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  • Returning to the Fold

    It’s not every day that you see something that changes your life and the lives of others. But that’s exactly what happened to retired U.S....

  • A Young Man’s Legacy

    In 1983 Sean Marsee had everything going for him. It was his senior year at Talihina High School, and he was a track star, winner...

  • A Generation’s Voice

    Even in Oklahoma, a state noted for its large American Indian population, few are familiar with the term “Red Power.” This often-overshadowed movement of the...

  • Remembering May 20, 2013

    Some dates on the calendar remind us of the worst that can happen. Americans recall the destruction and terror of Sept. 11. Oklahoma residents will...

  • World Wide Wanderlust

    Some motels may leave the light on. Others might love having you there. But with Airbnb.com, you can be king of your choice of castles....

  • Growing Pains

    Not too long ago, neither the downtown streets of Oklahoma City nor those in Tulsa could be described as vibrant. Plagued by poor roads, vacant...

  • Robbing The Ranch

    It sounds like a plot from a pulp Western novel. In 2013, special agents from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry were called to...

  • Backyard Brilliance

    Climbing the Walls Daniel Meunier, owner and operator of Laurel Leaf Landscape, might be a newcomer to the Oklahoma gardening scene, but he’s already made...

  • Crafting Ancient Tradition

    Six years ago, Chouteau resident John Knifechief’s life changed forever. While riding his motorcycle on a rainy day, Knifechief was hit head-on by a driver...

  • Waffles Are For Winners

    Once the shining star of the Oklahoma City food truck fleet, local eatery Waffle Champion has traded in the wheels for real estate in the...