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Native Roots Legacy
Cherokee Data Solutions continues to thrive under the reins of founder Pamela Bickford’s family members, along with services provided by OBAN.
Passion Drives Educators
New teachers share challenges they face this academic year and why they remain passionate about what they do.
STEM Brings Communities Together
The Oklahoma State Chamber and Oklahoma Works sponsored STEM workshops in Stillwater to get community input on advancing STEM education for important careers.
Workforce Training Begins in Pre-K
Teachers and caregiver trainees in the early care and education program at Canadian Valley Tech Center believe preschoolers learn by doing.
Creative Minds
Value Added: Creative minds are essential to success in nearly every facet of life, including the workplace.
ROAR: Developmental Surveillance
Value Added: Physicians at OU Children’s Hospital are making reading part of children’s routine wellness checkups to assess their intellectual development.
Native Roots Legacy
Cherokee Data Solutions continues to thrive under the reins of founder Pamela Bickford’s family members, along with services provided by OBAN.
Newell Coach: Highway Star
Newell Coach builds custom motor homes from the ground up for clientele who want to get around in style no matter the cost.
Next Big Blockbuster
Director James Cullen Bressack shot the film “If Looks Could Kill” in Stillwater because of Oklahoma’s cash rebate incentive program.
Quality Is Freshness
Miller Pecan Co. is one of a few U.S. growers that handle pecans from planting, grafting and harvesting to cleaning, shelling and selling.
Power of Music
Gathan Graham’s music can bring joy to a broken heart and speak peace to a troubled soul.
Oklahoma’s Tough Economy
If policymakers can leverage the resources they have, economists say it could be a turning point for the state’s economy.
Aerospace Impact in Oklahoma City
Aerospace manufacturing, engineering, education and maintenance all play a big role in employing thousands of Oklahomans.
Breaking the Cycle of Crime
The Cedar Canyon Adventure Program is a residential group home for adjudicated adolescent males hoping to improve their quality of life.
Hal Clark - Ag Environmental Stewardship
Hal Clark has spent a lifetime raising cattle in the wide-open spaces and bitter extremes of our state’s panhandle.
Art in Agriculture
Agricultural art projects are a success at Lindsay Elementary School – helping students to find their artistic passion.
ROC: Reaching Our City
A group in northwest Oklahoma City is working to help people strengthen themselves, their families and their communities.
Tech Center Credentials
Canadian Valley Tech Signing Day marks a new beginning for students whose certifications will garner them real career results.
Coach in the Classroom
Southern Tech’s carpentry and construction instructor Robby Adams provides his student builders with real-world experience.
Retro Gamers Society
The Retro Gamers Society formed in 2010 to allow fans of classic video games to come together and celebrate their hobby.
Rural Physician Shortage
A growing number of FFA members are trading in their blue jackets for white lab coats later in life in hopes of curing the rural doctor shortage.
Richard Moore - Passion Abroad
Richard Moore oversees Water4’s grassroots programs in Africa, training entrepreneurs to drill water wells to change their communities.
Terry Owen - Construction Skills
Terry Owen credits skills learned in SkillsUSA at Francis Tuttle Tech for his business successes and gives back by judging SkillsUSA competitions.
Free Haircuts Boost Confidence
Tulsa Tech Center barber and cosmetology students team up with local barbers each year to give free haircuts to children.
Enid Medical Hub
St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center provides top-quality health care services to northwestern Oklahoma.
Police: Community Involvement
The Oklahoma City Police Department invests time, money in Metro Tech’s pre-law enforcement program to train officers in community relations.
CyberPatriots: Securing Networks
Central Tech’s CyberPatriot team qualifies for the CyberPatriot National Finals Competition for the third year.
Mercantile Impacts Local Economy
The Pioneer Woman Mercantile’s opening shifted Pawhuska’s economic tide, and other merchants have jumped on board to keep the tide rising.
Single Mom Overcomes Odds
Mandii Brower turned the darkest days of her life into an inspiring story of sacrifice and transformation.
Hal Clark - Ag Environmental Stewardship
Hal Clark has spent a lifetime raising cattle in the wide-open spaces and bitter extremes of our state’s panhandle.