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OKG Newsletter


Topic: water

H 2 NO

Climate change and population increase could cause possible water shortages.


News

Clifton Adcock
Without water, almost no life on Earth would survive.
 
Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Green lawns or drinking water?


Letters to the Editor

Ron Ferrell
Got “H 2 NO” (Clifton Adcock, July 27, Gazette)?
 
Wednesday, August 10, 2011

'Water solution'


Letters to the Editor

Edwin Kessler
There is an excellent article on water issues (“H 2 NO”) in the July 27 Gazette. There are important reasons beyond those presented in Clifton Adcock’s article for opposing sale of any of Oklahoma’s fresh waters to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
 
Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Scary faucet


Letters to the Editor

Kerry Lund
Regarding Clifton Adcock’s cover story “H 2 NO” (July 27, Oklahoma Gazette):
 
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Water hogs

Who are the city’s biggest water users?


News

Clifton Adcock
This year has been a hard one for Oklahoma City’s water supply.
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Wild about 'Hogs'


Letters to the Editor

Carl Owen III
I read with interest the article by Mr. Clifton Adcock concerning water usage during this recent drought (News, “Water hogs,” Oct. 19, Oklahoma Gazette.)
 
Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Water war

Stakes are big in the battle over water rights.


News

Clifton Adcock
The rain came down so hard, it resembled waves crashing outside the floor-to-ceiling windows on the third floor of the Oklahoma City University Meinders School of Business building.
 
Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Water wait

A task force hopes to resolve a legal battle over water rights pitting two American Indian tribes against city and state officials.


News

Clifton Adcock
Mary Fallin, water, water rights, Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation, Sardis, OKC, Oklahoma legislature, politics, Aubrey McClendon, Oklahoma City
 
Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Quality control

Cities could bear a big bill for Lake Thunderbird pollution.


News

Carol Cole-Frowe
Steep penalties could face the cities of Norman, Oklahoma City and Moore if drastic reductions in stormwater pollutants going into the Lake Thunderbird watershed are not achieved.
 
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
 
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