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A Familiar Haunting Melody
Value Added: Meet a family of Comanche flute players who are, in many ways, responsible for preserving an important tradition of Native Americans.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1434
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, foreign diseases make it to the States, and one Oklahoman is framing history.
Tea with a Twist
A glass of Tea’s Perfect Blend with its special sauce is a refreshing drink you will definitely want refills of.
Flying W Guest Ranch
A stay at the Flying W Guest Ranch can be a truly historical experience. It offers guests not only Old West opportunities, but also a look at a real ...
Oklahoma Moment - Deep Deuce
Oklahoma has a rich heritage in music and culture.
Civil War Reenactment - Battle of Middle Boggy
Oklahoma students get a glimpse into the life of Civil War-era Oklahoma as re-enactors recreate the Battle of Middle Boggy Creek.
Gene Autry Museum - Oklahoma Film and Music
Gene Autry may have been born a Texan and may have sung his way to Hollywood, but his heart and his name will always be in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1651
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at a very real problem in Oklahoma: hunger and food insecurity.
The Golden Ticket
Thousands of children and adults have experienced the magic and excitement of the Eastern Flyer Polar Express in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1723
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we visit the Jim Thorpe Museum and the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
Oklahoma’s Greatest Athlete
Jim Thorpe was a football standout, a major league baseball player, winner of two Olympic gold medals and a national ballroom dancing champion.
Play to Win, but Have Fun!
Kids are inspired to work hard and give their all to achieve success, like the Oklahoma legacies highlighted at the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1704
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we meet the newest generation of trailblazers and see how they’re finding opportunity in a global economy.
Working & Living Abroad
Matt Padgett was a medical student until he found his international interest, which pushed his education in a new direction.
Richard Moore - Passion Abroad
Richard Moore oversees Water4’s grassroots programs in Africa, training entrepreneurs to drill water wells to change their communities.
Edith Chenault - Estonia Life
After retiring from higher education in the United States, Edith Chenault moved to Estonia, where she now teaches.
Gettysburg of the West
The Battle of Honey Springs, Oklahoma’s largest Civil War engagement, was won by black soldiers, many from the Creek Nation.
Kari Barber - Endangered Legacy
All-black towns in Oklahoma and America, which thrived after the Civil War, are an endangered legacy missing from many history books.
Bob Blackburn - Preserving Black History
The Coltrane Group and Oklahoma History Center want to revitalize the 13 all-black towns left from the more than 50 that once existed in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1706
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we visit the historic all-black town of Rentiesville to see its new lease on life after decades of disrepair.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1718
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at small town downtowns and the people helping revive them.
Ree Drummond - Pioneer Woman
National celebrity Ree Drummond is helping Pawhuska, Oklahoma, to grow – one purchase at a time at her Pioneer Woman Mercantile.
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.
Becky McCray - Rural Revitalization
Rural revitalization expert Becky McCray shares how towns can keep Main Street viable.
Becky McCray - CareerTech Presentation
Value Added: Rural revitalization expert Becky McCray shares how towns can bring their Main Streets back to life.
Variety on the Farm
The looming crisis in farm country is due to fewer young people engaging in agricultural activities.
Checkered Past of Horsethief Canyon
Oklahoma’s western heritage provides historic destinations like Horsethief Canyon in Perkins, where people can learn about a piece of our history.
Ingredients Right for Colorful Fall Foliage
Cool nights and abundant rainfall have made the drive on the Talimena National Scenic Byway one of spectacular beauty this year.
Variety on the Farm
The looming crisis in farm country is due to fewer young people engaging in agricultural activities.
Buffalo Auction
The bison industry is emerging as a viable economic market in Oklahoma.