TSET sets bold agenda to combat Tobacco use

December 8, 2018

Story provided by TSET Healthy Living Program Tobacco use is the leading cause of illness and preventable death in Oklahoma. Every year, Smoking kills more people than alcohol, AIDS, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders, and […]

CASA Volunteer of the Month for December 2018

November 30, 2018

Story and photo provided by CASA for Kids for Payne and Logan Counties CASA’s December Volunteer of the Month is Becky Szlichta. Born and raised in Stillwater, Becky has worked many years for the Stillwater […]

Former Stillwater teacher inspires donations that benefit Payne county readers

November 17, 2018

Story and photo provided by the Stillwater Public Library Stillwater Public Library has received a donation of 24 book club kits through a memorial from friends and family of Julia Koerner, who died July 22, […]

Meridian Tech Students Serve as State Officers

November 15, 2018

Story and photos provided by Meridian Technology Center The state president of Business Professionals of America — an organization that includes 6,000 members in Oklahoma alone — almost didn’t run for office. Brandon Connor, a […]

Building a Resilient Payne County

October 10, 2018

By Carolynn MacAllister The Stillwater Community has launched a Resilience Coalition called Resilient Payne County after the showing of the documentary ”Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope” on Apr. 4, 2017, at the OSU Student Union Theater. This documentary started […]

Caring for the Caregiver – Stillwater Style

October 6, 2018

Story Provided by Payne County Aging Advocates Stillwater and the surrounding community are bustling these days! So many people call this area home due to the friendly, fun, and supportive atmosphere. One growing subset of […]

Meridian Technology Center Digital Media Students Win Awards

September 5, 2018

Media Release School may have not been in session, but this summer was still an exciting time for Meridian Technology Center students. Five Digital Media students took home prizes at state and national competitions. High […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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