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Why Thawing Relations With Cuba Could Be A Boon To Oklahoma Wheat Farmers

The decades old embargo on trade with communist Cuba cuts U.S. goods off from what would be one of their nearest international destinations.


Oklahoma’s Economically Vital Seaport Still Struggling After Rains Scuttle Shipping

The nation’s most inland seaport shut down because of record spring rains and is still struggling to rebound.