Stillwater Makes a Change Week

March 30, 2016

by Joshua Taylor, Stillwater High School Teacher I am a teacher at Stillwater High School. I know that many people get anxious when they see a group of high school students, and when thinking about […]

Theta Pond’s Not So Beautiful Beginnings

March 28, 2016

by Ammie Bryant, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Google “beautiful spots in Stillwater,” and chances are Theta Pond will top the list of search results.  Many visitors to the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History […]

Neopolitan Sausage

March 3, 2016

by John Lindsay, 1907 Meat Company It’s 4-H season and, if you’re like me, you’re making room in your deep freezer for a pig (or three) and trying to decide what to do with all […]

The Settlers Call this place the Town of Stillwater

February 5, 2016

by Ammie Bryant, Director  of Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History There are many different stories and legends about how Stillwater got its name.   Some people say that Native American Indians in the area called the nearby […]

Leather vs. Fabric Upholstery: Which one is right for you?

December 28, 2015

by Robyn Davies, Furniture Showcase For most people, second only to a mattress, their most important furniture purchase is a sofa. This month, we wanted to address one of our most frequently asked questions when […]

Finding Strength in the Middle of Chaos

December 28, 2015

by Sarah Little The day started off with a buzz… Homecoming! Oklahoma State University’s and Stillwater’s greatest tradition. They were still a buzz from the previous night’s activities—the elaborate displays at Walkaround, Coach Ford’s sick […]

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