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Sublime in Sulphur

Once a destination for people who believed in the healing and restorative powers of the nearby sulphur springs – from which the town took its...

Celebrating
Our First Capital

Excitement is in the air in Guthrie, Oklahoma’s first capital, as the city anticipates a celebration on two levels. Guthrie residents commemorate not only the...

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,...

Raving for El Reno

A 15-minute drive down Interstate 40 or historic Route 66 takes a person from the Canadian County seat of El Reno into the heart of...

Where History and Culture Merge

Travelers have always played a big role in the life of Elk City.  First came the Texas cattlemen in the late 1800s, who drove their...

Merry Perry

When Walmart closed its doors and left town two years ago, Perry’s economic prospects might have looked gloomy due to the loss of sales tax...

May The Course Be With You

Getting Started:The Fundamentals  Three Oklahoma PGA golf professionals have similar responses when asked for their best advice in learning to play golf: find a good...

Its Own Identity

Once a picturesque, quiet college town on Oklahoma City’s southern doorstep, Norman has assumed an identity of its own – and with an estimated population...

The Beauty
of Fostering

When it comes to saving animals that might otherwise be headed for euthanasia, “failure” can be viewed as a good thing. A “foster fail” occurs...

Bigfoot’s Stomping Grounds

A proposal that went before the Oklahoma legislature this spring to establish an official season for hunting Bigfoot drew a tepid reaction in the mythical...