This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at hovering parents, healthy eating and games in the mud.
It’s a tricky line to find, to be engaged with our children and their lives, but not so enmeshed that we lose perspective on what they need.
Mud University is a fun, unique and memorable event in which kids complete a series of obstacles or challenges on a generally muddy course.
A flesh-detecting saw jams the blade when fingers are near – stopping it instantly and protecting users from being cut.
The Oklahoma Cherokee Nation is focusing on healthy eating habits for children through its “Learn to Grow” program.
When you learn to cook healthy, you learn to eat healthy, and that’s what one Oklahoma family and consumer sciences class is doing.
The Horse Tales Literacy Project at Turning Point Ranch in Stillwater, Okla., is a unique program that inspires children to read.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we focus on Oklahoma’s transportation infrastructure.
The Oklahoma Academy suggests solutions to improve the state’s transportation infrastructure.
Oklahoma’s motor fuel tax has not proved adequate to fund the maintenance of safe roads and bridges.
First Capital Trolley in Guthrie, Okla., strives to be a leader in providing transportation services in rural areas.
One solution to Oklahoma’s underfunded public transportation infrastructure is toll roads – the pay-as-you-go system.
Eastern Oklahoma County Tech Center’s automotive technology students are preparing to defend their national engine rebuilding championship title.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine why college graduates struggle to find jobs.
Job seekers need some type of technical certification and secondary or postsecondary degrees to establish careers.
Value Added: Oklahoma’s business sector is strong, but worker credentials are not, which has created a skills gap for employers trying to fill jobs.
Value Added: Acquiring skills certifications can help job seekers find employment.
Snap-On Inc. CEO Nick Pinchuk says ideas and hard work must go together if we are to be successful.
Value Added: Nick Pinchuk, CEO of Snap-On Inc., believes technology education could determine the future of companies like his – and the American economy.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we’ll take you on a tour of Oklahoma’s burgeoning wine industry and look at prospects for farmers in a drier climate.