Article Photos: Drought challenged Christmas tree farmers, but there are still live Oklahoma-grown trees
Chad and Joy Barnes, of Oklahoma City, with their son, Evan, 3, and daughter, Adelyn, 17 months, search for a Christmas tree at Sorghum Mill Christmas Tree and Blackberry Farm on N Midwest Boulevard, north of Coffee Creek.
Drought challenged Christmas tree farmers, but there are still live Oklahoma-grown trees
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