From Guymon to Poteau: The Biggest Oklahoma StateImpact Stories of 2013

Jan 5, 2014


From the corners of Oklahoma, across the border into Texas; to the nation’s capital and even the U.S. Supreme Court, StateImpact Oklahoma team traveled about 10,000 miles in 2013, talking with Oklahomans about government policy and how it’s affecting their lives. 

The top stories of 2013 were about: limestone mining on Longhorn Mountain, the lowest water level ever for Lake Hefner, the water fight between Texas and Oklahoma, the tornado in Moore, the earthquake swarm, the government’s role in natural disasters, the drought and its far reaching impact.

The most read story explored the link between earthquakes and oil and gas disposal wells.

To read the top stories of 2013 from State Impact Oklahoma, click here.