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Pawnee, Oklahoma is small. Really small.  I remember driving through town for the first time.  I was scared to pause at a stoplight for too long or my standard vehicle would stall and I would obviously die from humiliation.   575 more words


It's about time.

Lo here.

Y’all are (always) due for something sappy, so here it goes.

What’s funny about the last title I chose for this page is that I was faking it. 419 more words

Agriculture Policy News: supplemental coverage option (SCO) for winter wheat

Agriculture Policy News is written by Dr. Jody Campiche, OSU Extension Economist. You can find more of her newsletters at http://agecon.okstate.edu/agpolicy/index.asp?type=newsletters

The new Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO), available through the federal crop insurance program, will be available for corn, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, soybeans, spring barley, spring wheat, and winter wheat in selected counties for the 2015 crop year. 1,690 more words


A Visit from the Cowboys

At Ubuntu Youth, our love for Oklahoma State University runs deep. All three of the Ubuntu Youth directors are graduates of or students at Oklahoma State, and university grads and professors are some of OSU’s biggest supporters. 344 more words


So, Who Am I?

Hello there! My name is Tashina Morgan and I am from Edmond, Oklahoma. I am an Elementary Education student at Oklahoma State University who just so happens to be taking a semester off to live and teach in China. 358 more words


Wideman Family

One of my favorite things to do is to give M families portrait sessions before they go back overseas. (Or before I go back to the States!) It’s such a fun way for me to bless others with my work. 18 more words

Stillwater Photographer

Naija Gists – Ahead FIFA U-20 Women World Cup: Dike aims for victory

Falconets two goals act Courtney Dike, says she is confident the team will put up a good performance during the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup starting in Canada next week. 251 more words