Mindfulness and Aging

September 11, 2018

Story provided by Aging Advocates Balancing the demands that caregivers find themselves in is precarious as they are pulled between raising their own children, leading their own lives, and helping aging family or friends. Statistics […]

Should you skip the starter house?

September 10, 2018

Story provided by Outbound Engine and Sharyl Pickens, Metro First Realty Gone are the days when a three-bedroom, two-bath starter home was the norm for first-time homebuyers. Today, many buyers are skipping that stage altogether […]

Healthy Tailgate

September 7, 2018

Story by Melinda Caldwell, TSET Healthy Living Program Coordinator Football season in Cowboy Country is in full swing, which means individuals from around the state and country will be visiting Stillwater for the unique game […]

New ‘Added Sugar’ Label Requirement for Packaged Foods

August 15, 2018

Story by Sarah Weiss, TSET Healthy Living Program Prevention Specialist On May 20, 2016, the FDA announced new nutrition labeling requirements for packaged foods. One of the most controversial additions regards added sugars, which will […]

Shop Cats

August 14, 2018

Story by Roger Moore While making a summertime purchase – a Honda Scooter – discussions with the salesmen revolved around all things summer, including baseball, high school football, tennis, and the heat, when, without introduction, […]

Aging Advocates

August 12, 2018

Story provided by Aging Advocates Advocate—one that pleads a cause of another; one that supports or promotes the interests of another. Aging Advocates, a group of area businesses and agencies in the Payne County area […]

Real Estate Agents Are Advocates When Buying New Construction

August 11, 2018

Many homebuyers think they don’t need to hire an agent when building a new home. After all, you’re buying directly from the builder and they already have contractors, lenders and inspectors — why should someone […]

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