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The Radio Oklahoma Network is the largest network in Oklahoma, with over 40 affiliated stations.

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24/06/2022

Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor’s comments on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, provided exclusively to the Hilliary Media Group network.

A major announcement affecting this page and others. Hilliary Media Group today announced its acquisition of Radio Oklah...
09/01/2022
Oklahoma Farm Report - Hilliary Media Group Acquires Four Rural News Outlets, Establishes Rural Oklahoma Network

A major announcement affecting this page and others.
Hilliary Media Group today announced its acquisition of Radio Oklahoma Ag Network, Oklahoma Farm Report among other news sites. The new properties will operate under the name Rural Oklahoma Network, with original content syndicated to more than 50 radio stations across Oklahoma.

http://oklahomafarmreport.com/wire/news/2022/01/00924_HilliaryMediaGroup01052022_130734.php#.YdpvQGjMKUk

Howdy Neighbors! Oklahoma Farm Report is home to Ron Hays - 'Ron on RON.' Radio Oklahoma Network keeps producers updated with ag news, reports, markets, sales and so much more!

When a tornado plowed into south Elk City this week, it hit squarely in a business district filled with a handful of ene...
18/05/2017

When a tornado plowed into south Elk City this week, it hit squarely in a business district filled with a handful of energy companies.
The storm destroyed operations at National Oilwell Varco and Fairway Resources and badly damaged the offices of LuGreg Trucking and C and J Energy.
The tornado didn’t destroy the LuGreg Trucking facilities but Jerry Minick, Yard Manager told OK Energy Today it left extensive damage.
“It blew down three shop doors, put a 30 foot by 50 foot hole in the building, bent walls over, rolled two trailers and left a hole in my office 6 feet by one foot,” he said in describing the damage. “It blew down several hundred feet of chain-link fence, blew out all the windows in one truck and left a one by three hole in another.”
But Minick said work’s continuing.

"You can't sit around and whine about things you can't control. We'll pick up where this tornado left off and keep movin...
18/05/2017
Elk City Oilfield Supplier Vows to Rebuild After Tornado - Oklahoma Energy Today

"You can't sit around and whine about things you can't control. We'll pick up where this tornado left off and keep moving ahead." Josh Moran. Elk City.

Days after a tornado wiped out his company's headquarters in the south side of Elk City, businessman Josh Moran says he has no intention of not rebuilding.

"Absolutely. We've already moved what we could over to the facilities we were using prior to purchasing this property," said Moran, owner of Moran Equipment, an oilfield equipment supply firm he started in 2005.

Read more at http://okenergytoday.com/2017/05/elk-city-oilfield-supplier-vows-rebuild-tornado/.

“You can’t sit around and whine about things you can’t control. We’ll pick up where this tornado left off and keep moving ahead.” Josh Moran. Elk City. Days after a tornado wiped out his company’s headquarters in the south side of Elk City, businessman Josh Moran says he has no intention of not …...

A change in which area of Oklahoma now faces the highest threat of severe weather today.  News 9 meteorologist Cassie He...
18/05/2017

A change in which area of Oklahoma now faces the highest threat of severe weather today. News 9 meteorologist Cassie Heiter says a changing weather map shows northwest Oklahoma has the highest risk of tornadoes and damaging winds.

04/05/2017

The father and son who ran the former Tate Publishing company in Mustang have been hit with felony and misdemeanor fraud charges filed by Attorney General Mike Hunter. In an announcement, Hunter said what Ryan and Richard Tate did to defraud individuals is “unconscionable and a blatant disregard.” The Tates were in Canadian County district court this morning and bond was set at 100 thousand dollars each.

24/04/2017

The painting at the middle of a legal fight between OU and a French woman who claimed it had been stolen by the N***s in World War Two has arrived in France. OU spokesman Rowdy Gilbert tells Radio Oklahoma News the Shepherdess painting is on display at a museum in Paris. It’ll be there for five years as part of the legal settlement between OU and Leone Meyer, the woman who took the University to court. The two sides reached a settlement nearly a year ago.

24/04/2017

Oklahoma City police have arrested a man on charges of kidnapping a 26-year old woman in Nashville, Tennessee and bringing her to the city to be his pr******te. The woman was kidnapped after her drink was drugged. She escaped last Friday and alerted officers who finally caught 42 year old Jason Hall.

