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    • 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.
    • Annual report for the Council on Firefighter Training

    • Oklahoma. Council on Firefighter Training--Periodicals.; Fire fighters--Training of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Stakeholders involved in the fire and emergency response community throughout our state come together under the auspices of the Council on Firefighter Training. Here, they discuss and plan out crucial aspects of responder training. Because our...
    • 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"
    • Oklahoma youth tobacco survey

    • Teenagers--Tobacco use--Oklahoma.; Youth--Tobacco use--Oklahoma.; Teenagers--Oklahoma--Attitudes.; Social surveys--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Youth Tobacco Survey (OYTS) was conducted in the Spring of 1999 by the Oklahoma State Department of Health, in cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Oklahoma State Department of Education, and numerous...
    • Oklahoma interoperability newsletter

    • Internetworking (Telecommunication)--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma. Office of Homeland Security--Periodicals.
    • "The Oklahoma Interoperability Newsletter is designed to be a source of information, news and updates for stakeholders committed to public safety communications interoperability in the state of Oklahoma."
    • 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
    • Annual report

    • Aeronautics--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission--Periodicals.
    • The Commission's mission is to encourage, foster and assist in the development of aviation in Oklahoma and to encourage the establishment and maintenance of airports. This includes the preservation and improvement of the state's 114 public airports...
    • Biennial inventory and financial statement, 2011-2012, pt.1

    • Agricultural colleges--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.; Universities and colleges--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.
    • The Board of Regents for Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges hereby respectfully submits the enclosed biennial statements, inventories, and reports for all the educational institutions and agencies under the jurisdiction of this Board of...
    • Annual report, 2014

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    • The educational success of Oklahoma children is a top priority. Nothing could be more essential to our state’s future. The programs described in this annual report, taken together, position Oklahoma’s public school students for the demands of...
    • Campus e-clips, 09/17/2007

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    • $1 million ECU grant, regional universities to help prevent violence against women; USAO ranked No. 1 on U.S. News' best values list; OSU-Tulsa student featured on "Good Morning America"; New statewide college program for adults now enrolling for...
    • Living central, 11/2011

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    • Research, Service, Collaboration Recognized; Campus Voter Registration Drive, No. 1 Effort; UCO Campus Shares Holiday Spirit, 20th Year; UCO National Site for Screening French Films; Central Standouts, '50 Making a Difference'; Martin Family...
    • Tuition impact analysis report, 2011/12

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    • All Approved Tuition and Mandatory Fees are Within Legislative Limits. State Regents reviewed institutional tuition and mandatory fee requests for compliance and each institution’s requests were below the posted legislative peer limits for the...
    • 1987-1990 years of excellence

    • Bellmon, Henry.; Oklahoma--Politics and government.
    • This "Report to the Citizens" has been prepared to give readers a full and accurate account of the stewardship of the Bellmon Administration over the years between January 1987 and January 1991. Overall, it is a record of which Shirley and I are...
    • Campus e-clips, 02/2014

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    • OSU-Tulsa Celebrates 15 Years; ECU Professor Rutledge Receives Boren Mentor Award at State Capitol; Price Family Foundation Gift Will Create Groundbreaking Institute on the OU Research Campus; OSU-OKC Computer Forensic Program Readies Students with...
    • Annual report, 1988/89

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    • Business and industry are increasingly turning to Oklahoma's vocational and technical education system for assistance in meeting their employee training needs and in enlarging their markets. During FY89, the Vo-Tech system trained 3,916 new workers...
    • Arts Oklahoma, 04/2013

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    • Arts Day at the Capitol is May 8: Organized by Oklahomans for the Arts; The University of Oklahoma Institute for Quality Communities Attend OUIQC's Placemaking Conference; New Bulbs Increase Efficiency, Preserve Capitol Artwork; 'Artist INC'...
    • Chronic disease in Oklahoma data book

    • Chronic diseases--Oklahoma.; Chronic diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Chronic disease is the most common and costly of all health problems. A person’s risk of developing a chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes, cancer, heart disease or stroke can be greatly reduced by avoiding tobacco use/exposure, being...
    • Campus e-clips, 06/18/2008

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    • Largest academic donation in Oklahoma history will more than double OSU endowed faculty chairs; OU on pace to set all-time high in private support; Living history program turns back clock at OSU-Tulsa; McAlester Scottish Rite, NSU dedicate speech...
    • Campus e-clips, 02/20/2009

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    • TCC Developing Textbook Alternatives for Students; First Graduates Complete Adult Degree Program at ECU; Student's Love of Extreme Photography Benefits USAO Students; NASA Astronaut Inspires Oklahoma Students to Pursue Science Careers; UCO...
    • 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;
    • Questline, 07/02/2013

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    • Building Oklahoma's Talent Pipeline in Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace, Transportation and Logistics; Justifying Capital Equipment: It's Not As Simple As You Think; Taming Voltage Spikes in Variable Frequently Drive Motors; New Standards Will...
    • The Sutton newsletter, winter 2008 v.31

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    • Winter bird Atlas Update; Winter bird Atlas Surveys Successfully Completed by Dan L. Reinking; Knee Deep in Marsh Birds and Mud! by Eric J. Beck; International Grouse Symposiusm Whitehorse 2008 by Don H. Wolfe; Wildlife Expo 2008 by Ryan A. VanZant...
    • fapc.biz, fall/winter 2012

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    • Leader. Innovator. Distinguished Alumnus. [Tommy Kramer]; Meeting the Market; Opportunities created by Food Safety; Raising the Bar [Reasor's grocery store]; Food & Fun; Healthy Choices; FAQs from the FAPC What is a cottage food operation?; What...
    • Campus e-clips, 04/2013 v.12 no.2

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    • Rose State College Announces Seventh President; Board of Regents Announces Cameron University Presidential Search Committee; OSU-Tulsa Protecting the Troops; OU Law Ranked Among Top 15 "Best Law Schools" in National Survey; Olympic Sculptor to...
    • Campus e-clips, 05/2012 v.11 no.4

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    • State Regents Recognize Institution, Business Partnerships; SWOSU Notifies Students of Financial Aid Changes Impacting Students and Families; NEO Launches New Website: $1 Million Gift Establishes Scholarship Endowment for Female OU Journalism...
    • Campus e-clips, 02/15/2006

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    • Priority projects top State Regents' public agenda; Langston University Marching Pride Band delivbers during Honda event; EDGE produces legislation, results in its first two years; RSU develops online entrepreneurial training program; Southeastern...
    • Regional Transit System plan, final report

    • Local transit--Oklahoma--Tulsa Metropolitan Area--Planning.; Bus lines--Oklahoma--Tulsa Metropolitan Area--Planning.
    • The RTSP institutes a comprehensive, long range, realistic system of transit corridors to help meet the region’s transportation need over the next 25 years. The plan defines corridor priorities for the region and defines policy needs for feasible...

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