With cooler temperatures on the horizon, some gardeners may be ready for a well-deserved break in landscape activity. However, fall is the best time to plant those spring flowering bulbs. In Oklahoma, late September through the middle of November is the best time to get those bulbs in the ground.
Now that the 2020 Labor Day holiday has passed and what is traditionally considered the busiest part of the lake and river season winding down, the Grand River Dam Authority is looking back on another busy summer across Grand Lake, Lake Hudson and the Illinois River.
Oklahoma’s Best Cinnamon Rolls: If you’re on the hunt for the very best cinnamon roll recipe, look no more. These rolls have a sinfully sweet filling that includes Oklahoma-grown pecans from Miller Pecan Co. in Afton. The surprise with these rolls is just how easy they are to make. No worrie…
Late summer reaps a kaleidoscope of peppers. It’s impossible not to scoop up armfuls of chile peppers with myriad shapes and a rainbow of colors. Some are sweet, some are fiery, and all are rich sources of vitamins A and C, folic acid, potassium and fiber, with the added benefit of beta-caro…
You’ve probably heard of sheet pan dinners. The term may be trendy, but the concept is not. It simply means arranging all of your dinner components on a rimmed baking sheet, coating them with oil and seasoning, then roasting in the oven. And, voila, you have a complete dinner on a tray.
This is not your childhood grilled cheese sandwich. Arugula, basil, thick Oklahoma bacon and Havarti cheese elevate this to what will soon be your new favorite sandwich.
From Hillcrest Claremore: "With a variety of face coverings now available, this is false. Do you know what you should look for when buying a mask or cloth face covering? Here are a few tips, and remember that N95 respirators should be reserved for health care providers and first responders.
Shepherd’s Cross has been hosting a fall event for three decades, and once again returns with fun for the whole family.
These crumb bars are perfect for a sweet snack to tuck in a lunchbox or to share with a friend for a Valentine’s Day treat. Southern Okie peach spread gives a fresh, bright flavor to these bars. Southern Okie spreads are made with fresh fruit and come in several flavors, which can be used in…
STILLWATER, Okla. – Beef producers should be careful to ensure recommended withdrawal times for animal-related medication are followed before selling treated cattle.
Basic pantry ingredients turn ordinary granola into a real treat! Granola is a breakfast and snack staple for many families. It’s great to have on hand as a healthy snack while so many of us are working and doing school from home right now. Made in Oklahoma’s granola puts a fun spin on a bas…
STILLWATER, Okla. – Ongoing Oklahoma State University research into soil pH is providing insights for wheat producers looking at planting cotton in their crop rotation.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Landowners with forested acres can reap some of the most significant benefits from property improvement, creating something of a woodlands wonderland that can promote economic opportunities or just feed the urge to get back to nature, Oklahoma State University experts said.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Winners of the 25th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show were announced Friday during a virtual awards ceremony hosted on the Cherokee Heritage Center’s Facebook page.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma beef cow-calf operators, veterinarians and feedlot operators are urged to take part in an online Oklahoma State University survey focusing on the impact of calving date from time management, economic and animal health standpoints.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Qualifying agricultural producers wishing to take part in the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program have until Sept. 11 to apply, an extension of the date previously announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
While both COVID and misinformation about COVID spread like wildfire, the staff at Hillcrest Claremore wants to clear up a few things.
ROSE, Okla. – The last of nine district courthouses built in the 1800s by the Cherokee Nation, the Saline Courthouse is full of Cherokee history. After years of ongoing work to restore, preserve and modernize the structure, Cherokee Nation reopened the site Wednesday as its newest cultural museum.
Will Rogers spent his last summer in Oologah in 1906. He returned to the downtown pump 89 years later as “The Cherokee Kid” statute on Aug. 12. 1995.
National Weather Service Tulsa: "Hot and humid again today with heat advisories in effect. Storm chances increase mainly this evening and overnight. A few severe storms possible."
First Presbyterian Church of Claremore has been unable to meet and take the sacrament together since March, so for Sunday services August 2, they provided the sacrament to go. Those viewing the service from their home were able to pick up individual bags, which included their grape juice, cr…
STILLWATER, Okla. – Students heading to college this fall soon will be packing suitcases and loading their vehicles full of mementoes and necessities for their new home away from home.
STILLWATER, Okla. – They look rather prehistoric, and they can make a pretty good smudge mark on a vehicle’s windshield. And oh boy, can they jump and eat.
In one way or another, students will be returning to school in just a matter of days. In light of the ongoing pandemic, teachers, parents, and students are grappling with what education looks like now.
SUMMER SNAPSHOTS: From butterfly gardens to pollinator gardens, to vegetable gardens and flowers galore—Progress readers are happy to show off what's growing in their yard.
While simplicity often reigns when making salads, a little attention to how you put them together can make a difference -- and not just in presentation, but also in flavor. There’s certainly nothing wrong with combining all of your salad fixings in a bowl and giving them a good toss. Some sa…
This Week's Circulars
On Sunday, September 13, 2020, William King Ogle, 83, of Claremore, Oklahoma, passed away at home with family. William (Bill) was born August 19, 1937 in Detroit, Mich. to Charles H. and Mildred (King) Ogle. He graduated from Athens (Ohio) High School in 1955 and studied at Ohio University. …
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