Dillard Ranches: Part 3

June 14, 2017 0
James Dillard By Judy Wade Rancher, pilot, lawyer, judge, businessman, race horse owner, husband, father and grandfather–James Houston Dillard played many roles in his short life. The older son of Josiah (Foot) Hamilton Dillard and Vida […]

The Last Roundup of a Vanishing Era

June 13, 2017 0
By Ralph Chain I have seen a lot of change in my lifetime. One of the most historical changes I guess would be concerning the San Carlos Indian Reservation in central Arizona. The reservation covers […]

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 […]

Bacterial Blight

June 9, 2017 0
By Everett Brazil, III Altus is in the heart of Southwest Oklahoma cotton production. Receiving irrigation from Lake Altus-Lugert to the north, much water flows through canals to irrigate the many fields. But in 2016, […]

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 […]

Good News, Bad News

June 2, 2017 0
By Beth Watkins Good News: It didn’t take my husband long to figure out that I was a Domestic Goddess. I cook, I clean, and I have babies. Bad News: that completes the job description. […]

Bovine Tuberculosis

May 31, 2017 0
By Barry Whitworth In 1917, Congress appropriated the money to begin the State-Federal Cooperative Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication Program. The program was started to reduce the number of human tuberculosis cases that were the result of […]

Sweet as Okie Honey

May 29, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Oklahoma is known for producing cattle, growing wheat, the Native American heritage and more. Honey may not top the list, but Oklahoma beekeepers recognize the demand in the state for local honey. […]
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