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What is the No. 1 reason to subscribe to NewsOK Pro?

It's the content. 

When you become a subscriber, you get our top asset -- the stories from The Oklahoman's newsroom that inform you about your community. 

Then you become a better citizen. That's what information does, and that's why the content is the most important feature of NewsOK Pro. 

It's true, you also get to customize the site and personalize your own page. You get to pull in Twitter accounts and Associated Press stories and feeds from other sources you are interested in. 

But the best thing you get with your subscription is the hard work of the journalists in the newsroom. 

In the past few days, I was able to read these stories with my subscription -- something only subscribers of The Oklahoman and NewsOK Pro get to do.

- There was Meg Wingerter's update from the perspective of the Health Department on the continuing medical marijuana issue.

- There was Hannah Pike's analysis about the election and the increase in women running for state Senate seats this year.

- A trio of reporters combined to cover the state House of Representatives. Chris Casteel, Dale Denwalt and Kelsy Schlotthauer reported on Republican lawmakers who are now in a runoff for their party's nomination in the seat they hold.

- Business reporter David Dishman focused his report this week on the rural areas of Oklahoma and the state of hospitals in those areas

- Justin Wingerter was also in rural Oklahoma. He was in the southern part of the state to cover the environmental cleanup going on in Stephens County.

- City Hall reporter William Crum provided an in-depth update of the continued construction of the downtown streetcar. Now I know it's status and when I can expect to ride the streetcar to lunch.

- Kayla Branch took a deep dive into Oklahoma City's recycling program, giving readers insight on the challenges of a growing city.

- And Eriech Tapia shined a light on the farmers markets in the area and how SNAP participants are sometimes left out of those food options. 

That's just the highlights. There's much more in your subscription. When you subscribe as a full digital subscriber, you get The Oklahoman's premium app, access to Oklahoman.com, access to NewsOK Pro customization features ...

... and most importantly, all the premium content from The Oklahoman's newsroom every day. 

That makes you a better citizen.


READ MORE ABOUT NEWSOK PRO:

- July 18: Everything you want ... nothing you don't

- July 20: NewsOK Pro makes you smarter about the topics you care about

- July 22: Two hidden gems that are free to use on NewsOK's new site


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Alan Herzberger

Alan Herzberger is the Vice President of Audience Development at The Oklahoman Media Company. He focuses on digital strategies for The Oklahoman and for NewsOK.com. He’s been with The Oklahoman since 1997, when he joined the sports department.... Read more ›

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