This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we’ll look at local food in our neighborhood schools and find out who is lurking deep in the Kiamichi Mountains.
The Farm to School program connects local farmers with neighborhood schools to serve nutritional school meals.
For more than four decades, Blue & Gold Sausage Co. has been giving student organizations a way to raise money.
Metro Career Academy’s farmers market is closing the gap between people who grow food and those who eat it.
Value Added: One-on-one, hands-on learning is one of the most effective ways to teach, and the programs at Metro Career Academy do just that.
The American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown has an entire evolution of the banjo.
Does a furry creature known as Bigfoot lurk deep in the Kiamichi Mountains of southeast Oklahoma?
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at energy, earthquakes and our economy.
Oklahoma’s energy industry is vital to the state’s economy.
Value Added: An unprecedented partnership with the Osage Nation is bringing jobs to Oklahomans, both tribal members and others.
Value Added: A CareerTech program provides wind tower technician training to meet industry needs.
Oklahoma is topping the charts for the most seismic activity in the nation, and many people are pointing fingers at the oil and gas industry.
Oil rig drilling crews, who work long hours outside in all types of weather, have a very taxing job that pays well.
Economist Jason Brown says growing natural gas production is lowering the cost of electricity.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine the growing concern over educational outcomes in Oklahoma.
Education outcomes are under scrutiny, and educators and stakeholders are calling for change in Oklahoma’s public school system.
Leaders behind a public education project say they hope to increase community involvement in the classroom.
Value Added: More from the leaders behind a public education project geared toward increasing community involvement in the classroom.
One-on-one, hands-on learning is one of the most effective ways to teach, and the programs at Metro Career Academy do just that.
Coal mining is big money for many small communities in southeastern Oklahoma.