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OSU’s James Trapp riding into the sunset after 41 years of public service

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – The new year will be bringing more than its normal share of change when Oklahoma State University’s James Trapp retires in January after 41 years of public service, the last 11 years as associate director of the statewide Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.
Keep your pets safe during winter weather

STILLWATER, Okla. – For those pet owners whose pets spend a good deal of time romping in the back yard or passing the time in a patch of sunshine on the deck, the arrival of winter may be a rude awakening for those furry friends.
Gragg honored for dedication to horticulture industry

STILLWATER, Okla. – Viewers may not see him on screen very often, but Kevin Gragg has been an integral part of the popular television program Oklahoma Gardening for more than two decades.
S-wheat Thanksgiving delights

This week, a familiar scene will be playing out in homes across the nation with families gathering around elaborate spreads to give thanks.
New program will help train farmers market managers

STILLWATER, Okla. – The popularity of local farmers markets is increasing around the state, and Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension is partnering with the Oklahoma Small Business Development Center to offer training for market managers.
Oklahoma Foundation Seed Stocks opens new complex

STILLWATER, Okla. – People may not know Oklahoma Foundation Seed Stocks by name, but anyone who enjoys munching on a sandwich or baking a cake benefits from its important work.
Breeding season collides with hunting season for deer

STILLWATER, Okla. – Testosterone poisoning. That is a simple way to explain the rut of white-tailed deer.

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