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    • Yuba fire wise protection plan : an action plan for wildfire mitigation.

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma--Bryan County--Prevention and control.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--Bryan County.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma--Bryan County.; Fire protection--Oklahoma--Bryan County.; Wildland urban interface--Oklahoma--Bryan...
    • The objectives of this plan are to set clear priorities for the implementation of wildfire mitigation in the community of Yuba, Oklahoma. This includes prioritized recommendations for the community as a whole and also for individual homeowners...
    • Your side of the fence, summer 2013, v.13 no.1

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    • Feral Hog Trapping 101 by John Rempe; Feral Hog Trapping 101: Key Points to Remember by John Rempe; The Wet/Dry Cycle: Understanding Wetland Function by Josh Richardson; New: Oklahoma Quail Habiat Guide by Michael Bergin; Waitin' on a Whistle by...
    • YLF news, 04/2012

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    • YLF 2012 The 9th summer for the Oklahoma Youth Leadership Forum is just around the corner!; Do you have a 1-page profile?; Smart Snacking!; The Importance of Universal Healthcare for All by Benjamin Snow; Apps for Android & IPhone users; Alumni...
    • Nuisance constituent export from a mine drainage passive treatment system.

    • Mine drainage--Oklahoma.; Hazardous waste site remediation--Oklahoma.; Constructed wetlands--Oklahoma.; Mineral industries--Waste disposal--Oklahoma.
    • Introduction: Mine drainage - water and oxygen react with rock in mine void; Elevated metals and sulfate; Passive treatment system (PTS); Nuisance Constituents: Additional impacts - not typically monitored, potentially harmful concentrations of...
    • Workforce Investment Act Oklahoma annual report

    • Occupational training--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Manpower policy--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Labor supply--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Oklahoma. Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development--Periodicals.
    • Effective July 1, 2011, the Department of Commerce became both the grant recipient and the administdrative entity for WIA programs.; The body overseeing workforce development in Oklahoma is the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic...
    • William S. Key Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; William S. Key Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The William S. Key Correctional Center was formally opened on December 6, 1988 as a minimum security institution at Fort Supply,
    • William S. Key Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; William S. Key Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The William S. Key Correctional Center was formally opened on December 6, 1988 as a minimum security institution at Fort Supply, Oklahoma, and named after General William Key. General Key served as Warden of Oklahoma State Penitentiary on two...
    • Oklahoma nine essential elements : performance indicators

    • Educational evaluation--Oklahoma.; Teaching--Oklahoma--Methodology.
    • Oklahoma uses the Performance Indicator Improvement track of the WISE Tool. Rapid Improvement Indicators are used to anchor the work of the school or district team in progressing towards rapid improvement of student learning and achievement.--WISE...
    • In pursuit of justice, winter 2013, v.6 no.1

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    • Woman Convicted of Murder, Sentenced to 25 Years For Shoving Her Husband Out of High-Rise Window; Meet the Prosecutor: Nalani Ching; Victory Christian Youth Leader Pleads Guilty to Rape of 13-Year-Old, Sentenced to 55 Years in Prison; Four Pastors,...
    • Goat newsletter, winter 2013

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    • From the Director's Desk; Research Spotlight: Stocking Rate and Pasture Utilization, Cellulase Enzyme Additive and Digestibility; Visitors from the Republic of the Philippines; Goatkeeping 101: Care of the Pregnant Doe by S. Hart; 2014 Producer...
    • Willis-Powell firewise protection plan : an action plan for wildfire mitigation.

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma--Marshall County--Prevention and control.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--Marshall County.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma--Marshall County.; Fire protection--Oklahoma--Marshall County.; Wildland urban...
    • The objectives of this plan/report are to set clear priorities for the implementation of wildfire mitigation in the community and fire district of Willis-Powell, Oklahoma. This includes prioritized recommendations for the community as a whole and...
    • William S. Key Correctional Center.

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; William S. Key Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The William S. Key Correctional Center was formally opened on December 6, 1988 as a minimum security institution at Fort Supply, Oklahoma, and named after General William Key.
    • WildSide, 07/2012

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    • Sugar at Bedtime ListteringIsWrongToo.org; Nesting Habits of a Black Vulture by Brandon Brown; Summer Eats Catfish Cakes; Constituents' Corner Picture Perfect [picture of Eastern collared lizard, photo by Mark Suttles outside his home in Enid]
    • The wildside, 11/26/2013

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    • The Evolutionary Performance of Wetlands by Micah Holmes; Species Spotlight: The Dark-eyed Junco by Kelly Adams; Partnerships Help Small fish Overcome Big Challenges in Oklahoma by Daniel Fenner;
    • The WildSide, 02/28/2013

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    • Baby Fever [great horned owls]; Reader's Photography Showcase is Back by Michael Bergin; Get Your 2013 Donor Patch; Dry Spells Nothing New for State by Rod Smith; Calling all ladies [frogs and toads];
    • The wildside, 08/13/2013

