AP-OK--Oklahoma News Digest 1:30 pm, OK
Sep. 02, 2018
Hello! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Oklahoma. Questions about coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to the AP-Oklahoma City bureau at email@example.com or 405-525-2121.
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CLAREMORE, Okla. — Manufacturers in Oklahoma have been able to voice their concerns to federal officials about the negative impact of tariffs resulting from an international trade dispute. Pelco Structural President Phil Albert spoke Monday to Chad Wilkerson, a branch executive with the Federal Reserve Bank. Wilkerson was in Claremore as part of an effort to gather information on a local level to help in policy-making decisions, as well as share what federal officials are seeing and how that's affecting economic policies, the Tulsa World reported. SENT: 300 words, photos.
EXCHANGE-OCU-25 YEARS OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City University has won at least one national team championship for 25 straight years. The last time the Stars didn't win at least one title, the school year was 1992-93. Over the years, OCU has won 11 men's golf titles, 10 in softball, nine in women's basketball, nine in women's golf, six in men's basketball, four in men's tennis, four in women's wrestling, three in men's cross country and once in baseball. By Berry Tramel, The Oklahoman. SENT IN ADVANCE: 959 words.
EXCHANGE-TRIBAL FINANCE PROGRAM
STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State University plans to offer a tribal finance and accounting certificate program. The university will hold an introductory pilot program during a consortium in November. The full kickoff is scheduled for May. The introductory level is ideal for people who do not have a finance or business background, such as elected officials or directors of different entities within the tribe. There are intermediate and advanced-level programs being developed as well. By Molly M. Fleming, The Journal Record. SENT IN ADVANCE: 604 words.
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