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105 Years and 500,000 Oil Wells

shooting an oil well near Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Earlier this month, on November 16th, Oklahoma celebrated its 105th birthday. The same week, in the November 15th issue of The Journal Record, The Oklahoma Corporation Commission's Director of Administration, Lori Wrotenbery, stated that an estimated 500,000 oil wells had been drilled in Oklahoma since statehood.

Favorite Romance Author

Who is your absolute favorite romance fiction author?

In the past several years, TCCL has had the pleasure to host romance authors Meg Cabot, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Pamela Palmer, Julia Quinn, Rachel Cabot and Elizabeth Boyle.

What romance author would you most like to meet?

2012 Hiring Our Heroes Veterans Event

Job-seeking veterans are invited to a special job fair Dec. 4, 2012. This is event is for active  duty military members, guard and reserve members, and military spouses at the Central Park Hall.  It will be a one-of-a-kind, FREE hiring fair for both employers and job seekers.
 
Central Park Hall

Foundation Center Launches IssueLab: More than 11,000 free research publications for nonprofits

The Foundation Center has launched the next generation of IssueLab, a web site that provides free and open access to resources that analyze the world's most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges and their potential solutions. The platform contains more than 11,000 documents and represents one of the largest collections of social sector knowledge, spanning 40 issues areas, from agriculture to immigration to welfare.

IssueLab's features include:

Health Insurance Exchange & Medicaid Expansion

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The big news coming out of Oklahoma yesterday was Governor Fallin’s rejection of state established Health Insurance Exchanges and the Expansion of Medicaid.

You might be asking “what is a health insurance exchange?”

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