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26 Feb
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Oklahoma Black History Heroes: Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher

Ada Lois Sipuel was born February 8, 1924, in Chickasha, Oklahoma. An excellent student, she graduated from Lincoln High School in 1941 as valedictorian. Initially, she enrolled in Arkansas A&M College at Pine Bluff. After one year she transferred to ...

25 Feb
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Office Closed: Monday February 25

Due to impending snow, our office will be closed for the remainder of the day.

21 Feb
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Sen. Johnson Named Chair of National Black Caucus of State Legislators’ Health Committee

Oklahoma State Senate Communications Division State Capitol Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105 For Immediate Release: February 21, 2013  Sen. Constance N. Johnson named Chair of National Black Caucus of State Legislators’ Health Committee  OKLAHOMA CITY – Sen. Constance N. Johnson has been ...

20 Feb
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Bill Protecting Children Dies in House Committee

State of Oklahoma House of Representatives   February 20, 2013 For immediate release: Rep. Chuck Hoskin (405) 557-7319   Bill protecting children dies in House committee   OKLAHOMA CITY- House Republicans killed a bill in committee Tuesday afternoon that would ...

18 Feb
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Oklahoma Black History Heroes: Don R. Ross

Don Ross, the son of Israel Ross and Pearline Vann (Evette) Ross, was born on March 11, 1941, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After graduating from Tulsa’s Booker T. Washington High School in 1959, he joined the Air Force for four years. ...

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