One of the most exciting things about life is that it often points us in surprising and unexpected directions, often leading to self discovery…
Getting to and maintaining a healthy weight is no easy task, as most people who have tried to lose weight know.
Pyrotek Precision Machining, here in Tulsa, is better serving its customers around the world because of its highly trained and experienced mac…
It’s a big idea. In an era when journalism is changing dramatically, creation of Oklahoma’s first-ever statewide student journalism program fo…
When the Tulsa Philharmonic went out of business, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra was formed with one goal in mind: to bring music into the community.
At 13, Nicole Ellison was removed from her home by child protective services following repeated physical and emotional abuse. Her mother was a…
Christmas is creeping ever closer, and with it comes the exciting prospect of spending time with family, friends and loved ones. The Christmas…
Recycling is easy for Tulsa residents and it is important to know how the City of Tulsa residential curbside recycling works and what items yo…
Braum’s An Affair of the Heart provides shoppers with a unique opportunity to browse hundreds of retailers (about 450 to be exact) from across…
After 35 years of service with the Oklahoma National Guard, retired Colonel John Altebaumer discovered he wasn’t really cut out for retirement.
On the day he left his brick-and-mortar school and came to EPIC Charter Schools in 2012, “Thomas” was stabbed in the arm with a pencil after h…
By combining the flexibility of an online educational model with the benefits of a brick-and-mortar schoolhouse, EPIC Charter School’s Blended…
Bart Banfield begins his day at 5 a.m. He takes time to “sharpen his saw” by reading books, listening to podcasts and doing other things that enrich his personal development. “I am feeding myself so I can feed others,” he said. And by all accounts, that’s exactly what the new superintendent of EPIC Charter Schools does
The sounds of the Tulsa Opera house will include the buzz of the drill and the thud of a hammer this summer. It’s not a contemporary opera abo…
Griffin Massey has known he wanted to be a dancer since he was six years old. After starting ballet when he was seven, this Tulsa-area EPIC Charter School student developed a singleness of purpose that led him all the way to being accepted to The Juilliard School in New York City
Every second matters when you are having a stroke. For every minute the brain is without oxygen up to two million brain cells can die.
Sapulpa junior high teacher Darius Todd is hopeful about the future. His focus on the future is about the careers that will be available to Oklahoma youth in coming years.
For some educators, it may be time to consider a break from the traditional teaching model. This is where EPIC Charter Schools comes in with better pay, greater flexibility and higher job satisfaction.
Since 1997, the zoo has supported more than 360 conservation projects for creatures of all sizes and from all locales, ranging from the American burying beetle and monarch butterfly to the rhinoceros and Asian elephant.
Find out more about the most common cancer: types, signs, procedural advancements, and ways to prevent or reduce the risk factors.
For the past 25 years, the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board has completed nearly 17,000 restorations across Oklahoma at no cost to landowners thanks to voluntary contributions from Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas industry.
For many Oklahomans, their land is their passion, livelihood and home. This is the very reason why Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas industry, through the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board, has made it its mission to clean up orphaned and abandoned well sites by removing bygone remnants of past energy-production.
A federal employee lost everything in a tornado, but gained a tax problem in the process. He found a local relief from Travis W. Watkins Tax Resolution & Accounting Firm
Immerse yourself in the aquatic world at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks. Spend your day exploring creatures from Ozark streams and Oklahoma waterways to ocean vistas.
Small town pride is alive and well in Ringwood, Oklahoma. Just ask one of its most devoted residents, Oscar Melendez.
Plan this year's outdoor spring cleaning list by adding these important tasks to your list.
Travis Watkins reveals 7 surprising ways to avoid hiring his tax resolution and accounting firm.
Whether a loved one, neighbor or acquaintance, cancer is so prevalent that everyone likely knows someone who's been diagnosed.
Are you at an elevated risk of cancer? Find out how to lower your risk with some simple lifestyle changes.
Native Tulsan Miranda Dunham is using her talents, drive and opportunities to create the life of her dreams.
Here are some highlights in innovative treatments by Dr. Daniel Nader, chief of staff at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Tulsa.
Elaine Barber believes sharing everything is what helped her survive and thrive. It’s not just a mantra she uses but one she found was a reality in Tulsa at Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
After a cancer diagnosis, your focus should be on the best path forward, not on misconceptions that can cause more stress. Don't fall for these 12 myths about cancer.
Thanks to generous volunteers and donors, Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa helped Johnnetta Mills hold on to her ideal way of life and, ultimately, her literal life.
Sapulpa junior high teacher Darius Todd is hopeful about the future.
They include not believing everything you read on the internet and there is a new screening that can catch lung cancer in its earliest stages.