Oklahoma refocuses on invasive cedars

January 13, 2023

Two decades after a governor’s task force warned the spread of invasive trees would mean millions in economic losses the damage is ongoing, but things could swing in 2023

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Look for Oklahoma beauties on mild winter days

November 23, 2022

Visions of winter wonderlands occupy thoughts as the holidays approach, but Oklahoma’s winter days which range from bitter to balmy can reveal different winter beauties—butterflies and moths.

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The height of deer season hits this weekend

November 17, 2022

More than 160,000 hunters licensed to take a white-tailed deer with a modern rifle will hit the woods Nov. 19-Dec. 4, 2022, with the majority making it count on opening weekend.

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Rains trigger fall foliage burst

October 30, 2022

Oklahomans are enjoying a late glimpse of fall colors thanks to some overdue October rain and a hard frost that kicked the heat and rinsed off the dust of the driest September since 1956.

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Senate committee tackles in-stream flow issue

October 18, 2022

Sen. David Bullard is taking the issue back to the drawing board to simply define the term in-stream flow.

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