Unemployment went up for 76 of the 77 counties in Oklahoma for January in a report by the Oklahoma Unemployment Security Commission.
Only Cimarron County, which showed no change, did not show an increase in unemployment for the month.
LeFlore County came in 13th for the state with a slight increase to 6.4 percent, up from 6.0 percent in December. The figures are still much better than January of 2014 when the county showed an 8.7 percent.
The county has a labor force of 19,262. Of that total, 18,024 were employed while 1,238 were out of work.
McCurtain County led the state at 12.6 percent, up from 7.7 percent the previous month. McIntosh County was second at 9.2 percent and Choctaw County was third at 8.4 percent.
Alfalfa County had the lowest unemployment in the state at 2.3 percent.