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Native American Impact
Oklahoma tribal nations are community partners helping to grow a strong economy through workforce, business and quality of life.
STEM: Real World Application
Stillwater Middle School teachers are planting the STEM seeds of interest in their students.
Native American Impact
Oklahoma tribal nations are community partners helping to grow a strong economy through workforce, business and quality of life.
Highway Safety
Eastern Oklahoma Tech Center’s Big Rig Rescue taught teams how to deal with the special challenges of a wrecked commercial truck.
PleasureTown
Nearly a century ago radio shows were replaced by television, but audio shows are making a comeback online through podcast recordings.
Lovera’s Cheese Goodness
Since 1907, Lovera’s has brought its distinct Italian flavors from the mountains of Piemonte to the plains of Oklahoma.
A Helping Hand
Western Tech’s Shelby Luna runs P-Willy’s Place of Grace, which provides food, clothing and other supplies to students in need.
The Golden Ticket
Thousands of children and adults have experienced the magic and excitement of the Eastern Flyer Polar Express in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Ag: A Down Year
Farmers and ranchers each harness the soil and the rain to feed a hungry world, but this year grains and livestock prices are under a lot of pressure.
World Leader in Aviation Plastics
Vantage Plane Plastics in Alva, Okla., is the world’s leader in after-market general aviation interior and exterior plastics.
SOARing Higher
Breaking the cycle of addiction is one of the goals of the Southern Oklahoma Addiction Recovery program in Ada, Oklahoma.
SOAR - Alternative to Incarceration
Value Added: SOAR provides a work program alternative to incarceration for nonviolent drug and alcohol offenders.
Virgil Jurgensmeyer - Ag Outstanding Achievement
Virgil Jurgensmeyer, owner of J-M Farms Inc., became interested in food safety as a young boy while helping his mother can vegetables.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1717
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we examine how those who serve in the military transition back into civilian life.
American Soldier
The military trains relentlessly to take raw young men and women and craft them into focused, driven soldiers.
Soldiers: After the Boots
Soldiers adapt to and overcome many obstacles, but none is more daunting than the civilian world awaiting them at the end of their tours of duty.
Help Wanted: Hire Vets
Employers need employees who show up on time, work effectively and efficiently and get along with others – all qualities of military veterans.
DECA: Helping Infants in Need
A group of Oklahoma high school students drew inspiration from Pinterest for a class project to find a way to help less fortunate people.
World of Printing
Digital printing presses are a game changer in the printing world as they allow completion of small and even single-run jobs.
Head Start into Medical Careers
Students at Pontotoc Technology Center are starting off their medical studies while still in high school.
Working & Living Abroad
Matt Padgett was a medical student until he found his international interest, which pushed his education in a new direction.
SkillsUSA Construction Employers
Value Added: Construction workers serve as judges for the SkillsUSA construction contests.
Downsize to a Tiny Home
Tiny houses are gaining in popularity as first-time homebuyers are looking for affordability and existing homeowners are looking to scale down.
High Flying Enid
Enid has a rich aviation legacy from Clyde Cessna to Vance Air Force Base -- and Aircraft Structures International, which has found an industry niche.
Ed Davis - Modern Policing
Law enforcement has changed over the years; police officers are now targets of attack as they work to serve and protect communities.
Lovera’s Cheeses
Since 1907, Lovera’s has brought its distinct Italian flavors from the mountains of Piemonte to the plains of Oklahoma.
Virgil Jurgensmeyer - Ag Outstanding Achievement
Virgil Jurgensmeyer, owner of J-M Farms Inc., became interested in food safety as a young boy while helping his mother can vegetables.
Brooms & Badges
Western Technology Center students and law enforcement officials work together to break down communication barriers.
Grad to Optometrist
An international student struggling with English says Metro Tech biomedical science teachers and the rigorous program prepared her for success.
Mental Health Impacts Law Enforcement
Police officers must use handcuffs, leg irons and helmets to transport mentally ill people to treatment facilities, often heightening their anxiety.