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(Cover: Christopher Street / Oklahoma Gazette)

Cover Story: What can OKC do to prevent temblors from hitting within city limits

Cover Story: What can OKC do to prevent temblors from hitting within city limits

“The only people in the whole mix that say these earthquakes aren’t man-made and not caused by wastewater disposal wells are those directly in the business,” Reid said.

Quake questions

Credit: Brad Gregg Earthquakes measurable on the Richter Scale are now commonplace in Central Oklahoma. The “why” part has puzzled experts, but last week University of Oklahoma seismologist Katie Keranen and two other researchers weighed in with a report attributing a series of November 2011 earthquakes near Prague — including one of a 5.7 magnitude

The hell you say

Just ask Kaitlin Nootbaar, the last academic year’s valedictorian of Prague High School. Her reference of Hades’ hangout in her valedictory address last May so irritated school administrators that they’ve withheld her diploma until she writes letters of apology to everyone short of the school’s janitorial staff. Kaitlin’s father, David Nootbaar, said he and his

One in the Chamber

Gooding is Ray Carver, a fixer who “solves” disputes between mob families. He also narrates from the start, so you know on whose side the movie stands; however, his softly spoken platitudes like “The past is the devil. You can’t run from it. It’s always behind you” put me squarely on the opposite side. Meanwhile,

Quaker state

However, they ended up documenting the state’s biggest earthquake in recorded history. “We didn’t know we were going to go out to record a main shock,” said Holland, a seismologist for the Oklahoma Geological Survey. The surprise of having such a large quake in Oklahoma, considered geologically stable by most, has not been lost on

Quaker state

However, they ended up documenting the state’s biggest earthquake in recorded history. “We didn’t know we were going to go out to record a main shock,” said Holland, a seismologist for the Oklahoma Geological Survey. The surprise of having such a large quake in Oklahoma, considered geologically stable by most, has not been lost on

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