What better way to "reel" in the new year than by finding a great fishing spot? New Oklahoma Fishing Trail signs going up around the state will help make it even easier for anglers to find the state’s top fishing destinations.

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For true sons of the South, Ty Seidule’s new book “Robert E. Lee and Me: A Southerner’s Reckoning with the Myth of the Lost Cause” (St. Martin’s Press, 2021) may be a hard pill to swallow. I am not making this claim lightly. My own great-grandfather, like so many of his generation, was named…

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Autumn Chapman, co-owner of The Tracks in Fort Gibson, talks about different items available for breakfast and lunch.

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Wesley So of the United States won the Opera Euro Rapid Chess Tournament this past Valentine’s Day after two weeks of competition. So defeated the World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen in the Finals, winning one game and drawing the rest. This week’s position is from So’s decisive game against…

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Now that this part of the country has gotten above the sub-zero temperatures, early spring gardening activities soon will kick into action. While this area isn’t known for producing pineapples or oranges, gardeners can produce tasty strawberries.

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Dr. Jennifer Rudd is a veterinarian, researcher, and boarded microbiologist at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. She teaches infectious diseases to veterinary students and is active in SARS-CoV-2 research.

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Bridgette Craine is a certified nursing assistant at the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center and talks about why she got into the medical field.

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