A Versatile Venue

October 9, 2020 0
Fields that once were prolific with wheat have now found a new purpose at P Bar Farms in Hydro, Okla. Now, colorful sunflowers abound, attracting visitors from all across the state who come for photo […]

Geronimo

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 […]

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 […]

Will Rogers was at Home with the Cowboys

February 9, 2020 0
            “In years gone by no one ever thought splendid living would be made by exhibition of things that was part of ones every day work but the folks got to have amusement, and the […]

Oklahoma Ghost Towns – Navajoe

February 4, 2020 0
Southwestern Oklahoma is rich with history and has a beautiful, rugged landscape. A lesser known mountain range, the Navajo Mountains sits in eastern Jackson County, just to the north east of Altus. There, at the […]

Cardin, Okla.

January 17, 2020 0
What constitutes a “Ghost Town?” Well, according to some research, ghost towns can include sites in a variety of states, ranging from abandoned to barren, with the middle-ground being neglected. Some sites no longer have […]

Oklahoma Outdoor Must Sees for New Year

January 14, 2020 0
By Michael Newell As a Biologist, I value diversity. It measures the health of an ecosystem.             There might not be any other state that has the diversity that we have in Oklahoma. Make it […]

The Marlow Brothers

December 23, 2019 0
The Sons of Katie Elder is a western movie classic. Who can forget the tale of four brothers falsely accused of the murder of a popular sheriff, chained together and fighting off a vicious mob? […]
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