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Construction Careers Pay Above Average
Value Added: SkillsUSA helped Gordon Cooper Technology Center student Kelsey Hunter find her passion in the construction field.
Gary Kirk - Heart of an Ag Teacher
Ag teachers dedicate their lives to the education of their students both inside and outside the classroom.
Ag Teachers Make a Difference
Value Added: Ag teachers empower students to believe in themselves, set goals and follow their dreams.
Not Just a Job
Turning an ordinary job into a valuable life lesson that employees will treasure for a lifetime is what Jeff Madison strives to achieve.
Maker Education
Maker education camps conducted by CareerTech allow students and teachers the chance to think, build and learn.
MOOC: Delivering Knowledge
Massive open online courses, available worldwide to anyone, are changing the way education is delivered.
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.
Senior Circle Health Care
Alliance Health Clinton, a rural hospital, focuses on prevention by teaching senior citizens how to live active lifestyles.
Round House: Oklahoma’s Oldest Manufacturer
Round House Manufacturing opened in 1903 to make overalls for the railroad workers who repaired steam locomotives in two round houses.
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.
Eric Coogle: True Grit
Cerebral palsy may stop Eric Coogle leading a normal life, but his larger than life personality has affected and blessed an entire community.
OKC Bombing: Picking Up the Pieces
Family members whose lives were forever changed by the Oklahoma City bombing share their journeys of picking up the pieces and moving forward.
Drought Busting Rains Affect Agriculture
Nowhere were recent rains more appreciated than in long drought-stricken western Oklahoma.
Mental Health Affects Law Enforcement
Police officers must use handcuffs, leg irons and helmets to transport mentally ill people to treatment facilities, often heightening their anxiety.
OKC Bombing: Picking Up the Pieces
Family members whose lives were forever changed by the Oklahoma City bombing share their journeys of picking up the pieces and moving forward.
Oklahoma-Made Movies Boost Economy
Oklahoma filmmakers are encouraged by Oklahoma taxpayers and politicians who care about the arts and the revenue it generates.
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.
Heart of an Ag Teacher
Value Added: Ag teachers dedicate their lives to the education of their students both inside and outside the classroom.
Conservation’s Shift to Quality
Anywhere you stand is a watershed, and anything you do in it can get back to a body of water used to slake the public thirst.
SkillsUSA Construction Employers
Construction workers serve as judges for the SkillsUSA construction contests.
Construction Careers Pay Above Average
SkillsUSA helped Gordon Cooper Technology Center student Kelcy Hunter find her passion in the construction field.
Eric Coogle: True Grit
Cerebral palsy may stop Eric Coogle leading a normal life, but his larger than life personality has affected and blessed an entire community.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1328
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine the surprising controversy over America’s food policy.
The Endurance Challenge
Farmers suffer hardships as extreme weather conditions affect the wheat harvest in western Oklahoma.