The Mix Marketplace and Tea Room

August 8, 2016 0
By Joanne Jones I recently went on a shop hop road trip with a friend visiting quilt shops around Oklahoma. On our first foray, we stopped for lunch at the Mix Marketplace and Tea Room […]

Watermelon Festival

August 2, 2016 0
By Laci Jones Seed spitting contest. Tiny tots pageant. Live, local entertainment. Sweet, juicy watermelon. What more can you ask for in a festival? Rush Springs is famous for growing watermelons, said Joe Dorman, chairman […]

Stafford Air and Space Museum

July 26, 2016 0
By Staci Mauney On Route 66 in Weatherford, Okla., a Lockheed F-104 rises six stories straight into the sky. One of thousands of exhibits at the Stafford Air and Space Museum, the Lockheed F-104 welcomes […]

The Abandoned Santa Fe Depot

July 14, 2016 0
By Laci Jones The “Pipeline Crossroads of the World” shows no trace of the once thriving cotton industry, the “hoboes” lining the railroad tracks and the “gandy dancers” working on the railroads. The abandoned Santa […]

The Red Dirt Scene: Aaron Woods Band

July 7, 2016 0
By Dillon Steen You cannot say “red dirt music” and not feel the pride blowing through the Oklahoma winds. Red Dirt Music and Oklahoma are synonymous since this is where it was born. From names […]

Christmas in July

July 5, 2016 0
By Staci Mauney Christmas in July at Foss State Park, just north of Foss, Okla., is one of the largest family-friendly outdoor events in western Oklahoma. Since 1990, the Foss Lake Association has sponsored Christmas […]

Small Farm, Big History

June 17, 2016 0
By Laci Jones Tucked away in Red Oak, Okla., lies a 75-year-old farm. The farm is 30 acres, but the history has stayed alive through Sam Ingle and his wife, Janet. The land originally belonged […]
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