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    • National Board certified teachers

    • Teachers--Certification--Oklahoma.; Teachers--Training of--Oklahoma.; Teacher effectiveness--Oklahoma.; National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (U.S.);
    • A study of the future of and funding for NBCT (National Board Certified Teachers)
    • HOSA heartbeat, winter 2013

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    • Letter from the President; Meet Your Officers!: Samuel Moffatt, Sambrina Kingery, John Mohr, Megan Mueggenborg, Jawnna Brooks, Stephanie Enciso, Luke MacNaughton, Colby Holman; Ashley Long; Gina Mouse; State Officer Training; Letter from Nationals;...
    • 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.
    • Central intelligence, winter 2013

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    • MidFirst Bank Donates $2.5 Million, Gift Completes Boathouse Funding; 2012 Finishes with 3,000+ Grads; UCO, OU Partner to Expand UCO's Urban Teacher Program, Meet Need; UCO Faculty, Student Researchers Compile Civic Health Index; Funds Target...
    • Federal Report on Vice Conditions in Tulsa

    • Afro-Americans--Oklahoma--Tulsa-History; Riots--Oklahoma--Tulsa--History--20th century;Tulsa (Okla.)--Race relations; Violence--Oklahoma--Tulsa--History--20th century; African American neighborhoods--Oklahoma--Tulsa--History--20th century;...
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    • Proceedings of the 34th Forum on Geology of Industrial Minerals, 1998

    • Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma--Congresses.; Geology--Oklahoma--Congresses.; Mines and mineral resources--United States--Congresses.; Mineral industries--United States--Congresses.
    • The Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals is an annual meeting during which representatives of industry, government, and universities discuss the problems of geology, exploration, evaluation, and production of our important industrial...
    • Connections, 03/2013 v.1 no.1

    • American Indian Diabetes Prevention Center--Periodicals.; Diabetes--Prevention--Periodicals.; Indians of North America--Health and hygiene--Periodicals.
    • Mission: The American Indian Diabetes Prevention Center will reduce the excess mortality and morbidity of diabetes so that quality of life and cultural vitality is made secure.; Director's Corner, J. Neil Henderson; AIDPC Spotlight, Lancer...
    • Cotton comments

    • Cotton--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "This is the first issue of many newsletters that our group at Altus will generate to provide timely information to the Oklahoma cotton industry."
    • Comprehensive economic development strategy for central Oklahoma

    • Regional planning--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma--Economic conditions.; Oklahoma--Economic policy.
    • The purpose of this Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is to provide the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) with guidance on enhancing the efforts of existing organizations and redefining its own role. Through its...
    • Currents, spring 2013

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    • Plans and Projects, Daniel S. Sullivan; GRDA gets good news from credit rating agency; GRDA, other large public power utilities discuss tax exempt bond issue; Grand Lake shoreline cleanup, a collaborative effort; Team GRDA helps make Bassmaster...
    • Oklahoma water news, 1st qtr 2014

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    • Hot Spot Meetings Help Target Conservation Projects; From the Director; Water Appreciation Day May 19, 2014; OWRB Financing Programs Receive Another top Rating; Gov. Fallin Urges Water Conservation as Drought Continues; GMAP Adds Eight Aquifers for...
    • OMPA outlet, 06/2014 v.30 no.6

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    • Kingfisher city Clerk Tucker recognized for outstanding community leadership [Bill Tucker]; Blodgett speaks at 2014 MESO Public Power Conference [Tim Blodgett]; General Manager's Report by David W. Osburn, Rice celebrates 30 years at OMPA [Drake N....
    • TeachLink, summer 2012, no.5

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    • Dr. Houston Davis's Parting Views on the future of Education in Oklahoma and Nationwide; New Executive Director Hopes OCTP's Initiatives Continue; NSU's TURN Project Fuels and Reforms Urban Education; The African-American Male Success Team Bridges...
    • Investment summary, 2nd qtr 2013

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    • Market Environment May and June were challenging months for investors - The prospect of an earlier than expected tapering of stimulation by the Fed combined with slowing growth in emerging markets to create volatility - Nearly all sectors of the...
    • Oklahoma economic report, 08/30/2012, v.2 no.8

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    • An American resurgence What's old is new again - and in a place that until recently would have been considered unlikely: American manufacturing.; Secretary's Commentary by Dave Lopez A confident foundation; Tribal gaming fee growth slowing; Growth...
    • 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
    • Currents

    • Grand River Dam Authority--Periodicals.
    • GRDA Currents is produced by the Grand River Dam Authority for employees, retirees, families and friends.
    • The safety signal, 08/2012

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    • Milestone academy graduates 30 new troopers; Facebook features; Driver License Services division gets serious about customer service; Trooper returns home after lengthy deployment by Robert Barron [Josh Byrd]; eViews [Mike Yelton, Scott Shropshire,...
    • OMPA transmission, 07/2013, v.29 no.7

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    • PTC to hold hearing on Xcel's claim to Boulder County electricity customers, by Erica Meltzer; Reader View: We can build a better energy future, by Shane Woolbright; Construction on OMPA's Charles D. Lamb Energy Center To Start Next Year;
    • Oklahoma comprehensive water plan executive report.

    • Water resources development--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.;
    • The Oklahoma Water Resources Board formally submits for your consideration this 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP), the state's official long-range strategy for managing and protecting its invaluable surface and groundwater...
    • Oklahoma comprehensive water plan executive report

    • Water resources development--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.;
    • Extensive public participation and detailed technical evaluations, the two pillars of this 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan, have resulted in a bold, strategic vision with four core elements critical to securing Oklahoma’s...
    • Comprehensive annual financial report, 2013

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    • On behalf of the Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA), we respectfully submit this Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2013.; The Grand River Dam Authority recently highlighted over 75 years of accomplishments and...
    • Strategic plan, 2010

    • Oklahoma Health Care Authority--Periodicals.; Health planning--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) is responsible for overseeing the Medicaid program in Oklahoma. In carrying out its responsibilities, OHCA strives to be a leader in improving the delivery of cost-effective, appropriate, high quality...
    • Monthly investment performance report, 06/2012

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    • I am pleased to issue the June monthly investment performance report for the Office of the State Treasurer. I trust you will find it thorough and in keeping with my commitment to provide full and complete disclosure of all activities within my...
    • The power of power

    • Grand river Dam Authority.; Hydroelectric power plants--Oklahoma.; Electric utilities--Oklahoma.
    • The positive impact of the Grand River Dam Authority is felt all across Oklahoma. Though you may live and work in a part of our great state far re­moved from the banks of the Grand River, the truth is, GRDA has some kind of posi­tive impact in...
    • Tuition impact analysis report, 2013/14

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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...
    • Comprehensive economic development strategy for central Oklahoma

    • Regional planning--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma--Economic conditions.; Oklahoma--Economic policy.
    • The purpose of this Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is to provide the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) with guidance on enhancing the efforts of existing organizations and redefining its own role. Through its...
    • Cotton comments, 06/07/2012, v.2 no.6

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    • Crop Update The 2012 Oklahoma cotton crop is off to a relatively good start in many places.; Seedling Disease; Making Replant Decisions; Spray or Nurse Tank Cleanout Concerns; Glyphosate Issues; Staple Herbicide-Glyphosate Herbicide Tank Mix and...
    • 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.
    • Oklahoma economic report, 12/31/2013, v.3 no.12

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    • All I wish for session 2014 is...; Senate President Pro Tempore's Commentary by Brian Bingman, Commited to making Oklahoma second to none; Revenue shrinks by $170.8 million in initial estimate; November treasury receipts show economic growth; State...

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