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Show 0542

A-maze-ing

A-maze-ing

Wheat may be the state’s leading agriculturally grown product, but 10 acres of corn located near Hydro, Oklahoma is producing a lot for one farm family. P Bar Farms is home to a giant corn maze that caters to local schools and tourists by showcasing farm life and agritainment.

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Interview with Ed Barlow

Interview with Ed Barlow

Futurist Ed Barlow talks about global trade and the factors that will affect the U.S. economy.

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New Hope

New Hope

William Key Correctional Facility in Fort Supply is one of the sites that provides training and education behind prison walls through Oklahoma’s CareerTech Skills Centers system. For many young inmates, who often lack skills and education, finding and keeping a job upon release from prison is difficult. That road often leads back to prison. Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor awarded to CareerTech Skills Centers, young inmates may have a new chance for freedom.

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Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Patch

The Grider Farm south of Perkins allows grade school students and families to pick their own pumpkin and a chance to see how pumpkins are grown.

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Road To Work

Road To Work

With today’s volatile gas prices, Ardmore residents know that $8 a week will get them to and from work, even if they live 20 miles away with Road-To-Work, a reliable source of public transportation.

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