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Dakota Raynes, a graduate student at Oklahoma State University, read aloud a Kansas order declaring earthquakes a threat to that state's public safety. “When are you all going to do something like that?" he asked state officials at a town hall meeting in Medford. "We have more earthquakes here than they have there. What’s it going to take?”


Officials from the state Corporation Commission are expanding their system of regulating wastewater disposal wells to combat frequent earthquakes. Instead of focusing on only problem wells, the state will add seismic areas, a spokesman said.

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OLIVER -- Myra Lee, 88, died Wednesday, November 29, 2006. She was born in Stillwater, OK, in 1918, to Willard and Ada Sollers. She was preced…

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