24/04/2017

He's been a candidate for congress and governor and lost every time. Now 76 year old Gary Richardson, a Tulsa attorney says he's running as a Republican. The former US Attorney out of Muskogee made the formal announcement today in Oklahoma City.

24/04/2017

A ten month federal prison sentence has been handed Traci Owens of Edmond for stealing 55 thousand dollars from the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Canadian County. She was the executive director of the charity for abused and neglected children and pleaded guilty last year.

24/04/2017

Near Spiro, a capsized boat left a 6-year old boy dead, another rescued and their parents missing in the Arkansas River. It happened Sunday and LeFlore county sheriff's officers say the six year old died last night in a hospital. A four year old boy was washed downstream but was saved by his life jacket.

03/04/2017

Russell Westbrook's latest triple double wasn't enough for Oklahoma City to beat Charlotte on Sunday...The Thunder fell 113 to 101 as Westbrook is only one triple double from tying the 1961 record set by Oscar Robertson.

03/04/2017

Oklahoma City police have arrested a 28 year old woman with the Saturday morning shooting that left another woman dead and four other persons wounded. Jessica Madbull is being held on a charge of killing 33 year old Monica Valdez. One of the victims remains hospitalized.

27/03/2017

Oklahoma's reported a jump of 7 rigs to reach 118 oil and gas rigs drilling for new energy compared to last week. The latest figures compare to 63 reported in the state last year at this time. The national count grew by 20 to reach 809.

27/03/2017

The state legislature's starting the second half of its session today. Last week was the end of the first half as State House members got a budget update. The state's still facing a nearly 900 million dollar budget hole and the legislature's considering a 14 and a half percent budget cut.

27/03/2017

Oklahoma Congressman Tom Cole says he was ready to vote for the health care plan that didn't get a vote on Friday in the US House. He said he was extremely disappointed to miss the opportunity to dramatically improve healthcare for millions.

27/03/2017

Republican State Auditor Gary Jones says he's formed a committee to study his political future for 2018. Options include returning to the family farm near Lawton or even running for Governor. Jones says the committee will travel to every county in the state to see if he has support for a possible gubernatorial run.

27/03/2017

Tecumseh police officer Justin Terney has died after being shot 3 times in a shootout with a suspect. The 22-year old officer managed to wound the suspect four times. He was rushed to the OU Medical Center where he died hours later.
The name of the suspect has yet to be confirmed. The shootout happened after a traffic stop and the suspect, a passenger in a car driven by a woman, fled on foot and opened fire. The shootout happened just as backup officers were arriving on the scene.
Officer Terney joined the Tecumseh police department last year and completed his CLEET training in July 2016.

24/03/2017

Corrections officials say an inmate was stabbed to death Wednesday at the North Fork prison at Sayre. He was 52 year old Stephen Maxwell who was doing a 200 year sentence for lewd molestation out of Rogers County. No inmate's been accused of the murder.

24/03/2017

Norman police identify the young man who opened fire at the Fiji fraternity house Wednesday night before killing himself was 21 year old Vincent Valentin, (val-en-teen) an OU student. Investigators say he had previous dealings with the fraternity. He first came to the attention of police in a gun-pointing incident at a Walmart store. Then after driving his truck into the back yard of the fraternity, fired shots then threw a hatchet at some members before fleeing and killing himself.

24/03/2017

A professor at Francis Tuttle Technology Center has been arrested, accused of 13 counts of false declaration to a pawn shop. It's all part of a more than two-month long investigation into 35-thousand-dollars worth of missing tools from a Francis Tuttle Technology Center classroom. Investigators say they were able to track down the stolen tools to a number of pawn shops in the OKC metro area. The Sheriff's Office says the suspect is John Paul Sands, who was actually a part-time adjunct professor at the center. Some of the unsold stolen items were found in Sands' car, according to the Sheriff's Office.

24/03/2017

A wrongway driver killed in a headon crash with a pickup truck on the Kilpatrick Turnpike in northwest Oklahoma City is identified as Charlotte Eisenhour of Oklahoma City. State troopers say the 40 year old woman was southbound in the northbound lanes near NW 10th street when the accident happened about two a-m.

