A Warrior For Others

After losing her son to a tragic disease, Nancy Thomason embarked on a journey to help other families cope. A decade later, at least 352 Oklahoma families have been assisted by the Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation. According to the organization, 3,000 people are suffering from brain tumors at any given time in the state. The condition has a roughly 30 percent survival rate.

The Power Of Lights

For a person who really didn’t like hanging Christmas lights when he was a child, Chuck Downs has made a big turnaround. His family’s...

A Man Of Many Talents

Oklahoma Poet Laureate Eddie Wilcoxen is a radio DJ, artist, renowned storyteller and martial arts expert.

Top Judge

Supreme Court Chief Justice Steven W. Taylor talks about life on the bench.

Curtain Call

A legendary designer has decided to step back from his profession and reflect on a lustrous career. Phil Long, who has designed and coordinated many events...

Centenary Sentinel

At 100 years old, Ina K. Labrier has witnessed some of the biggest events in contemporary American history.

The Crew Chief

Scott Sabolich follows the family business and sparks innovation.

Preserving Culture

Ann Thompson helps Oklahoma promote and preserve culture

Author of the “What Ifs?”

At 42, Edmond native and author Tammi Sauer makes her living thinking like a kid. More specifically, she makes her living imagining like a...

The Christmas Spirit

Gerald Wells has been Santa for almost 30 years.