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Oklahoma News Report

Education Controversy (9:58)

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As a new school year begins, a flurry of reforms and state funding cuts have created a new educational landscape in Oklahoma. The changes are being met with mixed emotions and increasing tension. Oklahoma’s new state superintendent of public instruction Janet Barresi has promised a makeover of pre-k through twelve education. And, from her first meeting with the state board of education, she has faced controversy. The latest involves the board’s decision to strip nearly 34-million dollars in funding from teacher and support personnel health benefits. The budget cuts and new laws have stirred deep concerns within Oklahoma’s education community.

Related Topics: Education, Government, Politics, Education

Originally broadcast on July 29, 2011


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ONR

August 12, 2011 (47:36)

The fight is on over new laws to increase oversight of puppy mills and cut down on abuse that has alarmed animal rights activists and state legislators. Major changes are coming to Oklahoma’s power grid as new ways are developed to generate electricity. Oklahoma’s relentless heat is making this a tough summer for all of us, but especially for those that don’t have air conditioning or the money to turn it on. We go behind the scenes as Antiques Roadshow comes to Tulsa and see how an Oklahoma man’s love of art really pays off. A famous outlaw takes up residence in the Sooner State – or does he?

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Science & Technology, Education

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2011


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Oklahoma Forum

Education Report (27:45)

We discuss changes and challenges facing Oklahoma students and educators as they return for the start of a new school year with: Phyllis Hudecki, Oklahoma Secretary of Education Bill Price, Chairman, Oklahoma School Choice Coalition Dr. Kent Shellenberger, Superintendent, Bethany Public Schools Ed Allen, President, Oklahoma City American Federation of Teachers

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Science & Technology, Education

Originally broadcast on August 28, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Stories State Motto (1:58)

CAN YOU NAME OUR STATE BIRD? WHAT ABOUT OUR STATE TREE? WHAT'S OKLAHOMA'S STATE MOTTO? IF YOU'RE STUMPED ON ANY OF THOSE SUBJECTS, PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO THIS WEEK'S OKLAHOMA STORIES WITH CHARLES NEWCOMB.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, United States, Politics

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Passages OKC MOA (3:18)

ANCIENT MANUSCRIPT EXPERTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD ARE COMING TO OKLAHOMA TO EXAMINE A MASSIVE COLLECTION OF RELIGIOUS ARTIFACTS. AN OKLAHOMA CITY BUSINESSMAN IS GATHERING THE ITEMS TO TELL THE STORY OF THE BIBLE. Steve Green\Hobby Lobby President Scott Carroll, PhD\The Green Collection Director

Related Topics: Fine Arts, Religion & Beliefs, Ancient & Classical, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Going Green Kerr Center (4:13)

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OKLAHOMA FARMERS AND RANCHERS LEARNED A HARD LESSON FROM THE DUST BOWL: IF YOU DON'T PROTECT THE LAND, IT WILL DISAPPEAR. THE KERR CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE NEAR POTEAU HAS WORKED FOR DECADES TO FIND WAYS TO ENCOURAGE AND IMPROVE CONSERVATION. AT THE KERR CENTER, FARMERS LEARN THE NEWEST WAYS TO BE GOOD TO THE LAND. Jim Horne\Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture David Redhage\Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture

Related Topics: Food, Weather & Natural Disasters, Environment

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

This Week in Business (3:03)

TED STREULI, MANAGING EDITOR OF THE JOURNAL RECORD, IS HERE WITH MORE NEWS IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Newsmaker Interview (6:40)

CITING THE POTENTIAL FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOB CREATION, GOVERNOR MARY FALLIN HAS APPOINTED 18 PEOPLE TO SERVE ON THE NEWLY RE-INSTATED GOVERNOR'S SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL. IN OUR NEWSMAKER INTERVIEW, DICK PRYOR SPOKE WITH SECRETARY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, DR. STEPHEN MCKEEVER, WHO WILL HEAD THE COUNCIL. ALSO, MICHAEL CAROLINA, THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE OKLAHOMA CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.

Related Topics: Government, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Cherokee Election (10:03)

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THE CHEROKEE NATION'S SUPREME COURT HAS THROWN OUT THE RESULTS OF A DISPUTED ELECTION TO DETERMINE THE TRIBE'S NEXT CHIEF...SETTING THE STAGE FOR A NEW ELECTION. HISTORICALLY, TRIBAL ELECTIONS INVOLVE CONTROVERSY. THAT IS AGAIN THE CASE WITH THE LATEST EFFORT OF THE STATE'S LARGEST INDIAN TRIBE TO SELECT A NEW PRINCIPAL CHIEF. Chief Chad Smith\Incumbant Bill John Baker\Challenger Robin Mayes\Cherokee Citizen Dawnena Squirrel Mackey\Cherokee Citizen Ross Swimmer\Former Cherokee Chief Gail Ross\Historian THE CHEROKEE TRIBAL COUNCIL IS ITS LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. THE UPROAR OVER THE PRINCIPAL CHIEF'S ELECTION HAS THE COUNCIL LOOKING FOR WAYS TO RESTORE CONFIDENCE IN THE CHEROKEE'S ELECTORAL PROCESS. IT'S FIRST STEP IS PASSING A RESOLUTION ASKING THE TRIBE'S ELECTION COMMISSION TO CONSIDER USING AN OUTSIDE ELECTION SERVICE WITH NO TIES TO THE NATION TO TABULATE FUTURE BALLOTS. THE COUNCIL'S SPEAKER MEREDITH FRAILEY SAYS THE COUNCIL WILL ALSO BEGIN WORK SOON ON REFORMING CHEROKEE ELECTION LAWS.

Related Topics: Politics

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Shell Oil Lawsuit (13:37)

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It is one of the biggest civil lawsuits in state history and it took from 1995 until December of 2010 for the case to be resolved. But outside of Stephens County few Oklahomans have ever heard about it. Shell Oil Company ended up paying more than 66.7 million dollars to the heirs of two Oklahoma men who went into the oil and natural gas business back in 1923. And the giant oil company is still in court today fighting over the attorney fees they were ordered to pay.

Related Topics: Environment, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011