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RDR to receive "2013 Cimarron Alliance Award for Excellence in Media"

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Scott J. Hamilton, executive director of the Cimarron Alliance, informed RDR that the site would be honored with their "Excellence in Media" award in October.
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Today, Red Dirt Report learned that this news and information website will be presented the 2013 Cimarron Alliance Award for Excellence in Media.

According to Cimarron Alliance executive director Scott J. Hamilton, the award will be presented to RDR at the LGBT History Month Gala on October 18, 2013.

Red Dirt Report strives to cover Oklahoma's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in a fair and balanced way. We offer our full support to the Cimarron Alliance and we are a proud member of the Diversity Business Association.

To learn more about the Cimarron Alliance, go to

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Red Dirt Report was launched July 4, 2007 as an independent news website covering all manner of news, culture, entertainment and lifestyle stories that affect and interest Oklahoma readers and readers outside of our state. Our mission is to educate, promote civic engagement and discourse on public policy, government and politics. Our experienced journalists provided balanced in-depth coverage of news stories that affect Oklahomans. Our opinion/editorial stories come from a wide range of political view points. We carry out our mission by reporting, writing, and posting news and information. read more

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