Backroad Bites: Bills

April 20, 2018 0
By Kristi Hawks My backroad bites this month was west of home to Waurika, Okla. On this day, I enjoyed the break in winter while traveling across the countryside toward the Red River. I saw […]

Destined for Greatness

April 18, 2018 0
Wacey Schalla By Ddee Haynes I truly believe that we are all destined for greatness, but only the individual willing to put forth the effort and take chances will achieve that greatness. You can tell […]

Breathe Silver, Win Gold

April 17, 2018 0
Oklahoma woman develops and patents nebulizer By Laci Jones Oklahoma native Tonda Collins used her background in the healthcare industry and her knowledge of horses to develop a potentially lifesaving product for horses as well […]

Lacey’s Pantry – Root Beer Float Pie

April 16, 2018 0
By Lacey Newlin There’s nothing more satisfying than a root beer Float after a long day. That creamy, dreamy ice cream and root beer hits the spot for adults and kids! Why not try it […]

7 Commonly Missed Tax Deductions

April 11, 2018 0
By Lisa Bryant Spring brings budding trees, green grass and new baby animals for many Oklahoma farms and ranches. For some, it may be time when all the receipts get calculated and you make the […]

The Endurance of Conservation Districts

April 10, 2018 0
By Sarah Blaney “In this democracy, national action to conserve soil must be generated by these millions of land users. If they are active and willing participants in such a movement, it will endure; otherwise […]

From the Oklahoma to the Armadillo

April 9, 2018 0
Gary P. Nunn By Jan Sikes Gary P. Nunn was born in Okmulgee, Okla., in 1945. No one can dispute the fact that Nunn has been instrumental in the evolving of Texas and Red Dirt […]

Pinkney Turner Writes a Page in History

April 7, 2018 0
By Judy Wade When Pinkney Bedford Turner sold land to John Ringling in 1913, he wrote page one in the history of Ringling, Okla. Mr. Ringling came to the area with the intention of finding […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

April 6, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills We take many things for granted today, especially things that are so easily accessed now that in the past took great difficulty. You’re thirsty, so you walk a few feet into your […]
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