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Nathan Lee

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Finally, an Oklahoma artist is using more than a paint brush to diversify the state's creative tableau. Nathan Lee's artistic passion extends beyond his own work. He's determined to create artists.

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Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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Weather Center (Highway 9)

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Last week's deadly tornado in Woodward underscores the importance of early detection and warning, to minimize injuries or deaths. The storms killed six people, but advance warnings issued more than 24 hours earlier are credited with preventing further loss of life. Those warnings are the result of efforts by teams of meteorologists, aided by the latest cutting edge technology, located inside a multimillion dollar facility along Highway 9 in Norman.

Related Topics: Community, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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George Mehaffy Newsmaker Interview

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Citizenship is often considered a matter of where a person is born, but for George Mehaffy, citizenship is more than a matter of soil--it's a matter of civic engagement. Mehaffy Vice-President for Academic Leadership and Change at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. He founded the American Democracy Project to encourage community involvement on college campuses. Mehaffy was keynote speaker this week at the ADP's civic engagement conference, part of the celebration of the inauguration of Don Betz as President of The University of Central Oklahoma. While he was in Oklahoma, Dick Pryor spoke with him about the importance of civic engagement.

Related Topics: Government, Social Issues, Education

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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Shawnee Milling Company

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Next month, the Shawnee Milling Company will celebrate its 106th year of operation. It was founded by one of Oklahoma’s first entrepreneurs - J. Lloyd Ford, who started the Shawnee Milling Company a year before statehood. Ford paved the way for future generations of his family to improve and diversify an operation which has become an icon in Shawnee.

Related Topics: Food, United States, Business & Economy, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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This Week in Business 4-20-12

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Journal Record Managing Editor Ted Streuli joins us to talk about what’s making news in business this week.

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Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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Red States Green Jobs

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Think about "going green" and you may envision recycling paper or driving a hybrid car. But in Oklahoma, it means much more than that. Training is available at little or no cost for people to green up their current occupation...or, get a new job in our state's fast-expanding green economy.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Environment, Education

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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At the Capitol 4-20-12

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ONR contributor Shawn Ashley of E-Capitol has been following that story and more making news at the capitol.

Related Topics: Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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Natural Gas & Oil Supply

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The combination of a mild winter and a boom in the domestic energy industry has left natural gas companies with a big problem: too much product and not enough customers. That's creating financial hardships in this vital Oklahoma industry and threatening to put a major hole in the budget of state government. The drop in natural gas prices has some companies looking to crude oil as a way to remediate expenses, but the oil patch is facing a similar issue of overabundance. Dick Pryor spoke with Stateimpact Oklahoma's Joe Wertz about the excess oil in Cushing, and its effect on one of Oklahoma’s biggest industries.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012


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Survivor Tree

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Crews at the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial will spend some of this weekend preparing the site for the 17th anniversary of the deadly bombing on April nineteenth. But, the staff works year-round maintaining one of the iconic symbols of the site.

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Originally broadcast on April 13, 2012


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Ken Burns Dust Bowl Pt 1

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Poor farm land conservation, drought and high winds came together in the southern plains in the 1930's to create an environmental disaster of unprecedented proportions: the dust bowl. April fourteenth is the anniversary of the day that most dramatically illustrated the devastation suffered during the dirty thirties: Black Sunday was April 14, 1935. The dust bowl is the latest historical documentary film directed and produced by Ken Burns for PBS. It will air on OETA in November. Dick Pryor talked to Ken Burns, and asked him why he chose to do a documentary on "The Dust Bowl."

Related Topics: United States, Environment, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on April 13, 2012