Votes are in for the 2017 "Best of OKL!" See which local favorites are taking home the esteemed title.
Lake Region Electric Cooperative member preserves cemeteries across Oklahoma.
Learn the powerful story of a wounded, restored hero.
Oklahoma’s electric cooperatives bring power to remote villages in Bolivia.
If one of your new year’s resolutions is to be healthier, to lose weight or to become more financially stable, meal planning can help.
This month, Oklahoma Living staff members share some of the recipes that have become part of their families’ traditions over the years.
Pie is often thought of as an all-American dessert. But did you know pie existed long before America did?
Pumpkin is a versatile ingredient that can be used in both savory and sweet recipes. This fall, think beyond pie when baking with pumpkin.
Find a taste of Germany in Waynoka, Okla.
If smells trigger memories, the Butcher BBQ Stand in Wellston, Okla., is a sure shot for hungry travelers to make a trip unforgettable.
Kendall’s Restaurant serves up Oklahoma favorites and celebrates family traditions in Noble, Okla.
Marty Hall is passionate about making customers feel at home with his specialty onion burgers.
Brennon and his puppy, Sammy, love having fun in the first snow of the year. Submitted by Shurae Bensch, member of Cimarron Electric Cooperative.
Daisy loves kisses from her Madi. Submitted by Madison Folsom, member of East Central Oklahoma Electric Cooperative.
Clay asks Emily to marry him and sweetens the deal with Baker. Submitted by Kay Tangner.
Guiness loves going to the fire station with his owner, Zack. Submitted by Steve and Kim Perry, members of East Central Oklahoma Electric Cooperative.
Enter your photos for next month's theme, "Daytime Adventures," by Jan. 10!
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. Enjoy the winners of the 2016 contest!
Whether it’s her gooey cinnamon rolls, her savory chicken pot pie or her perfectly fluffy chocolate cake, we all have a recipe that mom makes the best. We’d love you to share your favorite recipe from mom with us as part of OKL’s “Mom’s Best Recipe” contest.
I pray that everyone had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year. With the holidays behind us, we are preparing for an exciting new year. We are aware of some challenges ahead of us, but there are other ones we have yet to recognize. Nonetheless, we will face them head on this year with determination and persistence.
Native plants are those found naturally occurring in a particular area. They are acclimated to its climate, insects, diseases and changing weather patterns. Many of the shrubs offered at garden centers originate from Asia.
Do you have leftover seeds from your spring planting? In an Oklahoma vegetable garden, fall is often a better and longer season than spring. Days grow shorter, and nights are cooler giving plants a respite from the heat.