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Norman Farmer's Market, summer produce in this file photo from 8-3-2011.  mh

Farmers markets connect growers and consumers for the freshest local produce

“We have consumers that have a desire to be involved in their community or at least to know their community,” said Meriruth Cohenour, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry agritourism coordinator.


Kickin’ Route 66: Hit the road this fall to learn more about state, American history

We also selected this roundup of fun and unusual roadside attractions, eateries, venues, museums and more that will pique any day-tripper’s curiosity while learning more about our state history and the highway that connects America.

In cars

His frustration stems from TV coverage of the EF3 tornado that swept through sections of Central Oklahoma on May 31. That’s when Morgan urged viewers who couldn’t get underground to a shelter to “leave south Oklahoma City and go south. Do it right now.” A little later, Morgan repeated that a tornado warning was in

Still lovin’ and learnin’

It was early 1972 when 13-year-old Tanya Tucker headed for Nashville to cut her very first record. By spring, “Delta Dawn” was a hit on every radio station in America. “I was in Las Vegas when I heard ‘Delta Dawn’ and myself on the radio for the first time,” Tucker said. “It was the beginning

More than a fan

Thousands of kids grew up singing Boston rock classics “More Than a Feeling” and “Peace of Mind” into a hairbrush in front of the bathroom mirror. Tommy DeCarlo is the only one to go from fan to front man of the legendary Beantown export. “Back when I was a teenager, my friends and I would

Quaker state

However, they ended up documenting the state’s biggest earthquake in recorded history. “We didn’t know we were going to go out to record a main shock,” said Holland, a seismologist for the Oklahoma Geological Survey. The surprise of having such a large quake in Oklahoma, considered geologically stable by most, has not been lost on

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