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As you may recall, for the past few sessions, I’ve served as co-chair of the Oklahoma Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus. This is a bipartisan org…

Session begins on Monday, February 6 and this past week was the bill filing deadline. The Senate filed 831 bills while the House had 1,340.

Oklahoma state agencies have cut their payrolls by 609 employees since the first of the year, but that number is expected to soar much higher as a series of previously announced voluntary buyout and reduction-in-force plans come to fruition later this year.

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The Oklahoma Military Department's $63.7 million armory likely will open within the next 30 days, Facility Manager Gary Scott told the Broken …

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The Oklahoma Military Department is working with the Department of Environmental Quality to clean up several

armories with low-level lead contamination so they can be put to civilian

use in communities.

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City of Broken Arrow officials have been informed that their city will be the site of a new Armed Forces Reserve Center.

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A $50 million-plus Armed Forces Reserve Center earmarked for Broken Arrow might be lost to north Tulsa, if property is not found locally - and…

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The Oklahoma Military Department says it needs

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1.5 million in state funds before June 1 to buy land to build facilities in Brok

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A special audit of the Oklahoma Military Department released Thursday recommended a "thorough

investigation" of its youth programs division, including the use

of cadet labor at the Thunderbird Regimented Training Program in Pryor, records show.

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A special audit of the Oklahoma Military Department released Thursday recommended a "thorough

investigation" of its youth programs division, including the use

of cadet labor at the Thunderbird Regimented Training Program in Pryor, records show.

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A farewell ceremony is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday in Lawton for more than 100 soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 158th Field Artillery, which h…

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) --

The Oklahoma Military Department has begun a search for

towns willing to offer free land

on which new National Guard

armories and armed forces reserve centers could be built.

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The

Oklahoma Military Department

has set a Nov. 15 deadline for a

final plan on closing some of the

state's 82 National Guard armories, Col. Dale Carney said Monday.

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Lt. Col. Hopper Smith, battalion commander of the 1st Battalion of the 179th Infantry and a member of the state House of Representatives, is p…

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