PAYNE COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES—providing for needs that cannot be filled alone

December 8, 2017

Story by Sally Finnegan According to the National Conference of State Legislature, “Youth age 12 to 17 are more at risk of homelessness than adults.” For the greater Stillwater community, that’s where Payne County Youth […]

Building a Brighter Future

December 8, 2017

Story by Lauren Schatz, images provided by ModernBlox “We started as an idea,” said Swapneel Deshpande (Neel), cofounder of ModernBlox, an entrepreneurial company that creates custom-built residential and commercial buildings out of shipping containers. The […]

The Legacy of Dean Mac

December 7, 2017

Story by Roger Moore, Image courtesy of Stillwater History Museum Photo Collection We do not always pay much attention to the names of the roads, streets, avenues, and highways we drive on. A sudden jolt […]

Roasted Turkey Cranberry Grilled Cheese

December 5, 2017

Story and images provided by Karyl Henry, KarylsKulinaryKrusade.com Every year I pledge to myself that I won’t go overboard between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. And then every January my clothes are just a little bit […]

The Pioneer Pantry Provides More Than Food

December 4, 2017

Story and image provided by Kira Frisby, Stillwater Schools’ Nurse Stillwater Public Schools’ Pioneer Pantry is a “pantry” where students can get items that they need. There are often times that students either don’t come […]

Tiny Paws makes Christmas “Meowy” for Community Kittens

December 3, 2017

“It’s a lot like Christmas here all the time,” says Holly Chapples, founder and director of Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue. “We are surrounded by innocent babies and it’s all about giving, coming together in a […]

Makeover Masterpiece

December 2, 2017

Story and images provided by LaRitz Salon & Spa 2017 has been an amazing year of makeovers. At LaRitz Salon & Spa, we are fortunate enough to create big transformations every day. For December, we […]

Be a Tourist in Your Own Community in a Winter Wonderland

December 1, 2017

Story and images provided by Visit Stillwater EDITOR’S UPDATE: Due to unseasonably warm weather, Stillwater’s Winter Wonderland opening has been been postponed until December 1, 2017. Last year we launched the series “Be a Tourist […]

From the Editor (December 2017)

November 30, 2017

by Ammie Bryant, Editor Like many of you, my family is counting our blessings as we move into this season of gratitude and giving. Those blessings include a roof over our heads, food in our […]

Volunteers Needed for Hospice

November 26, 2017

Story submitted by Karman Legacy Hospice Do you think of hospice work as too serious? Is death a topic too taboo? But, what if you had the opportunity to bring some joy into someone’s life? […]

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