Past Stories

15 posts tagged with "heide-brandes"

A Higher Form of Forensics

October 2014 Issue
A Higher Form of Forensics
Cleaning up crime scenes isn't just a job for the Joneses, it's a way to bring peace to those suffering from tragedy.

The Vintage Doll

February 2014 Issue
The Vintage Doll
Mimi LaRue has embraced the vintage pinup style, and shares it with the world through her Facebook page!

Dancing Fire Ferrets

February 2014 Issue
Dancing Fire Ferrets
A family that flames together, stays together.

12 Is Enough

December 2013 Issue
12 Is Enough
The Babbs have 12 children.
Yes, an even dozen, a full house, a good mix, a large brood, a small herd.

Pet Food Pantry

December 2013 Issue
Pet Food Pantry
A local organization is reaching out to help pet owners in need.

Reason to Believe Ranch

November 2013 Issue
Reason to Believe Ranch
Reason to Believe Therapeutic Riding Center is changing the lives of at-risk children & teens, developmentally-disabled adults, and troubled young women.

Tactical Protection at Home

November 2013 Issue
Tactical Protection at Home
If anyone is ever crazy enough to break into Matthew Moulton’s home, they will find themselves facing not only a man with weapons training and tactical expertise in his blood, but a wife and a gaggle of kids who are also more than trained in self-protection.

Summer Reading List

June 2013 Issue
Summer Reading List
The long sunny days of summer are approaching, and whether you are headed to the beach or lounging at home, Oklahoma has a host of authors that can fill your summer reading list.

Preppers

April 2013 Issue
Preppers
KW of Edmond is more likely to survive the end of the world than 90% of the population.

Cowboy Up

March 2013 Issue
Cowboy Up
Glen McEntire walks into the Edmond coffee shop like John Wayne, grins through his white, trimmed beard and immediately starts talking guns.

The Mushroom Lady

March 2013 Issue
The Mushroom Lady
Envision a mushroom farm and the image of a dark container full of chocolate-colored dirt with bulbous, spongy mushrooms popping out with their bright white caps and frilly gills comes to mind.

Why Edmond?

March 2013 Issue
Why Edmond?
Four families share their stories of why they chose to live in Edmond

ART: Edmond Poet Rediscovers Love of Words

February 2013 Issue
ART: Edmond Poet Rediscovers Love of Words
Candace Liger nearly gave up on poetry.
Although the cadence and rhythm of words has danced through her blood for most of her life, Liger’s affair with poetry has all the signs of a rocky relationship. Poetry has brought her joy, has comforted her in times of need, has disappointed and angered her and, at one point, it betrayed her.

Love that Lasts

February 2013 Issue
Love that Lasts
Seventy-odd years ago at a church youth meeting in Hugo, Oklahoma, a girl fell in love.

ARTS: Her Throne Was Magic

January 2013 Issue
ARTS: Her Throne Was Magic
The light filters down through the trees in a golden glow, bathing the young queen on her throne with luminosity as she holds court in the grass to an adoring crowd of stuffed animals.