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    • Invest Ed my money handbook

    • High school students--Finance, Personal.;
    • In school we learn a lot about English, math, history and science. But the subject you will use every day (if you do not already) of your life is called money management. Money management is all about knowing how to use your money wisely. There is...
    • Transition times, 05/2012

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    • Granting a Dream Lab! by Stephani Barger; SDE News Don't Miss out on Vision 2020!; What do We Mean by Transition from School to Adult Life?; Owasso Bracelets & Bookmarks by Jodie Bracken; Resources to check out; Oklahoma Autism Network 4th annual...
    • Bold ideas for Oklahoma

    • Economic development--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma--Economic policy.
    • Last January you asked us to assemble a Task Force on Economic Develop­ment and Job Creation for Oklahoma. We have done that. In the intervening months, 45 dedicated Oklahomans have spent dozens of man-weeks generat­ing suggested initiatives for...
    • Oklahoma Parents Center, fall 2009

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    • We're Excited to Announce our new "Lending Library"; Words from OPC Executive Director, Sharon House; Important Changes in IDEA Federal Regulations Adopted by U.S. Department of Education, Matt Cohen; Note from the Editor; The 10 Basic Steps in...
    • Building blocks for an employer-responsive workforce system.

    • Labor supply--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Manpower policy--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Employer attitude surveys.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • On behalf of the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s Workforce Solutions Division commissioned a study to determine the workforce development services most valued by employers in...
    • Oklahoma Parents Center, fall 2009

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    • We're Excited to Announce our new "Lending Library"; Words from OPC Executive Director, Sharon House; Important Changes in IDEA Federal Regulations Adopted by U.S. Department of Education; Note from the Editor; The 10 Basic Steps in Special...
    • Impact report, 2014

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    • OCAST and its strategic partners OMA and i2E have received national acclaim for innovation programs and services that have strengthened and diversified Oklahoma’s economy and positioned our state for future growth opportunities.
    • 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
    • In pursuit of justice, summer 2013, v.6 no2

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    • Jury Convicts Atchison, Sentences Him To Life Without Parole in Double Murder; Meet the Prosecutor: Julie Doss; Salmon Named Gang Prosecutor of the Year [John Salmon]; Dunn is Voice of victims at Parole Board Docket [Jimmy Dunn]; Major Case...
    • And justice for all, 2008, no.3

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    • Clint Baker pleads no contest and receives Life Sentence; Looking Ahead; I am often asked how the District Attorney's office makes the decision of when to file a charge against someone.; District 18 Drug Task Force Agents on the prowl!; What Does...
    • Middle school student workbook.

    • College choice--Oklahoma.; Teenagers--Education--Oklahoma.;
    • "The information in this workbook will help you plan, prepare and pay for college. Middle school is the perfect time to start planning for your life after high school."
    • 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.
    • Reaching out to a broad audience

    • Oil wells--Hydraulic fracturing--Public relations.; Gas wells--Hydraulic fracturing--Public relations.
    • Hydraulic fracturing is very technical and can be difficult for the public to understand.; Frac Focus is a joint project of the Groundwater Protection Council and IOGCC. Goal: Site users should walk away educated about the hydraulic fracturing...
    • Oklahoma 21st Century Community Learning Center program

    • 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...
    • Oklahoma agritourism : resource manual.

    • Agritourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Rural tourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Agritourism--Management.; Rural tourism--Management.
    • Throughout this site you will find information that will walk you through the process of starting an agritourism business, the resources available for your business, developing a business plan, and letting the public know what you have to offer. A...
    • Teacher connection

    • Minority Teacher Recruitment Center (Okla.)--Periodicals.; Teachers--Training of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Minority teachers--Recruiting--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Welcome to our own college of education newsletter -- the Teacher Connection!; The Minority Teacher Recruitment Center is a program of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and is created for the purpose of 'recruiting, retaining and...
    • Domestic Violence Coordinated Community Response Team introductory training

    • Family violence--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Intimate partner violence--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; Victims of family violence--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma District Attorneys Council is pleased to present the Domestic Violence Coordinated Community Response Team Training to he held on May 8-9, 2013, at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center in Midwest City,...
    • Road to employment for people with disabilities.

