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A beautiful nightmare
STILLWATER, Okla. – There are plenty of reasons people choose to plant Bradford pear trees on their property. They are the same reasons cities, parks, grocery stores and neighborhoods line roadways with them.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Drought is everyone's concern
STILLWATER, Okla. – It is unlikely a wheat producer living in rural Oklahoma and an accountant comfortably settled in one of the state’s urban centers will view drought in the same way.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Containers add a touch of whimsy to your gardening efforts
STILLWATER, Okla. – Gardens are a wonderful addition to any home. Dressing up the landscape certainly adds to the curb appeal when flower beds are filled with a colorful assortment of perennials, annuals, shrubs and even vegetables.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Another drought? Well, maybe.
Say the word drought and for some people it immediately conjures up images of long, hot summers or, for others, it may trigger reminders of the brutal 1930s Dust Bowl. However, the hard, uncomfortable truth is Oklahoma is always a few weeks away from being at the mercy of this weather phenomenon and the potentially devastating impacts it can leave in its wake.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Small flock biosecurity important to protect against avian influenza
STILLWATER, Okla. – The highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak that became the largest animal health emergency in U.S. history may have subsided, but vigilance is still needed.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Extension’s co-parenting outreach is all about children
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service’s co-parenting program isn’t new – it’s been around for more than 20 years – yet it continues to deliver fresh reserves of resilience and hope to divorcing and separated couples who remain committed to working together to raise their children.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Research on Oklahoma paddlefish going swimmingly
STILLWATER, Okla. – It looks like a dinosaur. It has the body composition of a shark. Its Pinocchio-nose is about a third the length of its body. It’s a filter-feeding, migratory monster of freshwater. And, if you hook one, hold on because it will give you the fight of your life.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
One family’s farm story
As hard as it might be to imagine, 75-year-old Ruelle Kinslow’s current Kingfisher County address is the only one he’s ever known.
Located in Users / leilana.mckindra@okstate.edu
OHCE members take losing seriously
There are a number of women in Cleveland County who are a bunch of losers – and they are perfectly happy with that.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
4-H scholarship helps put Young on path to success
STILLWATER, Okla. – When Haskell Young joined the Oklahoma 4-H Program back in the 1940s, he had no idea what direction that decision would take him.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017

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