Drought Marches On

Published 4/2/18

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Drought continued to punish western Oklahoma throughout March, even as eastern sections saw
additional relief. Similar to February, Interstate 44 served as a rough demarcation line between the
above normal totals to the southeast and paltry offerings to the northwest. The news was dire for
northwestern Oklahoma, where precipitation deficits that began in early October 2017 strengthened
drought impacts. Fire danger rose to critical levels almost daily. Continued damage to the winter wheat
crop was reported in western Oklahoma, along with low or empty stock ponds, desiccated soils, and
struggling pastures. Severe weather reports were sporadic, but somewhat tame for a springtime month
in Oklahoma.

LifeShare to Celebrate National Donate Life Month

Published 4/2/18

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OKLAHOMA CITY (April 2, 2018) – Every April, LifeShare of Oklahoma celebrates National Donate Life Month, focusing national attention on every individual’s power to make life possible by registering their decision to be an organ, eye and tissue donor.

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