Little traces of Fallis’ heyday remain. The old community center is littered with dirty clothes and glass shards from its broken windows. Boarded-up and abandoned buildings outnumber homes still inhabited. Yet, 27 Oklahomans remain in this tiny town.
Lotsee Spradling lives in Lotsee, Oklahoma, a ranch that became an incorporated township in 1963, with a population of two people, according to the 2010 census. While the town, which is named after Spradling, once served as a public pool and campground for residents of the surrounding areas,...
Tucked away in southern Oklahoma, an inconspicuous cow town called Sugden has at least two claims to fame: the parakeets its residents bred and sold and Tommy Elliot, self-proclaimed record-holding mule rider.
For the last three years, schools in the Oklahoma City district have been participating in the Take Your Child to School Day, organized by TRUE Dads Oklahoma. Fathers, stepfathers, uncles and other men are invited to bring their student to school and have breakfast with them in the cafeteria.
By Jessica Allison, Staff Writer | Published: Thu, Aug 14, 2014
Oklahoma fiddle player Byron Berline has played with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Elton John and Bill Monroe. But he said twice-monthly shows at his Guthrie fiddle shop and music hall are now his favorites.
By Paris Burris, Staff Writer | Updated: Sun, Aug 10, 2014
A local resident is shocked by what happened to her after buying meat from a door-to-door salesman for Rancher’s Pride this summer outside of her Midwest City home. Other local complaints about meat sellers in the Oklahoma City metro area show she’s not alone.