Oklahoma Indian Nations: Chickasaw Nation

September 22, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Before modern-day agriculture, the Chickasaw Nation was among the many Oklahoma Indian Nations who considered their agricultural practices a part of their heritage as well as crucial to their survival. Agricultural practices […]

48 Hours in Atoka Remembered

August 28, 2017 0
By Jan Sikes Atoka, Okla., is a sleepy little town with a population of about 3,000 situated in the southeastern corner of the state. But what occurred on Labor Day weekend in 1975 changed it […]

Views from Mt. Scott

August 23, 2017 0
By Rhonda Shephard Mount Scott, in the Wichita Mountains, stands Oklahoma’s second tallest mountain at 2,464 feet. From the rocky promontories of mountains created 540 million years ago in the Cambrian period, a visitor views […]

Nic’s Grill

August 23, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Not long ago, a friend of mine recommended a hole-in-the-wall burger joint in the heart of Oklahoma City. Many Oklahomans claim Nic’s Grill burgers are the best in the state. The burger […]

Clanton’s Café

July 12, 2017 0
By Laci Jones The state of Oklahoma is one of only two states to have a state meal. The Oklahoma state meal consists of fried okra, cornbread, barbecue pork, squash, biscuits, sausage and gravy, grits, […]

Just Peachy

July 10, 2017 0
The Stratford Peach Festival celebrates the summer season By Laci Jones Just like fall activities include picking apples and spring involves picking flowers, peaches are synonymous with summer. Oklahomans will have a chance to celebrate […]

Freedom its Own Way

June 29, 2017 0
By Rhonda Shephard Freedom, Okla., in Woods County is a special kind of town that does things its own way. Located five miles west of Alva, the self-proclaimed “Queen of the Cimarron,” this charming little […]

Parker Millsap

June 12, 2017 0
From Small Town to Big Time By Jan Sikes Purcell, Okla., sits right in the heart of the state and boasts a population of 6,340 people. So, exactly how does a young man get from […]

Crystal Beach Park

June 5, 2017 0
By Rhonda Shephard On the east edge of Woodward, Okla., lies a public park that everyone should visit. If you’ve never been, it’s one of the best parks in the state, and a real gathering […]

Agricultural Architecture

May 22, 2017 0
By Rhonda Shephard Oklahoma boasts a diversity of history and architecture from the stellar Art Deco in Tulsa, Okla., to the Marlon Mansion castle in Ponca City, Okla., to the Victorian City of Guthrie, Okla. […]
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