    • People with disabilities--Employment--Oklahoma.; Job hunting--Oklahoma.; People with disabilities--Vocational guidance--Oklahoma.
    • "This publication was developed to help you have a successful job search. There is a great deal of effort and energy expended in finding employment. If you are not making finding a job your number one priority, then employment will continue to be...
    • 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,...
    • Fueling the future with natural gas

    • Renewable energy sources--Government policy--United States.; Natural gas--Government policy--United States.; Gas as fuel--Government policy--United States.
    • As Governor of Oklahoma and Chairman-elect of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, I have a strong interest in developing a sound energy policy not only for Oklahoma but for America.; In particular, I believe that we must encourage the...
    • Radio in Oklahoma.

    • Radio broadcasting--Study and teaching (Middle School); Oklahoma--History--Land Rush, 1889--Radio plays.; Oklahoma--History--Land Rush, 1889--Juvenile drama.; Radio plays.
    • Theater of the mind is an overview of radio. Your students are familiar with television and probably the internet and other technologies that have developed since radio. However if they are not familiar with radio drama and comedy, this overview...
    • Inside corrections

    • Corrections--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • 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.
    • Focus facts on community living, 01/2010

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    • Keeping the Dream Alive: 2010 Oklahoma Governor's Conference on Developmental Disabilities; Center for Learning and Leadership Welcomes New Staff [Mike Kiser, Mary Katherine Long]; Sibshop State coordinator Named [Lori Wathen];
    • In pursuit of justice, 11/2008, v.1 no.3

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    • 66 Violent Criminals Taken off Tulsa Area Streets in Jury Trials So Far in 2008; Offenders Sent to Prison from Tulsa County 2006, 20007, 2008; Jury Orders Six Life Terms for Man Who Shot and Paralyzed Hostage, Then Shot Police officer in Broken...
    • Mesonet connection, 10/2012, v. 3 no. 10

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    • Our Home - The National Weather Center by Stephanie Bowen; Mesonet in Pictures: 2011 NWC Weather Festival, Calibrations Lab; The Oklahoma Mesonet's Calibration lab by Stephanie Bowen; Late September Rains Provide Drought Relief by Gary McManus;
    • Campus e-clips, 11/18/2009

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    • Chancellor Speaks at WOSC Higher Learning Center Dedication; Cameron Dedicates New Business Building; For the Love of Soccer and the Will to Live; Rose State College Expands Free Tuition Program; Regional Economic Summit at NSU Concludes With...
    • Campus e-clips, 03/28/2007

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    • 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...
    • Campus e-clips, 09/20/2006

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    • OU honored for efforts to curb underage drinking; Teams of robotic dogs engage in public soccer match at Rogers State; OSU's impact on rural health examined; USAO art seniors bare souls in 'Pin-Up' exhibit; OPSU offers military personnel, families...
    • Annual report / i2E

    • i2E, Inc--Periodicals.;Technological innovations--Economic aspects--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Entrepreneurship--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Technology and state--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
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    • Highway headlights

    • Traffic violations--Law and legislation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Traffic safety--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma District Attorneys Council--Periodicals.
    • Create a more educated prosecutorial force in Oklahoma, improve the coordination of prosecution of highway safety cases and increase public awareness of traffic safety issues.; The Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP) [prepares and distributes...
    • The creative classroom, fall 2012

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    • Oklahoma C3 Standards - How Design Education Fits by Michael Eddens; Genres in Painting by Alyson Moses; Culture Conveyed through Public Art by Jacki Dunn; Immersed in Creativity: the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute by Joel Gavin;

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