Cool presents for the tech lovers in your life
When things go bump in the night
Learn the impact a shoebox gift can make to children around the world
Fearless. Determined. Strong. Meet the first female soldiers to achieve some of the highest rankings in the Oklahoma National Guard.
I am fairly new to the world of electric pressure cookers. I have a stovetop pressure cooker so I never felt the need for another kitchen gadget. However, a friend recently gifted me an Instant Pot, and—to my surprise—I love it.
This fall, before your favorite team hits the turf, warm up with some crowd-pleasing finger foods. Whether you watch the game in the stadium or on the big screen, these recipes will help you score big with hungry fans.
Not being a native Okie, this month’s Prairie Flavors theme—Oklahoma foods—took a little extra research. I surveyed friends and family to figure out which iconic Oklahoma recipes to feature.
This month’s recipes were all prepared by kids who love to bake—ranging in age from 5 to 11.
In the backyard of the Deep Fork River, an unmarked shack is home to some of the best broasted chicken in Oklahoma. Without a sign, it feels like a secret hideout waiting to be discovered. Even the owner gives off an almost Capone-like vibe.
Discover cool treats for many tastes in Stillwater, Oklahoma
At White Dog Hill in Clinton, Oklahoma, even better than a bark is a bite of one of the restaurant’s beautiful creations.
The Crow Creek Market and Cafe is popular with Crescent, Oklahoma, locals, but anyone can enjoy the quirky cafe’s fresh, homemade food.
Alfalfa Electric Cooperative teams up with Kansas co-ops in safety conference for driving teens
Statewide EV charging buildout puts Oklahoma on the map for total electric travel
Oklahoma’s Western Farmers Electric Cooperative plans largest combined wind, solar and energy storage facility in U.S.
A lesson every college student should learn
Santa and his little reindeer are ready to go! Submitted by Brodie Chance, member of Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative.
“Is it really you Santa? This was my grandson Baker’s first Christmas, so his Poppy dressed up as Santa so he could have a first Santa picture.” Submitted by Kim Boyd, member of Oklahoma Electric Cooperative.
The Claus family is ready to see all the kids around southeastern Oklahoma. Submitted by Ronald Mason, member of Choctaw Electric Cooperative.
More than 1,000 photos made their way to Oklahoma Living through our “Oklahoma Take 10” contest at www.okl.coop. The quality of the photos submitted was exceptional. Our judges were impressed by Oklahoma Living readers’ talent and eye for beautiful shots across our state. Now, we are proud to share with you the top 10 submissions.
Submit your photos by the 10th of each month and you could be featured in OKL!
A good truck is almost a necessity in rural Oklahoma. That’s why we’re thrilled to sponsor the “I Love My Truck Contest” in an effort to recognize some of the best looking and most unique trucks in the state.
There is one thing that both consumers and utilities don’t like: power outages. Unfortunately, outages do happen, and they occur for a variety of reasons, such as weather-related, animal related—including snakes and birds—and equipment failure. Your local electric cooperative strives to reduce as many of these causes as possible, but in some cases, options are limited.
As 2019 comes to a close, it is fitting that we take time to reflect on the many blessings we have been given and the lessons we have learned in the last 12 months. In some ways, we can compare the closing of the year with a chapter in a book that is nearing completion. It’s gratifying to know that a new chapter is coming, and we get to be an active part of how it will be written.
Learn about various perennials to beat the Oklahoma summer heat
Plant more vines and enjoy the process of growing up!
Trees not only enhance the landscape, they also provide much-needed nectar for emerging pollinators.
Winter is the season for giving, and no one needs a pick-me-up this time of year more than gardeners. Trust me, they are all itching to get their hands back into the soil.