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Feb. 27 - March 5 #oklaed News Brief

February 27

KOCO 5

News 9


February 28

Tulsa World

Oklahoma Watch

Sand Springs Leader

Ada News

Duncan Banner


March 1

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

NonDoc

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise

City Sentinel

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

KOAM 14

FOX 25


March 2

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

NonDoc

Cherokee Phoenix

Wagoner County American-Tribune

The Frontier

KFOR 4

News on 6

KSWO 7

News 9

FOX 25

Public Radio Tulsa

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March 3

The Oklahoman

Lawton Constitution

OSDE

Sand Springs Leader

Muskogee Phoenix

Owasso Reporter

Pawhuska Journal-Capital

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

KSWO 7

KTUL 8

Public Radio Tulsa


March 4

The Oklahoman

Lawton Constitution

OSDE

Sand Springs Leader

Ponca City News

McAlester News-Capital

KFOR 4

News on 6

News 9

KTEN 10

KOSU

Bartlesville Radio



March 5

News 9

Sarah Julian

Director, Communications

Sarah serves as the Director of Communications for the OPSRC. In this role, she provides support, consultation and training on a variety of critical tools and PR functions, including communication plans, social media policies, crisis communications, media relations and website content.

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