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It's a Location, Not a Vocation

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The population of Hooker is approximately 1,918 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 812 (2000), 683 (2010).

The amount of land area in Hooker is 2.416 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Hooker is 0.9 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Hooker to Washington DC is 1379 miles. The distance to the Oklahoma state capital is 230 miles. (as the crow flies)
Hooker is positioned 36.85 degrees north of the equator and 101.21 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Hooker per capita income is $18,808 (2009).
Hooker median income is $38,951 (2009).

The Hooker median home price is $74,562 (2009).

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Hooker location: in the center of the Oklahoma panhandle about three miles from Tyrone. Other nearby communities include: Optima, Hardesty, Guymon and Goodwell - all in Oklahoma and Liberal, Hugoton and Rolla - all in Kansas.

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Climate & Weather

The climate for Hooker is moderate with all four seasons represented. Here is a current weather page for Hooker.
Hooker average annual precipitation is 18.2 inches per year.
The average low temperature is 41.7 degrees F.
The average high temperature is 71.3 degrees F.
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Hooker history:

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This area that is now HOoker was basically unwanted until John "Hooker" Threlkeld with some others to raise cattle. He was called Hooker because he was a good roper and could hook the calves out of the herd. After he came here in 1873, the town was named for him. A bad fire on 1 June 1908 burned most of the town but the residents quickly began rebuilding. A Dr. Blackmer and his wife arrived in Hooker in 1914 and he eventually founded the First National Bank. The 1930's saw great troubles for the area with serious drought but, once again, the people of Hooker pulled through their difficulties. The discovery of oil and natural gas in the area during the 1940's brought new people to Hooker and many new businesses, parks, homes and parks were built.
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Hooker residents are proud of their town's name and play up the humor in it. The nickname, it's a location not a vocation, will hopefully bring more visitors to Hooker.

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