Delaware
General County Information

County Seat: Jay

Located on the Oklahoma-Arkansas border, Delaware County takes pride in its lakes and recreation areas. Grove, situated on the northern edge of the Old Cherokee Nation, is a resort center for the eastern shore of Grand Lake, which covers 46,500 acres, and includes 1,300 miles of shoreline. Cattle ranches are abundant, although the principal industry is tourism. Har-Ber Village, west of Grove, is a reconstructed, authentic village of the past. Honey Creek, a popular resort area just south of Grove, has all types of water sports, and excellent crappie fishing. Jay, the county seat of Delaware County, was named for Jay Washburn, the grandson of an early-day missionary. The principal industry is the raising and processing of chickens. Green beans and soybeans are raised throughout the area, as well as cattle. East of Jay is the Oak Hill Indian Center, where Cherokees weave blankets and other articles on hand looms.

State District Court Information
Favorability to Defendant: 2
Ratings Guide: 1=Extremely Favorable 2=Moderately Favorable 3=Neutral 4=Moderately Unfavorable 5=Extremely Unfavorable

State Court Judges:
Alicia Littlefield, Barry V. Denney

Comments:
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Notable Verdicts

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Employment Information

Unemployment Rate:
December 2016: 4.9%
December 2015: 4.3%
December 2014: 5.0%
December 2013: 7.0%
December 2012: 7.0%
December 2011: 7.1%
December 2010: 7.7%

Major Employers:
Primary industries include tourism and agriculture. This community is so small that we have been unable to determine major employers.

Demographic Information


Housing Units:

State Total: 1,711,453
County Total: 24,915

Poverty Populations:
State: 16.1%
County: 20.5%

Median Household Income:
State: $48,568
County: $37,942

Populations:
State: 3,923,561
County: 41,409