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Hannover House Expands Production and Financing Opportunities in Oklahoma as Natural Extension to Form 10 Filing and MyFlix Launch

FAYETTEVILLE, AR / ACCESSWIRE / July 25, 2021 / Hannover House, Inc., (OTC PINK:HHSE) has filed with the Oklahoma Secretary of State to conduct business in Oklahoma as part of the company's current activities with the newly announced $20-million dollar action-adventure feature, 'Meltdown' and other corporate endeavors. As part of this activity, Hannover House has obtained an option to purchase twelve acres of land in Cherokee County, Oklahoma which the company intends to use as the site of a 15,000 square foot production stage to house the necessary Nuclear Plant sets for 'Meltdown.' The company hopes to close the transaction for the acquisition of for the land within the next 45-days so that construction on the stage and film sets can commence in October.
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Smart irrigation practices benefit plants and budgets

STILLWATER – Using smart irrigation practices is as important as selecting the right plants when establishing and maintaining a landscape, say Oklahoma State University Extension experts. Josh Campbell, OSU Extension urban agriculture and natural resources educator in Oklahoma County, said July and August are when Oklahomans use the most water...
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Oklahoma cut off federal unemployment benefits early But workers are struggling to find jobs — part 2

(Editor’s Note: The first part of this story can be found on Pages 4, 5 and 12 of the Thursday, July 22, 2021, edition of the Weatherford Daily News.) Jeri “Jae” Robinson-Guthrie, 49, lost her two jobs as a marketing merchandiser in 2019 and, having been unemployed before, was familiar with the process and filed an unemployment insurance claim. After spending about 4 weeks waiting for her claim to be adjudicated, she joined the Oklahoma Unemployment Issues Facebook group and became an administrator shortly after.
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Oklahoma merchants invite you to buy local this weekend

ARDMORE, Okla. (KTEN) -- This is the first year for the Oklahoma Independent Shopkeepers Association's Weekend of Local initiative, which is a way to get Oklahomans out to support local businesses and restaurants. One Ardmore boutique employee said it is like Amazon Prime Day, but for local businesses. It is...
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Marijuana top crop in Oklahoma, concerns on the rise

LONGDALE, OK — Over the last six to eight months, the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) said Oklahoma has seen a huge influx of marijuana growers coming to the state, including both legal and criminal organizations. Mark Woodward is the OBN public information officer and said he credits that to...
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Oklahoma supports local businesses with inaugural Weekend of Local

SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - The pandemic took a heavy toll on small businesses across the nation. That’s why this weekend the Independent Shopkeepers Association is encouraging communities across the state to help Oklahoma businesses with an initiative they call Weekend of Local. “They’ve had a huge financial impact from all...
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Initial, continued unemployment up in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KSWO) - The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission has reported an increase in initial and continued unemployment claims. For the week ending July 10, initial claims reached 7,787, up from the previous week’s 6,770. Continued claims for the same week reached 40,315. The week before the number sat...
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Oklahoma Land for Sale

Oklahoma Land for Sale offered by Mossy Oak Properties. Oklahoma’s heritage is tied to the land. The Sooner State is home to a diverse array of land types, from the mountains and lakes of eastern Oklahoma, the expansive and game-rich ranches of western Oklahoma, and the world class deer and duck hunting along the Red River. The outdoor lifestyle is alive and well in Oklahoma.
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Oklahoman's Getting Back to Work

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt opted to end federal supplemental unemployment benefits a month ago. This was done in an effort to put Oklahoman’s back to work by giving those who find employment a $1,200 back-to-work incentive. The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission has begun distributing those checks and Oklahoma is now...
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Oklahoma cut off federal unemployment benefits early But workers are struggling to find jobs — part 1

Debi Jacks and her two teenage daughters are likely to lose their home soon. The federal eviction moratorium ends July 31, and with no job, no more unemployment benefits and rent that’s already past due, her outlook is bleak. Jacks, 51, lives with her daughters in an Oklahoma City apartment. She was a structural welder for 25 years before she lost her son in late 2018. After taking all of the…