Clean water is essential to a healthy existence. Without it, crops would shrivel, disease would spread and everything would die. For people in many parts of the world, that scenario is closer to reality than many realize.
Bridge Over Clean Water
Dec. 26, 2012 - Oklahoma Gazette
This weekend while you’re carving pumpkins and stocking up on treats, the Central Oklahoma Humane Society suggests you add “adopt a pet” to your Halloween to-do list.
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If you didn’t get enough treats for Halloween, the World Bodybuilding & Fitness Federation will provide plenty of eye candy at the Southwest U.S. Championship this Saturday.
How would you describe blue to a blind person? How would you describe Chihuly glass or downtown’s Crystal Bridge? If you’re at a loss, Daniel Brookshire suggests using textures or objects.
Pump It Up
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Who'll Let The Pets Out?
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Let The Games Begin
Oct. 3, 2012 - Oklahoma Gazette
Imagine you’re sick. Your chest feels like a dinosaur stepped on it. Your eyes are itchy and red. Your nose is inflated and runny. No matter how crappy you feel, however, you can’t call in sick. People are counting on you to show up. After all, you’re an elephant at the Oklahoma City Zoo, but you can’t fit into the exam room.
It’s been nearly two months since the cupping of the Olympic torch in London. The athletes, spectators and media have long since migrated back to their home countries. The Olympic spirit has gone cold for many, but competition is just heating up for those participating in the Oklahoma Senior State Games.
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Woofness On Wheels
O.W.L. Summer Camp
Dec. 26, 2012 - The Oklahoma Gazette
Calling all 10-speed, mountain, roadster, tricycle, fixed-gear, BMX, and tandem bike riders: Your lanes soon will be open in Edmond.
Edmond Bike Lanes
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Oklahoma State University student research teams are designing and building unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) that might someday be used in everything from agriculture to disaster relief and rescue operations.
To label them as merely weather drones is almost insulting.
July 3, 2013 - Oklahoma Gazette
The NPR affiliate KOSU will soon call Film Row in downtown OKC home thanks, in part, to public interest in radio.
“Today the majority of our listeners and donors live in Oklahoma City,” said KOSU Director, Kelly Burley. “There’s a definite need for a permanent presence here.”
On the Radio
April 17, 2013 - Oklahoma Gazette
Many of us take our arms and legs for granted until we injure one. We ache and moan — inconvenienced and frustrated — until it heals, and then we promptly forget again how much we rely on our extremities.
Amputees don’t have that luxury.
To raise awareness and support for Oklahoma amputees, Limbs for Life and Oklahoma City’s Veterans Affairs Medical Center have combined two respective annual gatherings, the Blaze 5K and the Welcome Home Celebration, into one big event.
Aug. 21, 2013 - Oklahoma Gazette
Mooseville Marketing Is A Moose Tyler Project
It’s got a catchy name and options out the wazoo, and it’s popping up on every corner. There’s no denying that frozen yogurt — or froyo, as it’s commonly referred to — is in, and no one seems to do it better than Oklahoma City-based Orange Leaf, now with nine metro-area stores.
Orange You Glad?
Aug. 28, 2013 - Oklahoma Gazette