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Damaged Land Could Once Again Cost Oklahoma Mining Regulator Its Federal Funding

A report released in August by the Office of the Inspector General for the U.S. Department of the Interior cites […]

“Oklahoma Attorney General Signs Keystone XL Support Letter”

Oklahoma’s AG joined 20 other state attorneys general in asking U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to recommend President Barack […]

Longhorn Mountain: Sacred Kiowa Spiritual Site and Future Limestone Mine

This all comes as a surprise to the Kiowa Tribe, which has used Longhorn Mountain for hundreds of years. Powered […]

“Okla. Governor Suspending Grand River Task Force”

Gov. Mary Fallin’s announcement of the creation of the task force in July sparked concerns about the privatization of the […]

How Hugo Lake Lost Its State Park Status

The Oklahoma Tourism Commission on June 26 voted to strip Hugo Lake of its state park status, citing low attendance. […]

Sierra Club Sues OG&E, Claims Coal Boiler Mods Violated Federal Clean Air Act

The Sierra Club has filed a lawsuit against Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co., the state’s largest electric utility, alleging the […]

OKC’s Tab for Tapping Sardis Water Could Be $1 Billion

Oklahoma City already depends on water from southeastern Oklahoma, but the 60-inch, 100-mile pipeline from Lake Atoka ain’t enough. An […]

Woodward Latest School District to Consider Tornado Shelters Without State Help

Another Oklahoma school district has decided not to wait for the federal and state governments to help it build tornado […]

“Teague Considered for Secretary of Energy, Environment”

Col. Michael Teague, the Tulsa District commander of the Army Corps of Engineers, is on Gov. Fallin’s short list for […]

Months Later, Oklahoma’s Salt Fork River Fish Kill is Still a Mystery

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma The mysterious Salt Fork fish kill is worrying residents, river-goers and anglers like Baron Owens, […]

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