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Twelve States Suing the EPA Over Federal Clean Power Plan

Twelve states, including Oklahoma, have joined together to sue the EPA over President Barack Obama’s plan to cut carbon emissions 30 percent nationally by 2030. The plan largely focuses on reducing our reliance on coal-fired power plants. Power plants account for nearly one-third of all domestic greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. Currently, there […]

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Drought Continues Despite Recent Rain

Recent rain has almost doubled the amount of the state not experiencing drought. Central Oklahoma received 3-6+ inches of rain last week. However, nearly 90 percent of the state is still abnormally dry or experiencing drought conditions. Just under 6 percent of the state is currently in the worst stage of drought, exceptional. It’s pretty […]

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Oklahoma Sees it’s Worst Wheat Crop Since 1957

Oklahoma Wheat Commission director Mike Schulte says the current projection is for about 51 million bushels of wheat in the state, half as much as last year. This would make it the worst crop since 1957, which saw 43 million bushels. The ongoing drought, late freeze and untimely late spring rains are to blame for […]

Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails

Featured Business: Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails

Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails is a restaurant in Norman, Oklahoma. They use real ingredients and cook from scratch, as the name suggests. They even use this concept when it comes to their cocktails. You will find a wide range of delicious dishes at Scratch but what you won’t find is high fructose corn syrup, bleach […]


Oklahoma is Starting the Week off Shaking

After a shaky weekend, the work week is off to a shaky start as well. Early this morning a 3.9 magnitude earthquake shook Medford. During the weekend Oklahoma was rocked by seven earthquakes. The largest was a 4.3 magnitude quake in Langston on Saturday. There were no reports of damage or major injury. The other […]