Deep Roots in the Gridiron

In his 47th season coaching football, Butch Davis is a gridiron lifer. For Davis – born in Tahlequah,...

Simply Unshakable

When     Malik “Shake” Milton left Southern Methodist University for the NBA after his junior year, the Owasso High School graduate knew exactly what to expect. Selected...

Cowboy Up … Again and Again

It appears that Blake Jarwin is simply destined to remain a Cowboy. The Tuttle native first walked on at Oklahoma State University as a blocking...

A Slow Recovery

The 2018 baseball season was a milestone for Oklahoma City native Andrew Heaney. Heaney, 27, made 30 starts for the Los Angeles Angels and went...

Be a Bad Axe

At some point, you’ve probably thrown a bowling ball down a lane, but an axe … not so much. That has changed in Oklahoma. Often...

Heat(ed) Ice Cream Cravings

Anytime Edmond native Josh Richardson returns to this part of the country during the NBA season, the fourth-year Miami Heat player always stops at...

Dribbling to the Bank

For college basketball aficionados, March Madness provides ecstasy and heartbreak. For employers, it often leads to lost productivity. And for cities hosting games this month,...

Learning the Ropes

It’s not just about going up. It’s exploring the inaccessible … going places no one has been before, experiencing views that haven’t been seen. The...

Requisites for Canine Royalty

The Super Bowl of dog shows is the place to see the elite compete. With its prestigious history, the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog...

Where Stones Find Homes

Since its re-introduction to the Olympics in 1998, curling has gained popularity across the world, including in Oklahoma. You probably know it from watching on...
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