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    • Chicken Turtles and Crawfish Frogs by Rori Buresh; FBI Honors 3 Oklahoma Game Wardens by Don P. Brown; Wildlife Expo to Return in 2014; Bats of Oklahoma Poster Now Available Online;
    • The wildside, 06/17/2013

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    • Our hearts and prayers go out to all affected by the storms that blew through Oklahoma in May. It is always such a joy to see the strength of Oklahomans coming together, especially in wake of disaster.; Copperhead Snake; A Time for Snakes: Common...
    • The wildside, 03/2014

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    • March Into Spring; Greetings Wildlife Enthusiasts!; March Marks the Arrival of Oklahoma's Neotropical Migrants; 2013 Hummingbird Survey Report by Melynda Hickman; New Certified Wildscape! #462 - The Adair Family;
    • The wildside, 12/18/2013

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    • 2014 Winter Bird Feeder Survey; Species Spotlight: Cedar Waxwing by Kelly Adams; Set Your Eyes for Eagles; Game Warden Honored as Wildlife Officer of the Year by Don P. Brown [Dru Polk]; Last-Minute Gifts for Outdoor Enthusiasts;
    • WIA work experience supervisor manual

    • Southwest Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board--Officials and employees.; Occupational training--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 is federally enacted legislation which provides workforce investment activities and services that increase the employment, retention and earnings of its participants. Under Title I of WIA, local Workforce...
    • Western forage production guide

    • Forage--West (U.S.)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Sorghum--West (U.S.)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • Welcome to the United Sorghum Checkoff Program’s Western Forage Production Handbook. We have integrated research from various sources to produce an easy-to-use guide that can help farmers manage their crop more efficiently. Sorghum has tremendous...
    • West Nile mitigation 2013

    • West Nile virus--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area--Prevention.; Mosquitoes as carriers of disease--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.
    • program of Oklahoma City-County Health Department for West Nile virus prevention and mitigation, 2013; Municipality/ Health Department agreements for mitigation planning and trapping are vital to both parties and essential in planning and...
    • West Nile virus

    • West Nile virus--Popular works.
    • What is West Nile virus? West Nile virus is one of a group of viruses called arboviruses that are spread by mosquitoes and may cause illness in birds, animals, and humans. West Nile virus was not known to be present in the United States until the...
    • West Nile virus

    • West Nile virus--Popular works.
    • What is West Nile virus? West Nile virus is a virus that is spread by mosquitoes and may cause illness in birds, animals, and humans. West Nile virus was not known to be present in the United States until the summer of 1999. Before that, West Nile...
    • Weatherization assistance profile

    • Dwellings--Energy conservation--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Poor--Energy assistance--Oklahoma.
    • Generally defined, weatherization protects a building from sunlight, precipitation and wind, reducing the overall level of energy use required to keep the building’s inhabitants comfortable. Common weatherization projects include replacing doors...
    • What you need to know about weather fronts

    • Fronts (Meteorology)
    • A weather front is the bound­ary between two air masses. When a front passes over an area, temperature, wind speed, wind di­rections, atmospheric pressure and precipitation levels can change.; There are three types of fronts: cold, warm and...
    • Watershed based plan for the Lake Thunderbird watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed...
    • Lake Thunderbird, located in central Oklahoma, is a popular recreational lake as well as a water supply reservoir for the cities of Norman, Del City, and Midwest City, which have a combined population of approximately 178,000. Significant taste and...
    • Watershed based plan for the Illinois River Watershed

    • Watershed management--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Arkansas.; Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Watershed restoration--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed restoration--Arkansas.; Watershed...
    • The Illinois River watershed spans the Oklahoma-Arkansas border in the northeastern part of the state and is located in Benton, Washington, and Crawford Counties in Arkansas and Delaware, Adair, Cherokee, and Sequoyah Counties in Oklahoma.; This...
    • 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,...
    • Oklahoma water news, 2nd qtr 2014

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    • Ninth Annual Water Day Draws Intereste at Capitol; From the Director, J. D. Strong; State-of-the-Art Water Treatment Plant Opens in Broken Arrow; OWRB Financial Assistance Program Team Wins Best Display at Capitol; ISF Activity Summary Report...
    • Oklahoma water news, 3rd qtr 2013

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    • The Future on Tap: 34th Annual Governor's Water conference to Focus on Future Supply; From the Director; Teague Assumes New energy and Environment Post [Michael Teague]; GMAP Establishes Baseline Network for Six Aquifers; Board Selects New...
    • Oklahoma water news, 2nd qtr 2013

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    • Supreme Court Sides with Oklahoma in Tarrant Case; From the Director, J. D. Strong; Citizens Urged to Check and Disinfect Wells in Tornado Stricken Areas; New OWRB Map Viewer Provides Quick Access to Water Level and Streamflow Information;...

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