May 18, 2020 0
What started as a trickle of rain has suddenly turned into a full-blown, hat blowing, take cover, buy all the toilet paper you can, and stay inside storm. All sports, professional, collegiate, high school, junior […]

Blue Green Algae

May 7, 2020 0
This year an Oklahoma cattle producer in Payne County found seven dead cows and one dead deer in close proximity to a pond.  The owner suspected something was wrong with the water.  An analysis of […]

Keeping You Advised – Gary England

May 4, 2020 0
Long before the Thunder rumbled into Oklahoma, there was Gary England. Whether or not you were born and raised in the Sooner State, there is a great chance you’ve heard of the famed weatherman. His […]


April 27, 2020 0
Geronimo, leader and medicine man, was the most feared, most pursued, most allusive of the Apaches and the last of the Chiricahuas to surrender.             Born June 16, 1829, in the upper Gila River country […]

Spring Farming 2020

April 17, 2020 0
Spring is in the air, and agricultural producers are gearing up for the summer crop season, with corn already in the ground, soybeans and sorghum following this month and cotton in May and June. For […]

Oklahoma Ghost Towns: Picher

April 15, 2020 0
In the far northeast quadrant of Oklahoma, the most toxic city in the United States sits abandoned. Population, zero. As recently as 2006, Picher, Okla., was a typical, small American community, boasting a population of […]

Perception is Everything

April 6, 2020 0
As I headed out the door to the barn, I saw him.  He was standing quietly at the opening of the barn gazing off into the distance.  He looked so peaceful and proud standing there […]
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