OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Two oil and gas companies have each paid more than $1 million for the right to drill on state-owned land in Oklahoma, the highest payouts for the state since at least 2011.Read More »
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By Brian Brus The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Several Oklahoma agriculture producers said they are concerned and disappointed with President Donald Trump’s recent policy announcement on trade relations with Cuba. Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association Executive Director Joe Neal Hampton ...
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By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – In five years, schmoozing and demonstrating in the Oklahoma Capitol’s rotunda will be more comfortable. “For the first time in the building’s history, we’re going to heat and cool the rotunda,” said ...
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By Richard Lardner Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Legislation that would hit Russia with economic sanctions and limit President Donald Trump’s authority to lift the penalties faces an uncertain future in the House despite the bill’s heavily bipartisan backing in ...Read More »
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma is planning a series of events to mark the centennial of the state Capitol as work continues on the restoration and renovation of the century-old building.Read More »
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Some Oklahoma lawmakers ranked high for the most missed votes during the legislative session, which ended May 26. The Tulsa World (http://bit.ly/2tk4Pb8 ) reports Republican Rep. Leslie Osborn of Mustang led the House with the most ...Read More »
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By Sarah Terry-Cobo The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Damon Dunbar said he’s certain proposed cuts to the nation’s environmental agency will have a direct effect on his citizens if enacted. The community development director and acting EPA director of ...Read More »