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Prepare for the Fallout

Many would be hard pressed to remember the last time a student had to participate in a nuclear incident drill (remember ducking under school...

Fashion Roots in the Red Dirt

If you’ve ever watched a televised beauty pageant – Miss USA, Miss America or Miss Universe, among others – chances are you’ve seen one...

Women Making a Difference

Oklahoma women have, for generations, made a tremendous impact on Oklahoma. From activists and politicians to inventors and volunteers, we owe a great deal...

A Firm Foundation

While they hauled boxes and furniture up the steps into a two-bedroom apartment in Tahlequah, Todd and Renee Wilson dreamed of owning a home...

From Fireworks to Desperation

“It was like fireworks going off in my brain.” This is how Nicole Crestmont recounts the first time she took oxycodone. In Spring 2008, Crestmont...

Renovation as Evolution

Older houses can present challenges to owners, architects and designers. Sentiments and desires connected to the homes may have prevented technological and aesthetic upgrades....

40 Under 40 2018

  Young leaders in Oklahoma set the pace for progress moving forward. In a state on the cusp of massive transformation, business leaders under 40...

Gangland Oklahoma

Oklahoma City police say the Nov. 14 slayings of a 26-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy were the outcome of “two gang sets having...

A Sordid Past

Oklahoma may have a tame reputation in the present, but it was once one of the roughest territories in what is now the United...

Grade Expectations

The prevailing expectation for a precocious child who might read early, find simple math easier than the rest of the class and have a...