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Serenity in Seminole

The ’20s roared especially loud in Seminole, as one of Oklahoma’s greatest oil booms turned the town into a raucous, rowdy and often lawless place, where the population swelled to 40,000 at one point. Nearly a century later, Seminole is a bit smaller and certainly a lot quieter, but nevertheless, it offers its residents and visitors an inviting quality of...

Oklahoma’s Tribal Impact

A photo album of these native Oklahomans is striking. One picture is of an accomplished TV and film actress strolling down the red carpet; there’s an action shot of a Division I college athlete. Other snaps include a successful fashion designer, a health-care professional receiving accolades from the U.S. surgeon general, and an internationally acclaimed poet. These are images of...

Alight with Holiday Cheer

As the weather turns wintry and the clock counts down toward Christmas Eve, Oklahomans have many options to get into the holiday spirit. The Rhema Christmas Lights Extravaganza dazzles its visitors again with more than 2 million lights decorating the bible college’s campus through New Year’s Day from 5:30 to 11:30 nightly. Admission is free. See rhemalights.org for information. Another cherished...