Adaysha.Richardson. Oklahoma. The capital of Oklahoma is Oklahoma city . Capital of Oklahoma. The outline. The outline of the state. Flag . State flag. Motto and nickname motto is the sooner state and the nickname is. State motto & nick name.
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Brand new state! Brand new state, gonna treat you great!Gonna give you barley, carrots and pertaters,Pasture fer the cattle, Spinach and Temayters!Flowers on the prarie where the June bugs zoom,Plenty of air and plenyof room,Plenty of room to swing a rope!Plenty of heart and plenyof hope.
Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping' down the plain,And the waving' wheat can sure smell sweetWhen the wind comes right behind the rain.Oklahoma, every night my honey lamb and ISit alone and talk and watch a hawk making' lazy circles in the sky.We know we belong to the landAnd the land we belong to is grand!And when we say--Yeeow! A-yip-i-o-ee ay!We're only saying' You're doing' fine, Oklahoma! Oklahoma--O.KState song: Oklahoma
Member, Project Safe Board of Directors, 1993-presentMember, Gateway to Prevention and Recovery, Incorporated Board of Directors, 1991-presentFormer President, Pottawatomie County Bar Association, 1991Member, Saint Gregory's College Board of Trustees, 1990-presentMember, American Bar AssociationDeacon/Member, First Baptist Church of ShawneeMember, Oklahoma Academy and Leadership, Class IXMember, Oklahoma Bar AssociationAmbassador, Shawnee Chamber of CommerceMember, Shawnee JayceesMember, Shawnee Lion's ClubFormer Managing Editor, University of Oklahoma Law Review
Caucuses/Non-Legislative Committees: Former Vice Chair, Senate Economic Development Committee Former Chair, Senate Judiciary CommitteeThe governor of Oklahoma
Although in its early days oil dominated the economy, Oklahoma City today hosts a wide range of businesses and employers. Agriculture, energy, aviation, government, health care, manufacturing, and industry all play major roles in the city's economic well-being. Oklahoma City is the seat of government for the state of Oklahoma as well as Oklahoma County. There are also many regional federal agency offices located in the City. The government sector accounts for about 20 percent of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area non-agricultural employment. The health care industry is a major economic driver in the city. Mike Monroe Aeronautical Center, which is the largest trainer of Air Traffic Controllers in the world, and Tinker Air Force Base are major drivers as well. As the largest industrial operation in Oklahoma, Tinker serves the U.S. Air Force as a repair depot and provides logistic services for the U.S. Air Force throughout the world. Tinker employs 26,000 military and civilian personnel with a combined annual payroll of more than $775 million. There is also a growing high technology sector in the Oklahoma City economy, with more than 400 companies employing 30,000 in the fields of high technology, information technology, and software development.Major industry and exports