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Katrina Evacuees Rebuild Their Lives in Oklahoma (Oct 09, 2005)
We take a tour of Camp Gruber in Braggs, Oklahoma, which housed more than 1500 New Orleans residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina. We hear stories about the experiences of several evacuees and how their presence has impacted people who live near the military base. Guests include Lt. Pete Norwood of the OHP, Red Cross spokespeople Nellie Kelly and Mary Ogle, New Orleans evacuees Keith Brown and George Lovan, Charles McIntyre Junior of the “Our Place Café” and Braggs Resident Peggy Goade. Also, Rich Fisher of Public Radio Tulsa’s “Studio Tulsa” program speaks with Jack Holmes, CEO of the Tulsa-based energy company Syntroleum. They discuss innovative plans to extract and refine cleaner-burning, alternative fuels.

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