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Poultry waste issue back on track?

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Negotiations between Oklahoma's Attorney General and poultry producers regarding cleaning up eastern Oklahoma watersheds appear to be back on track. (4/7/05)   Read More...

Edmondson Says He'll Sue if Arkansas Breaks Talks

An Arkansas threat to end water quality negotiations did not stop Oklahoma from submitting its new phosphorus standard to federal environmental regulators, Attorney General Drew Edmondson said today.   Read More...

Impasse Is Over Arkansas, Oklahoma Agree To Sign Water Quality Pact

LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas and Oklahoma officials agreed Wednesday to a revised document settling the dispute over Oklahoma's controversial phosphorus rule.   Read More...

Actions Speak Louder than Words

Gov. Mike Huckabee says he does not want a war over water with Oklahoma, but in this case his actions speak louder than his words.   Read More...

Four Arkansas cities pledge to cut phosphorus in rivers

TAHLEQUAH -- Water quality in Oklahoma's six scenic rivers should improve dramatically under an agreement by four northwest Arkansas cities to reduce phosphorus pollution, an Oklahoma official said Tuesday.   Read More...

Tenkiller Lake Gets Protective Water Quality Standard

Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry has approved new water quality standards submitted by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board. The standards include greater protection for Lake Tenkiller, one of Oklahoma's most valuable reservoirs. Lake Tenkiller now is designated a High Quality Water.   Read More...

Tulsa News Conference

Gerald Hilsher of Tulsa, member of the Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission speaks at the Tulsa Press Club news conference.   Read More...

Litter wars

Poultry management battle heats up   Read More...

June OSRC meeting report

The Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission took several proactive actions at its June meeting.   Read More...

Illinois River Quality Improves

ROGERS — Samples from the Illinois River show municipal wastewater plants in Northwest Arkansas are improving at removing phosphorus from their discharges into streams, a scientist said Tuesday.   Read More...
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