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Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1339
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine Oklahoma’s Native American heritage and explore the impact it has on all of our lives.
Bill Anoatubby – Tribal Sovereignty
Value Added: Chickasaw Nation leader Bill Anoatubby discusses tribal sovereignty issues.
Bill Anoatubby – Spirit of a Nation
Leader of the Chickasaw Nation Bill Anoatubby talks about the tribe’s successes and its new state-of-the-art medical facility.
Bill Anoatubby – Advancing a Nation
Bill Anoatubby, governor of the Chickasaw Nation, discusses how the tribe’s business enterprises affect the Oklahoma economy.
Bill Anoatubby – Destination Chickasaw
Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby talks about the tribe’s history, which is displayed at The Chickasaw Cultural Center, and its accomplishments.
Native American Impact
Oklahoma’s economy is greatly affected by our Native American tribes.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1247
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we explore the economic success of Native American tribes.
Daniel Wallach - Rebuilding Green After a Tornado
Two years ago an EF-5 tornado leveled the small town of Greensburg (Kan.). We visit with Daniel Wallach, director of the GreenTown Project, about why city ...
Homes That Withstand Tornadoes?
Destruction from tornadoes is common, but some homebuilders believe sturdier construction could avert it.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1327
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we visit some Oklahoma businesses with international roots.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1329
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we take a look at Oklahoma’s water resources.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1325
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at the recovery and healing efforts in the aftermath of the devastating tornadoes in the heartland.
The Spirit of Volunteerism During a Crisis
CareerTech volunteers assist in the rebuilding efforts in Moore, Okla., after a deadly tornado ripped through the town.
Greg Winters - Canadian Valley Strong
Dr. Greg Winters and the Canadian Valley Tech Center staff in El Reno, Okla., begin cleanup and recovery efforts after a tornado damaged the campus.
Rebuilding Green After a Tornado
We visit with Daniel Wallach, director of the Greensburg (Kan.) GreenTown Project, about why city leaders decided to rebuild green.
Our Wild Weather Continues
Oklahoma is a hub of activity when it comes to weather, even when there’s not a storm cloud in sight.
Experts in Brazed Heat Exchangers
SWEP’s new Tulsa manufacturing facility provides efficient solutions for air conditioning, refrigeration, heating, industry and district energy with the latest ...
Global Supplier to the Oil and Gas Industry
Casing centralizer manufacturer Centek Inc. in Oklahoma City specializes in delivering innovation, design and engineering expertise to the oil and gas industry.
Water Wrangling
Thirsty north Texas still wants Oklahoma water despite a Supreme Court ruling that a Texas water district has no legal claim to it.
Native Rights: Negotiation or Litigation
Native tribes assert their water rights in southeast Oklahoma.
Red River Rivalry Over Water
Lake Texoma sportsmen are at odds with farmers' needs in southwest Oklahoma.
Water Level Is Too Low
While parts of Oklahoma are recovering from the drought, Canton Lake still suffers.
Rural Water Usage
A new law could give rural Oklahomans more say in their water usage.
Mick Cornett - Growing Water Needs
Water needs in Oklahoma City are expected to grow as the metro area expands.
Positive Perspective
The debate over Oklahoma’s water resources has created a keen competition among several groups.