DALLAS — Oklahoma put $249.2 million of fiscal 2011 revenues into its rainy-day fund on Monday, up from July’s estimate of a $219 million deposit.

State finance director Preston Doerflinger said the larger deposit was possible due to higher-than-expected revenues after a final reconciliation of all general fund sources for the fiscal year that ended June 30.

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