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Plunkett Research Database - Market Research & Industry Statistics

Marketing and Industry trends database

Plunkett Research Database - A one-stop resource for Market Research, Industry Statistics, Trends and In-Depth Analysis of Top Companies for many industries including: Green Technology, Engineering & Research, Nanotechnology, Food and Beverage, Manufacturing, Retailing and many more. Access to Plunkett Research database is only available at the Central Library with your library card.

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Weatherization Assistance Programs

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This winter has been mild so far, but as many Oklahomans know, that can change at any moment. Weatherization prepares your home for Oklahoma's erratic cold temperatures and snow storms, but can be an unaffordable option for some homeowners and renters.

If your residence is in need of weather prepping, these assistance programs may be able to help you:

National Film Registry 2012 Additions

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Just in time for last minute holiday shopping, the Library of Congress has announced 25 additions to the National Film Registry.

Where can I go to find the business hours for the different library locations?

Because many of our libraries are open for different durations, we've posted the hours of operation for each branch on our website. From the homepage, simply select the Locations tab on the far right side of the page. This will give you a full list of the libraries around the county and the business hours for each day of that particular week. To the right of the weekly schedules is also a list of holidays that all libraries will be closed throughout the year.

Going Green in 2013: Literacy Office to Email Bulletins

In an effort to be more green, the Literacy Office has started emailing our thrice-yearly newsletter Lit Bits to tutors and adult learners.  We also email a monthly bulletin to tutors called Literacy Online which discusses important dates for the month (library closings, in-service classes for tutors and learners, etc.).  If you haven’t been receiving the monthly Literacy Online email, it’s likely we don’t have your current email address on file. 

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