Oklahoma Indian Nations: Choctaw Nation

December 29, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Traditions and cultural heritage exceed language and art in Oklahoma Indian Nations like the Choctaw Nation. The Choctaw Nation stays true to their cultural heritage through agricultural practices. “We look at the […]

December 2017 Profile: John Jennings

November 30, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Raised under the city lights of California, John Jennings is not your typical Californian. Born in El Centro, Calif., Jennings considered himself a “redneck,” spending many days hunting and fishing on the […]

101 Ranch: Relationship and a Show

November 15, 2017 0
By Laci Jones In the mid-19th century, the Miller family developed a lasting friendship with the Ponca Indian tribe in Baxter Springs, Kan. The relationship between this nation and the Miller family would continue until […]

November 2017 Profile: Scott Landgraf

October 30, 2017 0
Our Vision. Our Pecans. By Laci Jones On a cloudy, late September morning in Madill, Okla., Scott Landgraf picked a pecan off the ground and pulled out a small pocket knife. The owner of Landgraf […]

Oklahoma Indian Nations: Citizen Potawatomi Nation

October 18, 2017 0
By Laci Jones As one of the seven Potawatomi tribes in the United States, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, stays true to the heritage of the Potawatomi—meaning “keepers of the fire.” “We are specifically the Citizen […]

Preparing for Fall and Winter

October 1, 2017 0
A guide to marketing spring-born calves By Laci Jones As the fall and winter seasons approach, cattle producers need to make the ultimate decision on whether to market calves now or later. Myriah Johnson, Noble […]

October 2017 Profile: Kaitlin Butts

September 29, 2017 0
Bringing Local Music Home By Laci Jones The Wild Rose Ranch in Lone Grove, Okla., features dogs named after famous country singers, donkeys named after movie characters and one curly, red headed singer who found […]

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 […]

Oklahoma State Parks: Hugo Lake State Park

September 15, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Tucked away in southeastern Oklahoma lies a state park known for its recreational opportunities. With 110 miles of shoreline, Hugo Lake State Park is a popular state park for cabin rentals. Conveniently […]
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