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  • Ranch
  • October's photo featured the Blue Hawk Peak Ranch in Pawnee, Okla. Gordon W. Lillie, or more famously known as "Pawnee Bill," bought nearly 2,000 acres of hills and valleys from Chief Blue Hawk to establish his buffalo ranch. (yudu.com)
  • Last month's photo featured the Blue Hawk Peak Ranch in Pawnee, Okla. The photo was given to us as a courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society. (yudu.com)
  • Senate
  • Senate Bill 320 (document), prefiled in the Oklahoma Senate and scheduled for a first reading on February 2, 2009, is apparently the first antievolution bill of 2009. (slate.com)
  • Oklahoma law allows Coburn to finish out the year in the Senate while a special election is held to find his replacement, ensuring there will not be a lapse in representation. (ontheissues.org)
  • City
  • Oklahoma City serves as both the modern capital of Oklahoma, and its largest city, and a great deal of Ohio's advantageous economic prowess throughout the 21st century is perhaps due largely in part to the successful thriving of this urban region as a cultivator of the variety of local business presences that it serves to house. (northamerican.com)
  • The traveler, Richard Smith, also paid a visit to the Cimarron Heritage Center Mu- seum in Boise City, Okla. While there, the museum director and curator, Jody Risley, commented that she wished she had known he was for sale as she would have liked to ac- quire the Tin Woodman for the museum. (yudu.com)
  • The Tin Man is now located at the Cimar- ron Heritage Center Museum in Boise City, Okla., for all to see. (yudu.com)
  • Group of Hydro-Eakly FFA in downtown Oklahoma City. (yudu.com)
  • T he Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives is coordinating a 50-year reunion of all former Rural Electric Youth Tour participants on July 20, 2013 in Oklahoma City. (yudu.com)
  • contributions
  • The South Central state of Oklahoma serves as an extensive example of United States business acumen from its early history into the modern day, both in its cultural rootings across the central United States to its continued contributions to the economic integrity to the country as a whole. (northamerican.com)
  • The wide array of economic variety enjoyed by Oklahoma includes major contributions to the nation's industries of biotechnology, telecommunications, and natural gas, just to name a few. (northamerican.com)
  • no ISBN #] Ferndale Bog and Natural Lake: Five Thousand Years of Environmental Change in Southeastern Oklahoma , by Lois E. Albert, with contributions by Don G. Wyckoff. (ou.edu)
  • sights
  • Pack up for an action-filled stay at one of our Oklahoma hotels with cultural festivals, remarkable state parks, and memorable sights along historic Route 66. (marriott.com)
  • If this is one of the only crappie fishing tips that you have ever heard when it comes to this species, Oklahoma is where you will want to set your sights if you are looking to reel in a bucket full of these fish. (google.com)
  • area
  • Students assisted by the EOC enroll in schools such as Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Eastern Oklahoma State College, OSU-IT, Kiamichi Technology Centers, Murray State College, Paris Junior Colllege, and many other post-secondary schools in the area. (yudu.com)
  • time
  • If it's time for you to set out on your way to Oklahoma, the moving experts at North American Van Lines are ready to assist you with the world class resources that you need. (northamerican.com)
  • It is said by many who have resided in Oklahoma for some time that the state presents something of a cultural identity that seems to be truly unique in contrast to the states and regions around it which in turn adhere to the norms of their local geography. (northamerican.com)
  • By JuliAnn Graham nce upon a time, there was a Tin Wood- man who lived in the Land of Oklahoma. (yudu.com)
  • full
  • Being able to learn particular methods and techniques may help you to get an edge on your Oklahoma fishing experience, but being that crappie are so full of surprises, you will most likely need to be prepared for anything. (google.com)
  • No matter how you fish for crappie, the season is currently in full swing in the state of Oklahoma. (google.com)
  • The 4th Annual Pumpkin Palooza takes place in Hobart, Okla. The festival is full of fall festivities, including a "pumpkin chunkin" contest launching pumpkins more than 1,000 feet. (yudu.com)
  • school
  • The first graduate degree, a Masters of Teaching, was added in 1953, and the school was officially designated as Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1974. (wikipedia.org)
  • site
  • Six pottery sherds from a single pot were found at one of the sites and since people began making pottery in Oklahoma sometime after 1 A.D., this site dates to either the Woodland or Late Prehistoric periods (2,000 to 500 years ago). (ou.edu)
  • Source
  • The lake's level has been declining for several years because of prolonged drought conditions and high water consumption of water by Yale and other Oklahoma towns that rely on this lake as their primary source. (wikipedia.org)
  • year
  • In the majority of the reservoirs found in Oklahoma, the ideal times for crappie fishing are earlier in the year beginning in January and lasting as long as May. (google.com)
  • Oklahoma attending each year. (yudu.com)
  • You can also join the Oklahoma Youth Tour 50 Year Reunion on Facebook. (yudu.com)
  • built
  • The Smiths wanted the Tin Woodman to come back t o Oklaho- ma," Risley, who is a The 13-foot Tin Woodman was orignally built in Oklahoma but had been moved to Colo- rado in 2006. (yudu.com)
  • Commission
  • These surveys, which were conducted by the Oklahoma Conservation Commission (OCC), are required when federal agencies are involved in projects that may impact National Register-eligible archaeological sites (read more about Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act at the State Historic Preservation Office website). (ou.edu)
  • Oklahoma Conservation Commission General Survey Report 1979:9, Charles S. Wallis, Jr. (ou.edu)
  • World Wa
  • When Major General Clarence L. Tinker of Pawhuska, Oklahoma became the first American general killed in World War II (June 7, 1942) near Wake Island, the airfield was renamed in his honor. (wikipedia.org)
  • move
  • If you want to be surrounded by variety, a move to Oklahoma is a fantastic idea. (northamerican.com)
  • Whether you're looking to go to or from Oklahoma in the near future, you will be able to rest easy once you get started knowing that North American Van Lines will be taking up the mantle to handle all the most difficult aspects of your move for you. (northamerican.com)