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    • Inside OKDHS

    • Oklahoma. Department of Human Services--Periodicals.
    • "Inside OKDHS is published for employees and retirees of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services"
    • The MRC monitor, spring 2009, v.4 no.1

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    • Spring Kicks Off With Six New MRC Units Statewide; Getting Beyond Getting Ready for Pandemic Influenza; The changing Face of Preparedness - Building and Sustaining Public Health Capacity for Disaster Response; Public Health Preparedness Summit...
    • Signpost.

    • Oklahoma. Department of Rehabilitation Services--Periodicals.;People with disabilities--Rehabilitation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
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    • 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.
    • The MRC monitor, holiday/winter 2007

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    • Share your Holiday Spirit and Generosity!; State Animal Response Team (SART); OG&E Gift; Gift of Time; OK's Darby Chosen for National MRC Planning Committee; Oklahoma City-County Health Department; Oklahoma Nurses Association 2007 Convention...
    • Port central, summer 2013

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    • Waterway Locks Resume 24/7 Schedule; Port Authority Staff Welcomes Two New Faces [Susan McWatters, Brad Banks] ; New Industries Arrive at Port; Port Walking Trail Gets Employees Moving; Port Encourages Red Cross Disaster Relief; Advance Research...
    • The MRC monitor, holiday 2013

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    • Celebrate Heart Health!: February, American Heart Month; State Coordinator's Corner, Debi Wagner; Life's Simple 7; MRC Web Training; Tulsa MRC Trains in Advanced Life Support, PFA, Medical Dispensing & POD; OKMRC Representatives Seize Opportunities...
    • Biosurvey news

    • Biological diversity conservation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Biodiversity--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The newsletter of the Oklahoma Biological Survey
    • Explorations, fall 2013

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    • OERB in the News; OERB Welcomes New Communications Coordinator [Dara Jones]; Get to know OERB Chairman Tim Munson; First Look "Better Days" Advertising Campaign; SOER: Sustaining Oklahoma's Energy Resources; Recap: Mid-Continent Digital Oilfield...
    • Oklahoma pledge, 03/2014 spring

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    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; ABLE Tech Live Well Assistive tech aid available, Linda Jaco; Oklahoma Health Care Authority - SoonerRide Program; Technology News: New and Exciting Things for the Disability Community; My Ride Statewide; Client...
    • 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...
    • Oklahoma's eGov news report, 02/2009

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    • Oklahoma Professional Counselors Search Now Available Online; City of Nicoma Park Launches Online Bill Pay; Oklahoma Tax Commission Wants To Help You Keep Your New Year's Resolution; Agency Salutes: Oklahoma Health Care Authority, Oklahoma...
    • Offender orientation manual : Lexington Assessment & Reception Center.

    • Lexington Assessment and Reception Center (Lexington, Okla.)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Correctional institutions--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Criminals--Rehabilitation--Oklahoma.;
    • This material is given to you to serve as a guide to be followed during your stay at LARC. It sets forth the main rules for your conduct while you are here. Not knowing the rules will not be accepted as an excuse for breaking the rules. If you are...
    • Collaborations, 02/2013 v.1 no.4

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    • OCSS honors collaboration with employers during OKESC open house; District Attorney Mike Fields speaks to Enid area employers at January OEAC meeting; Video from webinar series is available; Employer input sought in developing new inquiry form;
    • The MRC monitor, summer 2006

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    • Volunteers Bring Order to Chaos, Help Thousands of Katrinca Casualties: $337,000 Value in 12,000 Dedicated Hours; Kendal Darby, administrator; Meet the Team: Preparing to Help When It Counts Most [Kelly Deal, James Pratt];

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