Congressman Enters Red River Land Ownership Disputes - Oklahoma Energy Today
16/02/2017
Congressman Enters Red River Land Ownership Disputes - Oklahoma Energy Today

Congressman Enters Red River Land Ownership Disputes - Oklahoma Energy Today

Growing disputes over the ownership of landing along the shifting Red River have prompted Oklahoma U.S. Rep. Tom Cole (R) to introduce legislation to have a review of the 116-mile stretch of the river boundary between Oklahoma and Texas. Action by the Bureau of Land Management to lay claim to tens o...

OERB's Annual Report Shows 662 Abandoned Wells Cleaned up Last Year in Oklahoma - Oklahoma Energy Today
10/02/2017
OERB's Annual Report Shows 662 Abandoned Wells Cleaned up Last Year in Oklahoma - Oklahoma Energy Today

OERB's Annual Report Shows 662 Abandoned Wells Cleaned up Last Year in Oklahoma - Oklahoma Energy Today

The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board is out with its 2016 annual report, a report emphasizing Restore, Education and Innovate. Mindy Stitt, Executive Director of OERB reports the group has education programs underway in 98 percent of the school districts in the state. In addition, the OERB’s main fun...

Former OU defensive end and current New England Patriot Geneo  Grissom gets a Super Bowl Ring.  The Patriots came from 2...
06/02/2017

Former OU defensive end and current New England Patriot Geneo Grissom gets a Super Bowl Ring. The Patriots came from 25 down last night to beat Atlanta 343-28 in overtime.

06/02/2017

Another quake woke up Oklahomans this morning. It was around 5 a-m when a three point one magnitude quake hit Oklahoma County. So far, no injuries are reported.

NFL and former Oklahoma State football player Brandon Pettigrew ended up in jail Sunday morning following a disturbance ...
06/02/2017

NFL and former Oklahoma State football player Brandon Pettigrew ended up in jail Sunday morning following a disturbance at a Bricktown bar in Oklahoma City. Police charged him with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Pettigrew played several years for the Detroit Lions but was released in December and is an unsigned free agent.

Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford is making a case to other U.S. Senators that they should vote to confirm Oklahoma Atto...
03/02/2017

Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford is making a case to other U.S. Senators that they should vote to confirm Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to be the Administrator of the EPA.

In a Friday-morning speech on the Senate floor, the Republican Senator noted how Pruitt's been "beaten up" lately by environmental groups and opponents. But he said Pruitt will be the kind of Environmental Protection Agency administrator who will follow the law.

03/02/2017

Oklahoma City police have yet to release the identity of a woman killed in the crash of her SUV while she was fleeing from police today. She crashed into a pickup truck near I-40 and Agnew Avenue, leaving two other people in critical condition.

23/01/2017

Despite a slow economic recovery in Oklahoma, the State Commerce Department reports 2016 investments by businesses totaled $2.2 billion. Fourteen of the companies were new ones that located in the state.

23/01/2017

So many requests have come from Democrats who want more information from Scott Pruitt that a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee likely won't meet this week to make a recommendation on him becoming EPA Administrator. Could be next week at the earliest.

23/01/2017

Oklahoma City police have arrested 17-year old Taylor Lawrence for the murder of a man whose body was found in a burning car Saturday night. Investigators say the victim was killed before the vehicle was set afire in a residential neighborhood. The victim's identity has yet to be established.

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The Oklahoma City Community Foundation’s Brian Dougherty was recently featured on RADIO OKLAHOMA NETWORK's new show, All Things Green Landscaping & Design LLC, discussing the Oklahoma City tree inventory project.

The project will record the location and information of 20,000 trees in Oklahoma City, helping manage our parks and public spaces efficiently. The project, which is in the final stages, will make an immediate impact as a wood-boring insect threatening our nation’s ash trees was recently discovered to have entered northeast Oklahoma. The Emerald Ash Borer’s arrival in Oklahoma was inevitable and has been expected for some time. The tree inventory project will be able to quickly locate Oklahoma City’s ash trees to help treat them, saving the city thousands of dollars that would have been spent without the data and technology of the tree inventory.

Listen to the show below.

Visit http://bit.ly/okctrees to learn more about the Oklahoma City Tree Inventory.
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