COVID-19 in Oklahoma podcast: March 23

On today's podcast, host Ben Felder and Frontier reporter Kassie McClung discuss the increase in coronavirus tests expected this week and where the state is putting 4 mobile testing sites.
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COVID-19 in Oklahoma podcast: March 22

On today's podcast, Ben Felder speaks with Clifton Adcock about how prepared Oklahoma is for a significant rise in unemployment claims. Plus, we hear from a mental health therapist about how the coronavirus is impacting her field.
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COVID-19 in Oklahoma podcast: March 21

Ben Felder updates listeners on the latest coronavirus stories including the latest numbers on the virus in the state. He also talks to Frontier reporters about their recent stories
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COVID-19 in Oklahoma podcast: March 20

COVID-19 in Oklahoma is a new daily podcast from The Frontier that takes a closer look at the coronavirus in Oklahoma, including interviews and conversations with reporters.
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Listen Frontier: Coronavirus and Oklahoma’s vulnerable workforce

This week Listen Frontier host Ben Felder interviews Frontier reporter Kassie McClung about her recent coverage of the coronavirus in Oklahoma, as well as Courtney Cullison of OKPolicy about the vulnerable workforce that could be impacted.
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Listen Frontier: Can Kendra Horn hold on in tightly contested CD5 race?

On this episode we speak with Rep. Kendra Horn and State Sen. Stephanie Bice, one of several Republicans running in the primary. We also speak with JR Day of OkiePolls about which Republican candidate might have the best chance of upsetting Horn.
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Listen Frontier: Oklahoma’s attempt to shed its over-incarceration label

On today's episode we talk with Pardon and Parole Board member Adam Luck about the commutation process, the rise in commuted sentences and what's next in Oklahoma's continued effort to decrease its prison population.
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Room 918: The history (and future) of Native American education in Oklahoma

On this podcast, done in conjunction with our friends at Teach For America Greater Tulsa, we talk with Greg Anderson, who serves as the Secretary of Education and Training for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
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Listen Frontier: How do you lure young professionals to Tulsa to teach?

How important is having a young, diverse staff of teachers? What can Tulsa do to better attract that demographic to the city to teach?
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Listen Frontier: USS Tulsa crew members visit city for the first time

The Independence-class littoral combat ship is due for delivery to the Navy in late 2018 or early 2019. The ship will have 70 crew members, 10 of whom are in Tulsa to learn more about the city after which the USS Tulsa is named.
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