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House Plans

Stately Abigail has striking style

houseplans image Stately is the word to describe the elegant exterior of the 2,215 square foot Abigail (337-012). Beautiful brick facing and architectural columns are not only eye-catching; they add a solid feeling of permanence [Read More]


Common Ground

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We're all in the same boat

By Jennifer M. Latzke The meeting was for rural economic development professionals. You know, those folks who are hired to ensure that Main Street storefronts are full. If you consider our rural communities are like big ships [Read More]


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Looking for recipes? You've come to the right place. Home Cookin' has 100s of free recipes - all created, tested, reviewed and approved by home cooks ...more




Gardening

Soil Compaction

By Ray Ridlen Extension Educator, Ag/Hort OSU Extension Center a. Does it seem like watering your garden is like washing the driveway? Water just seems to run off and not soak in? For good growth, plants must have space in the soil to get air, wat [Read More]



Meditation

Meditation

Read Mark 16:1-8 —Luke 24:5 (NRSV) The women were terrified and bowed their faces to the ground, but the men said to them, “Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen.” On a Sunday morning, there’s nowhere I’d rather be than [Read More]





Cowboy Poetry

Conviction By Joe Kreger

Did you ever experience a white-hot August day when you were out a fixin' fence, or, maybe haulin' hay? Just make it to a shade tree, an' you'll be doin' fine. Editor's note: Joe Kreger writes from his home in Tonkawa, Oklahoma. [Read More]


Everyday Getaways

Visit the Heart of Oklahoma, home of racetrack champs

Much of central Oklahoma is like this; two lane byways wander through homey little towns such as Goldsby, Lexington, Washington, Wayne and Purcell, which make up the aptly named "Heart of Oklahoma." Traveling the Interstate, north or south, it's hard to miss the giant "See us for ANTIQUES" billboards that promise to provide over 150,000 square feet of vintage merchandise along Main Street in Purcell. But the most notable are the many uniquely different antique shops that guarantee to satisfy ... [Read More]


Junior Journal

Powerful plants meet tough tanks

Maybe you know of a playground where there are some bare spots in the grass. The cause of this is wear and tear from many feet—maybe even yours. The same thing can happen at military bases. Huge, heavy vehicles like [Read More]




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