North Canadian River


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North Canadian River

A river rising in northeast New Mexico and flowing about 1,300 km (800 mi) generally southeast to the Canadian River in eastern Oklahoma. It is known as the Beaver River in the Oklahoma Panhandle and as the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City.
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It also prohibits well development in city parks or platted property, creates noise restrictions, restricts well workover and service hours and bars future development of wells within city limits or within 1,000 feet of the North Canadian River bank.
Prior to our discovery, researchers only knew the species to occur in the Canadian River drainage in San Miguel and Quay counties, New Mexico (Reimer and Jester, 1975) as well as throughout much of the North Canadian River in Oklahoma (Taylor et al., 2004).
Among the honorees is a broad-canopied bur oak along the banks of the North Canadian River in Oklahoma City.
The North Canadian River lies south of the 1889 Oklahoma City town site and bisects the modern, 620--square-mile city from west to east.
AT3 Wesley Hollingsworth of VQ-3, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., was on his way home on 16 January when he saw three vehicles parked alongside the North Canadian River. Witnesses reported that minutes earlier, a car had veered out of control and landed in the river.
Jim Thorpe's family would have the circle closed where he was born and grew up: in the blackjack woods, between the Moccasin Highway and Oklahoma's North Canadian River.
YUKON The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority entered a contract to widen the North Canadian River bridges and overflow bridges as traffic volumes continue to grow rapidly on the west section of the John Kilpatrick Turnpike north of the Interstate 40 interchange.
* Oklahoma City: MAPS North Canadian River Restoration, Population Category Over 500,000
The proposed site was near the intersection of Britton Road and Highway 81, just north of the North Canadian River.<br />The company filed its application in late September.
OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma Transportation Commission voted to award 31 contracts totaling more than $31 million to improve highways, roads and bridges in 22 counties at its May meeting.<br />Contracts were awarded for projects in Blaine, Cleveland, Craig, Creek, Custer, Garvin, Grady, Haskell, Kay, LeFlore, Logan, Love, McClain, McCurtain, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Payne, Pittsburg, Seminole and Stephens counties.<br />The commission voted to award a contract for a nearly $4 million project to replace the State Highway 84 bridge over the North Canadian River near Dustin and a nearly $545,000 project to rehabilitate more than 4 miles of Interstate 40 pavement east of Okemah, both in Okfuskee County.
By the time the company terminated operations in 2016, Dupuis was already working on reclamation as per the lease agreement with the Oklahoma City Riverfront Development Authority.<br />Dupuis said that as the company dredged the land and processed the silica for sand, the growing hole naturally filled with water from the local water table and rain runoff; it will not require diversion from the North Canadian River, which bows around the lake.

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