| American Red Cross|
The American Red Cross, as one of the nation's premier humanitarian organizations, is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association with other Red Cross societies, throughout the world. It depends on generous contributions of time, blood, tissue, and money from the American public to its national headquarters and chapters and blood regions throughout the country in support of its lifesaving services and programs.
| Nichols Hills Municipal Code|
On-Line Code Book for the City of Nichols Hills
Maporama is the leading European provider of location-centric applications consisting of high-quality advanced mapping. They provide worldwide maps, driving directions, and proximity information.
| The Official U.S. Time Clock|
This is a public service provided the US Department of Commerce and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This site is intended as a time of day service only.
Federal Government Links
| Supreme Court of the United States|
This Website is an official United States Government System. It is intended for use by the bar, the public, and the news media for viewing and retrieving information only. The automated docket system is the Court's case tracking system. It contains information about cases, both pending and decided. The docket provided on this page contains information regarding the status of cases for both the current Term and the prior Term. The Court's Term begins on the first Monday in October and ends on the preceding day the next year. The October Term 2000 begins on October 2, 2000. Information on the docket is updated on the day after an entry is made on the docket.
|The Department of Homeland Security|
| USA.GOV Website|
Provides links to the Federal Legislative Branch , the Federal Judicial Branch , the Federal Executive Branch, Federal Boards, Commissions, and Committees.
| Cyber Bullying Information|
Complete reference guide on Cyber Bullying from the US Department of Health and Human Services. Contains information of what is cyber bullying, what you can do about it, and how to report it.
State of Oklahoma Links
| Oklahoma Department of Corrections - Offender Lookup|
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections maintains records on all persons who are or have been in their custody or assigned to their supervision. The Department of Corrections makes this information available to the public through a searchable database. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections updates this information regularly to ensure that it is complete and accurate, however, the information may not reflect the current location, status, projected release date, or other information regarding an inmate. This information is made available to the public and law enforcement in the interest of public safety. Reliance of any information provided herein is at users sole risk. The Oklahoma Dept. of Corrections shall not be responsible for any use or reliance on information provided resulting in damages of any kind.
| Oklahoma State Supreme Court Network|
OSCN's legal research database contains over 2 million Oklahoma legal documents, including case law from the Oklahoma Supreme Court, Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court, court dockets, Oklahoma Statutes (both current and superceded since 1996), Attorney General's opinions, and historical documents. Hundreds of thousands of court dockets are available nowhere else except the courthouses... and on OSCN.
| Oklahoma State Website|
The official Website for the State of Oklahoma
| The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG)|
The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) is a voluntary association of city, town and county governments within the Central Oklahoma area serving Canadian, Cleveland, Logan and Oklahoma counties. Transportation, water, air quality and emergency assistance are among many issues that are being solved more effectively on a cooperative, area wide basis. Such cooperation does not just “happen,” but results from concerted efforts to promote and advocate for the region as a collective unit.
| The Oklahoma Legislative Information System (OLIS)|
The Oklahoma Legislative Information System (OLIS) was created by the Legislature to provide information processing and other computer services to the Senate and the House of Representatives. The System is jointly owned by the Senate and the House of Representatives and is operated by the Legislative Information Services Division of the Legislative Service Bureau. The Primary function of the Oklahoma Legislative Information System is to process legislative measures. This includes the production of bills, resolutions and amendments, the transfer of measures for printing, and the preparation of measures for codification. A current version of the Oklahoma Statutes shall be maintained on the system. In addition, the system is to provide current information on the status of measures throughout the legislative session. The system will also be utilized to provide each house with the information necessary for legislative and congressional reapportionment.