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nce Sept. 1, 40 Okla-homans have died from H1N1, and more than 1,000 have been hospitalized.
SUSAN SIMPSON, STAFF WRITER


Storm delays grant date
The Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center at the University of Oklahoma is extending the deadline for researchers to send letters of intent to apply for seed grants. The original deadline of today was extended until 5 p.m. Monday because of weather concerns. For more information, e-mail laura-delongy@ouhsc.edu.
SUSAN SIMPSON, STAFF WRITER


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No furloughs at museum
Will Rogers Memorial Museum employees will not be forced to take furlough days despite months of budgetary decline, museum Executive Director Steve Gragert said. Will Rogers Memorial Commission members will pursue other sources to supplement income for the museum.
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