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    • Insight.

    • Indian Nations Council of Governments--Periodicals.; Community development--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is a voluntary association of local governments serving Creek, Osage, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner counties and more than 50 cities and towns located in those counties. INCOG provides planning and...
    • Extension news

    • Agricultural extension work--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • intended to provide Extension faculty, educators, and staff with access to the latest happenings in the agency on a regular and timely basis
    • Upland update, 08/03/2012

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    • Quail Update Stages of habitat succession and how it affects upland birds; Prairie Chicken Update The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation recently conducted Lesser Prairie Chicken (LEPC) field surveys to get a better understanding of the...
    • 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...
    • Technical assessment of the impaired driving program

    • Drinking and traffic accidents--Oklahoma.; Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Oklahoma.
    • The purpose of the assessment is to allow State management to review all components of a given highway safety or EMS program, note the program's strengths and accomplishments, and note where improvements can be made. The assessment can be used as a...
    • Annual report, 1996/97

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    • In its effort to be an effective government agency, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has focused on a number of ideals. These include responsiveness, simplicity, uniformity of process, communication, outreach and public input....
    • OK open skies, summer 2012, v.6 no.1

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    • Facilities Will Improve at Enid, Other Airports from CIP Grants; State, Federal Aviation Officials Meet Together in Tulsa for First-Ever Partnership Confernece; Aviation Group Selects Ardmore Municipal as State's Top Airport for 2012; 2012 State...
    • 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.
    • Campus e-clips, 11/12/2008

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    • Investiture for New Southeastern President Michael Turner Scheduled for Dec. 5; State's First Wind Turbine Technology Program Approved by State Regents; USAO Student Launches Music Venue for Local Bands; UCO to Open Academy of Contemporary Music in...
    • 2011 sunset review survey.

    • Sunset reviews of government programs--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Sunset Law requires periodic review by the Legislature of specified agencies, boards, and commissions. This is done each year by the House and Senate Committees on Sunset Review. In order to provide information to help committee...
    • Destination 2030 long range transportation plan.

    • Transportation--Oklahoma--Tulsa--Planning.
    • The LRTP looks 25 years into the future to anticipate transportation needs for the TMA. The plan is predicated on demographic and economic assumptions and forecasts for the region. It identifies the various elements of the desired for the...
    • Insight, 12/2012

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    • Ozone Alert! Program Receives Bellmon Award; City of Sapulpa Receives a $1.5 million U.S. Department of Commerce Grant; INCOG Area Agency on Aging Receives Federal Small Community Transformation Grant; Governor Fallin Addresses CNG Summit;...
    • The Sutton newsletter, summer 2012 v.38

    • George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center--Research--Periodicals.; Birds--Conservation--Oklahoma--Societies, etc.--Periodicals.
    • Spring at the Sutton Center! by Ryan A. Van Zant; Save the Last Dance [grassland grouse book, Noppadol Paothong, Joel M. Vance]; New Mexico's Rock Stars by don H. Wolfe; How many lesser prairie-chickens are there? by Lena C. Larsson; Attwater's...
    • Annual report, 2011/12

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    • It is with great pride that I present the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission’s Annual Report for fiscal year 2012. The mission of the Aeronautics Commission is to ensure that the needs of commerce and communities across the state are met by the...

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