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12:59 am
Thu November 6, 2014

Hunters Hopeful Wetter Summer Means More Wildlife In Oklahoma's Woods

Jack Barrett, owner of the BDC Gun Room in Shawnee, Okla., shows off a new shotgun model popular with hunters.

Originally published on Thu November 6, 2014 9:17 am

Jack Barrett, owner of the BDC Gun Room in Shawnee, Okla., shows off a new shotgun model popular with hunters.

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma

Jack Barrett, owner of the BDC Gun Room in Shawnee, Okla., shows off a new shotgun model popular with hunters.

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1:15 pm
Mon November 3, 2014

StateImpact on OETA: The Last Weekend at Walnut Creek State Park

Walnut Creek State Park near Prue in Osage County closed for the season on Oct. 1, and might never open again.

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11:04 am
Mon November 3, 2014

Rush of Small Wind and Solar Installations as Regulators Prepare for Fee Requests

A worker installs a rooftop solar panel.
A worker installs a rooftop solar panel.
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12:07 am
Thu October 30, 2014

Hearing on Disposal Well Rules Exposes Gaps in State's Earthquake Response

Rep. Cory Williams, D-Stillwater, questions Secretary of Energy and Environment Michael Teague at an interim study and hearing about earthquakes and disposal well oversight held in October 2014.

Originally published on Thu October 30, 2014 7:54 am

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2:16 pm
Mon October 27, 2014

Oklahoma's New Normal: Water Forum Centers On Drought Adaptation

Robert Moore, general manager of the Marshall County Water Corporation, addresses a panel on local planning for future droughts at the 35th annual Oklahoma Governor's Water Conference in Oklahoma City Oct. 22.
Robert Moore, general manager of the Marshall County Water Corporation, addresses a panel on local planning for future droughts at the 35th annual Oklahoma Governor's Water Conference in Oklahoma City Oct. 22.

Logan Layden / StateImpact Oklahoma

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2:32 am
Thu October 23, 2014

Eastern Oklahoma Coal Mining Comeback Stalls as Demand From China Falls

Steel Plant, Anshan, Liaoning, China, February 2009.

Originally published on Thu October 23, 2014 9:43 am

Steel Plant, Anshan, Liaoning, China, February 2009.

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Steel Plant, Anshan, Liaoning, China, February 2009.

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12:23 pm
Wed October 22, 2014

Debate About Competition and Cost at Senate Panel on Wind Incentives

Frank Robson, a wind farm opponent and property developer from Claremore, Okla., at an Oct. 21 Senate hearing on tax incentives for the wind industry.
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8:53 pm
Wed October 15, 2014

Rumbles of New Scrutiny as Quakes Continue to Surge in Oklahoma

Gov. Mary Fallin and Michael Teague, Secretary of Energy and Environment, talk to reporters at the Governor's Energy Conference in 2014.

Originally published on Thu October 16, 2014 8:56 am

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4:46 pm
Wed October 15, 2014

Legislature Studies Red Cedar Threat and Creative Ways To Fight Its Spread

Homeowner Larry Huff holds a shard of Eastern Red Cedar, the handiwork of an Oklahoma County program that clears the flammable tree from private property.

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma

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4:07 pm
Mon October 13, 2014

Three Reasons to Care That Oklahoma is No. 1 in Gypsum: Twinkies, Beer, Roads

Gypsum embedded in the landscape at Gloss Mountain State Park in Major County.

Originally published on Mon October 13, 2014 4:34 pm

Gypsum embedded in the landscape at Gloss Mountain State Park in Major County.

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Gypsum embedded in the landscape at Gloss Mountain State Park in Major County.

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