“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.
For Brian Chambers, life after deployment is a struggle in some ways. “I was a special missions aviator in the Air Force for eight years. We were everywhere — Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa — and I was lucky; I didn’t sustain serious injury physically, but I do have some issues mentally. It’s hard to explain, but…
Three men stealing cattle in Tishomingo found themselves accused of committing 200 felonies.
A cocktail class kicks off at Ludivine, Oklahoma food is promoted in Germany, Marc Dunham leaves Francis Tuttle’s culinary school, a new restaurant opens in the airport and Carne Diem heats guests up on Friday.
Meth addicts have expanded their illegal activities to include cattle rustling.
Rep. Casey Murdock filed a bill to further penalize cattle thieves.
Watonga Wine and Cheese Festival happens this weekend.
It’s just not natural. Don McGehee, who owns D&H Farms, said the farm will soon celebrate its 100th anniversary. This year, the cake’s candles won’t light, the hired clown is passed out and all the metal foil balloons are flat. Most of his crop is gone or can’t be sold. Around 200 plum trees and…
Police recently found stolen ATVs and tractors and illegal taxidermy at Triple S Ranch and Resort in Hughes County.
Brenda Beaty walks with Tinker. Photo by Mark Hancock “I was screaming for him,” said Beaty. “I was crying.” Beaty searched for him at a nearby shelter and at Home Depot, one of the original holding facilities for lost animals. No sign of Tinker. As minutes passed, hope of finding the dachshund-beagle mix was fading.…