Equine therapy treatment programs aids veterans in Oklahoma
Explore the signature foods that are unique to the Sooner State
Students have rich educational opportunities at community colleges in Oklahoma
Kenny Family Farm in Woodward offers fun pastimes for all ages
This month’s recipes were all prepared by kids who love to bake—ranging in age from 5 to 11.
Pack up these delights easily for a picnic in the park—just throw them in the cooler with some ice and enjoy!
Vibrant, sweet and earthy, beets are a gift to Oklahomans during early summer months.
Traditionally made with basil, pesto can be made with almost any edible green leaf or herb. Paired with whatever nuts or seeds and cheeses you have on hand, you can create your own version of pesto in minutes.
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.
A lesson every college student should learn
The SKIE (Supporting K20 Innovative Educators) Award celebrates educators or teams of educators across the state who have demonstrated the ability to link student learning with the innovative use of technology and the K20 IDEALS. Oklahoma’s electric cooperatives are a proud sponsor of this award.
Local electric cooperatives chose 72 students to represent Oklahoma on this year’s Youth Tour experience to Washington, D.C.
The Cooperative Communicators Association recently awarded your statewide publication 11 national awards. Congratulations to Oklahoma Living’s loyal contributors and staff for the dedication and excellence they put toward your OKL!
This pup is having fun in the sun! Submitted by Rylee ODell, member of Oklahoma Electric Cooperative.
“Does my hair look okay?” Submitted by Nicky Macias, member of Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative.
“Just another day at the farm!” Submitted by Emma Glasgow, member of Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative.
It’s that time of year: school has officially started in most communities throughout Oklahoma. Parents – and teachers – anxiously look forward to welcoming the start of each new school year, always with the promise of new learning opportunities for children of all ages. It’s a special time of year, filled with new beginnings for students, teachers, parents, even grandparents.
The cooperative business model is strong in this blessed nation we call home, but its positive impact also transcends international borders. From its inception in the 1930s, the rural electric cooperative program has proven itself valuable.
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.
Daylilies are one of the most forgiving perennials blooming in a hot Oklahoma summer.