What's Happening In The Oklahoma County Clerk's Office

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    New website plans easier access to open records at Oklahoma County Clerk’s office

    OKLAHOMA CITY - Priceless documents are kept at the Oklahoma County Courthouse. "A lot of ours are waterproofed, but we also have digital backups of everything," said David B. Hooten, Oklahoma County clerk. Additional Info...
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    Oklahoma County clerk develops website to ease access to records

    Oklahoma County Clerk David Hooten has developed a new website to give taxpayers access to county records by simply talking on their phone. Additional Info...
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    Oklahoma County clerk documents now available online

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — When David Hooten took over as Oklahoma County Clerk in January there were several areas where he wanted to make his office more accessible. One was being able to access records online instead of making a trip to his office. Additional Info...
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  1. Oklahoma County Clerk, David B. Hooten, Notes Achievements in Efficiency

    The Oklahoma County Clerk, David B. Hooten, recently announced changes in operations for the County Clerk’s office Read on...
  2. Oklahoma County Clerks “One Stop” Website

    The new "One Stop" website allows Oklahomans access to their records when they want them and where they want them. In this day and age...we want it all and we want it now. Read on...
  3. Oklahoma County Clerk, David B. Hooten, Announces OKCC.Online

    Today the Board of County Commissioners approved OKCC.online, a new website that allows visitors to search records, view copies, and purchase official documents from the County Clerk’s office. Read on...
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