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Why Oklahoma Built More Lakes Than Any Other State

Oklahoma Historical Society Oklahoma Governor Robert S. Kerr, shown here when he was in office in the 1940s. Two giants […]

“Hobby Lobby Faces Backlash for Lawsuit”

Hobby Lobby is getting some heat over its Affordable Care Act lawsuit. “… it’s not always popular to take certain […]

Oklahoma Wind Will Power Google Data Center

Here’s a win for Oklahoma’s wind-energy industry, which has been battered by layoffs and uncertainty surrounding that soon-to-expire federal tax […]

Oklahoma’s Workforce in One Chart

Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahoma / Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Last week we showed you the composition of Oklahoma’s economy by […]

Fallin and Romney Got ’99 Percent’ in Common, But This Tax Credit Ain’t One

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Monday reiterated her support of the federal production tax credit […]

Rural Electric Cooperatives Straining to Power Oklahoma’s Oil and Gas Boom

Rural electric cooperatives are working “overtime” to meet increased power demand from Oklahoma’s oil patch, reports Electric Co-op Today. Officials […]

Chesapeake Energy’s “Land Grab” Endures in Oklahoma City

Chesapeake Energy has been selling off assets at a frenzied pace. Billions in pipeline interests and natural gas fields have […]

“Oklahoma’s Jobless Rate Rises in August”

Oklahoma’s unemployment rate is creeping back up, though it’s still better than it was a year ago. Source: Tulsaworld Via: […]

Oklahoma’s Economy in One Chart

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma Source: U.S. Department of Commerce/Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Here’s a snapshot of Oklahoma’s 2011 economy by […]

“Pilots Say Staffing and Maintenance, Not Sick Days, Responsible for American Cancellations”

Flight delays and cancellations at bankrupt American Airlines are due to “management’s failure to provide for adequate staffing and the […]

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