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DAVE: Okay Today

April 2015 Issue
DAVE: Okay Today
Taking life one day at a time

LOUISE: The Other Louise

April 2015 Issue
LOUISE: The Other Louise
Louise fondly remembers her aunt who shared the same name

FOOD: Gadgets are Kitchen Genius

April 2015 Issue
FOOD: Gadgets are Kitchen Genius
Laura explores kitchen stores and her own drawers for the best kitchen gadgets

APRIL BUSINESS: Nelson Lawn Care & Landscaping

April 2015 Issue
APRIL BUSINESS: Nelson Lawn Care & Landscaping
Nelson Lawn Care & Landscaping got its start the old fashioned way—with a young man offering to mow yards in a local neighborhood to make some money.

APRIL BUSINESS: Hill & Company

April 2015 Issue
APRIL BUSINESS: Hill & Company
Oklahoma’s unpredictable weather guarantees two things every year: sweltering heat and bone-chilling cold. As the state’s unpredictable spring season arrives, it’s critical to make sure that your home or business is equipped with a reliable heating and air conditioning unit.

APRIL BUSINESS: Chapel Hill United Methodist Church

April 2015 Issue
APRIL BUSINESS: Chapel Hill United Methodist Church
“It’s been said that nobody walks out of church service humming the sermon,” said minister, Kristopher Tate. Although he knows he has preached important and powerful sermons—he acknowledges that his church, Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, has a special gift for reaching people through music.

The Tiny House We Built

March 2015 Issue
The Tiny House We Built
Local couple finds joy in learning to live with less

Word on the Street

March 2015 Issue
Word on the Street
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh addresses female street harassment through her public art

Backyard Bees

March 2015 Issue
Backyard Bees
Suzanne Govett and others shares the beauty of beekeeping

Laugh, Think and Cry

March 2015 Issue
Laugh, Think and Cry
Twin siblings inspire each other after the loss of their parents

A Dream for Sunbeam

March 2015 Issue
A Dream for Sunbeam
Sunbeam Family Services has big plans for the future

Posthuman Success

March 2015 Issue
Posthuman Success
This Oklahoma-filmed movie is gaining success by appealing to families

Discovering Dino

March 2015 Issue
Discovering Dino
An Oklahoma native finds a lifetime of work in his ability to connect with celebrities

My Outlook: Pastor Pete Balaban, School Bus Driver

March 2015 Issue
My Outlook: Pastor Pete Balaban, School Bus Driver
My Outlook: Pastor Pete Balaban, School Bus Driver

DAVE: A Hobby that Goes Crunch

March 2015 Issue
DAVE: A Hobby that Goes Crunch
Dave is obsessed with a new hobby—eating healthy

LOUISE: Friends in Far Places

March 2015 Issue
LOUISE: Friends in Far Places
Lousie and her girlfriends gather for a weekend to reconnect

FOOD: Breaking Bread

March 2015 Issue
FOOD: Breaking Bread
Local pastors share their Easter traditions

BUSINESS: Journey Quilt Company

March 2015 Issue
BUSINESS: Journey Quilt Company
Trish Maxwell of Journey Quilt Company is a combination of quilter, artist and storyteller.

BUSINESS: Coffee Creek Church

March 2015 Issue
BUSINESS: Coffee Creek Church
For Coffee Creek Church, Easter Sunday is the prelude to a service project that will provide 15,000 meals to hungry children.

How We Met

February 2015 Issue
How We Met
Four couples who met in unique ways share their love stories