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Pedestrians Can Be Wrong

July 20, 2011

By Tracy Steffenson

We have always been told that “Pedestrians always have the right of way,” well contrary to popular belief this is not true, according to Oklahoma statue.

4th Annual Oklahoma Organic Workshop and Field Day

July 20, 2011

The 2011 Oklahoma Organic Workshop and Field Day is scheduled for Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at the Lane Agricultural Center at Lane in Atoka County. The event is sponsored by the OSU Wes Watkins Agricultural Research and Extension Center, USDA-ARS Wes Watkins Agricultural Research Laboratory, Oklahoma SARE program, Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture and the Pushmataha and Atoka County Extension Offices.

Look Mom, I got a medal! Rethinking the self esteem movement

July 14, 2011

By Tracy Steffenson

Has anyone really taken the time to look around lately and see what we are all doing to our children, well you not me as I have no kids. When your child competes in, lets say, an olympics type of scenario and comes home with a double gold medal something is wrong.

I'M OUT! Done With Political Correctness

July 6, 2011

By Tracy Steffenson

I would like to time travel back to the late 80’s for a moment. When I was a kid, and got tired of playing a game everyone else was playing, all I would have to say is “I’m out!” and they would all leave me alone. Well I would like to try this for all the people who yell racist at the drop of a hat, “ I AM OUT!”

Troopers jail 119 drunken drivers over the 4th.

July 6, 2011

By OHP

Troopers with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol had a busy 4th of July weekend
resulting in 475 motorist assists, as well as investigating 199 collisions
(28 alcohol related), issuing 751 speed citations, 547 safety belt
citations, and jailing 119 drivers for Driving Under the Influence.

While the preliminary numbers add up to 5 fatalities, and 1 drowning, it
does look like an overall reduction from 2010 whem authorities reported 10
traffic related deaths, and zero drownings.

"It was an exrtremely HOT holiday-weekend, and our Troopers stayed super

False chinch bug threat may target sorghum, soybean fields

July 6, 2011

By OSU Extension Services

The battle with false chinch bugs in canola may be over, but these pests thrive in drought conditions and are not above targeting additional crops, such as those raised by Oklahoma sorghum and soybean growers.

These insects typically feed on plants in the mustard and beet family, but when their preferred foods dry up because of plant maturity or having been sprayed with a burndown before planting in no-till operations, the pests leave in search of other tasty treats.

Thoughts on the "Me" Generation

June 29, 2011

By Tracy Steffenson

I absolutely hate the fact that we've become a country where all that matters is "me" and "now." America was once a country where people worked together to form a society which looked out for each other while pulling their own weights, like ants; instead we have become a society of individuals, a society of wolves.

Drought to have multi-year effect on rebuilding of the U.S. cow herd

June 29, 2011

By OSU Extension Services

Ongoing drought conditions in the southern Great Plains states make it increasingly likely the rebuilding of the United States’ cow herd will take four years or more.

For the year to date, beef cow slaughter decreased 4.4 percent nationally while beef cow slaughter in Region 6, which closely corresponds to the drought area, increased 11.7 percent.

Oklahoma Blood Institute and the OKC Zoo Team Up to Help Patients “Feel Strong”

June 22, 2011

 
Blood donors aren’t the only ones who “feel strong” when they donate with Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI). Patients who rely on blood from local donors also feel strong knowing blood is available, if needed.
 
The Oklahoma City Zoo has, once again, joined OBI this summer by providing a voucher, good for two tickets to the Oklahoma City Zoo, for each donor.
 

Chainsaw safety important as tornado cleanup begins

June 22, 2011

By OSU Extension Services
 
Many Oklahomans are now faced with a massive cleanup job as several tornados recently ripped through the state. The storms left much destruction in their wakes, including houses, cars and trees.
 
Property owners are now forced to bust out the chainsaw and begin carving away.
 
However, proper preparation is necessary to ensure that the chainsaw does not mistake an arm or leg for a fallen tree. Not just the preparation of the saw is important, but also personal preparation of the saw handler.
 

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