Building Businesses through Collaboration, Connection, and Community

August 9, 2018

Story by Ammie Bryant “Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.” -Amy Poehler Christy Koeberle grew up in California, […]

Band of Eagles: Honoring a Legacy of Music, Service, and Leadership

August 6, 2018

Story by Ammie Bryant Jared Croston’s family has a long history with BSA. His grandfather, granduncles, father, and uncles were all Boy Scouts. Now, Croston is following in those footsteps. He’s a Life Scout with […]

Stillwater Youths qualify for Ninja Warrior National Competition

July 5, 2018

Correction: We were recently notified about a correction to the name of one of the athletes. The correct name is Lillian Jeffery not Lilly Pastor. We have made the correction in the article posted below. […]

Oh Say Can You See: BSA Troop 822 provides flag service for 16 years.

July 3, 2018

Story by Ammie Bryant, Photos by Jefferson Bryant “A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.” Not long after the sun rose on this past Memorial Day, […]

Safety First, Last, and Always

June 12, 2018

Story and photography by Jefferson Bryant Traditionally, Oklahoma has supported the Second Amendment, which it seems is constantly in the news, with both sides being pitted against each other. The problem with this is that […]

SPS Students Shine at State and National PTA Reflections Competition

May 10, 2018

The National PTA Reflections® program is a nation-wide fine arts competition open to students from pre-K to 12th grade, and encourages students to create and submit original works in several major arts categories including: visual […]

10 Cent Sodas and a Story or Two

May 10, 2018

Roberson entertained many for 50-plus years at Ewing Electric By Roger Moore There was not a big news bulletin announcing the passing of Winston Douglas Roberson. The New York Times did not run an obituary. […]

8 Great Gifts for Him this Valentine’s Day

February 7, 2018

By Jefferson Bryant I will let you in on a little secret about shopping for men—the key is to get him something he can use or something he wouldn’t normally spend the money on for […]

Author speaks about chronicle of little known WWII heroine

February 5, 2018

Story by Ammie Bryant, images provided by Anne Nelson “Everyone said she was a soviet spy,” Lucie ‘Pilette’ Spaak said in one of 3 dozen interviews with Anne Nelson about her mother, Suzanne Spaak. Anne […]

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