Welcome to RR -- now forget that other website, those listings are laughable when compared to the RRDB. As to the specific frequencies: 155.49 is listed in the RRDB under Kay County so it's there as a Mutual Aid channel as it has been in OK since the 1960s; 155.37 comes up in a DB search as a Texas Mutual Aid channel in use in some border counties. I have been in scanning in the north central part of OK since the mid-70s and have no recollection of that frequency being used in the area.
The data base here is a good start. Also don't forget the highway patrol troop K from Perry they are still lowband on 44.700 check out the OHP part of the database for relays and repeaters. Troop K covers Kay county.
Thank you all... For the information, I have to move to Kay county for a new career choice. Do to the economy's changes. The remodeling business is real slow right now. Every one is pinching pennies and trying to have things done for pennies on the dollar. So I'm going to change careers and reopen my business later.