...
March 6, 1993
to the Fourth Annual
Oklahoma Book Awards
National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center
recipient of the
1993 Arrell Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award
Born in 1903 in Lambert, Oklahoma...
Call for Projects: Air Quality Awareness Grants; Public Engagement All Month Long; Call for Projects: Transportation Alternatives Program; New Travel Time Data; Bike to Work Day 2014; Review the Preliminary TIP;
Community centers--Oklahoma--Evaluation.; After-school programs--Oklahoma.; School children--Services for--Oklahoma.
During the 2009-10 program year, the Oklahoma 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) program served 17,227 students. The students were served by 66 different subgrantees who operated 100 centers located primarily in Central and Eastern...
Bridges--Oklahoma--Creek County.; Bridges--Oklahoma--History.; Creek County (Okla.)--History.
The Sand Creek Pratt Pony Truss Bridge was constructed in 1913 by the Kansas City Bridge Company of Kansas City, Missouri. The structure is a good example of its type. Additionally, the bridge is significant because it illustrates the development...
Continued increases in financial aid highlight higher education's 2005-06 budget; 'Carrie'd away - Another NSU success story' Rose State becoming storm ready; Cameron's CETES lands first tenants; State colleges receive extra funding for graduating...
A monthly newsletter to keep you informed about Smart Start Oklahoma; News; Community corner; Are you a friend of Smart Start?; Early Ed Research, News, and Policy Briefs; A Word from the Executive Director... Debra Andersen;
Veteran's Day--Oklahoma.; Civics--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Citizenship--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Education--Curricula--Oklahoma.;
This curriculum guide for Celebrate Freedom Week has been prepared in compliance with O.S 70. 2001, Section 25-152, as amended by Section 1, Chapter 83, O.S.L. Supp. 2007. This guide will provide information on the requirements of the law, dates...
Oklahoma Book Awards A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors March 8, 1997
to the Eighth Annual
Oklahoma Book Awards
A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage...
OSU Study Finds Oklahoma Banks Are Sound; Seminole State College Welcomes Community for Ribbon Cutting of Seminole Nation Residential Learning Center; OSU-Oklahoma City Signs Transfer Agreement With University of Central Oklahoma; RSU Student...
Construction on Charles D. Lamb Energy Center To Start Early Next Year; Energy Services Update; General Manager's Report by Cindy L. Holman EIA's Annual energy Outlook for 2013; City Updates: Altus, Edmond, Newkirk, Olustee, Yale; Board Report...
Employee of the Quarter Award presented to Fallis [Monna Fallis]; Litter mates from the 39th academy congregate; Final steps before applicants become cadets; Troop YB news; Longtime hockey fan Hughes wins new Jeep; eViews [road condition website];...
NSU Founders Day Pays Tribute to Foresight of Cherokees; Betz to University Assembly: Be bold, collaborative; Larry Coker To Deliver Third Centennial Lecture; NSU Alumni Relive "Sweet" Memories of their Days at NSU; 37th Annual Symposium on the...
A low-growing erosion-resistant ground cover such as bermudagrass is very beneficial in the clear or safety zone of the roadside right of way.; While development of agrichemicals has slowed for agricultural crops, there is a sustained interest by...