StateImpact

StateImpact Oklahoma is a collaboration of KGOUKOSUKWGS and KCCU. Joe Wertz and Logan Layden travel the state to report on the intersection of government, industry, natural resources and the Oklahoma workforce.

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A disposal well in northwestern Oklahoma operated by Newfield Exploration Mid-Continent.

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A disposal well in northwestern Oklahoma operated by Newfield Exploration Mid-Continent.

NPR’s “All Things Considered” aired a national version of our story on The Chickasaw National Recreation area as part of its special series on the centennial of the National Park Service.

StateImpact’s Logan Layden visited with OETA’s Lis Exon for the August 5 edition of Oklahoma News Report, after moderating a panel discussion on State Question 777 for the Oklahoma Policy Institute earlier in the week.

A natural gas compressor plant in northwestern Oklahoma.

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A natural gas compressor plant in northwestern Oklahoma.

Hugo, Okla., interim City Manager David Rawls.

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Hugo, Okla., interim City Manager David Rawls.

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Oklahoma’s four primary environmental agencies have lost more than $15 million in state appropriations and tens of millions of dollars in legislatively directed reductions to revolving funds, OETA reports.

A wind farm near Woodwoard and Harper Counties in northwestern Oklahoma.

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A wind farm near Woodwoard and Harper Counties in northwestern Oklahoma.

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